Carey Rodriguez attorneys allege that Major League Baseball and the San Francisco Giants are illegally sending robotic marketing text messages in an attempt to stay on their fans' minds as television ratings and game attendance plummet.
Carey Rodriguez attorneys have reached a settlement in principle on behalf of Illinois Residents to resolve their claims that photo-sharing service Shutterfly stored their biometric data from its facial-recognition technology without their consent.
David Levine and Ekaterina Schoenefeld were named the new Vice Chairs of the International Ethics Committee. Heading a well attended panel at the Fall Meeting of the International Section in Miami, Alexandra Darraby, Co Chair, joined by David and Ekaterina, led an interactive roundtable on ABA Model Rules, ethics, technology, and the dark web, WhatsApp, Snapchat, YikYak, email and “traditional” social media platforms of Facebook, Twitter, and Pintrest.
The South American Football Confederation, CONMEBOL, has been dismissed from an antitrust case brought against it and other defendants in the US District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
Law360 reports on a motion to dismiss filed on behalf of CRMG client CONMEBOL.
A Chicago federal judge has denied Google's motion to dismiss in a case brought against it by CRMG.
The Miami Herald asked twelve Florida CEOs what advice they would give to entrepreneurs seeking new business ventures in Cuba.
Daily Business Review discusses the legal aspects that US firms will need to consider as trade between the US and Cuba becomes normalized.