Hogan Lovells has hired privacy partner Nicola Fulford from Kemp Little in London. She will join the firm’s privacy and cybersecurity practice. Fulford has secondments and
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Google updated its search algorithms, now favoring website that are mobile-friendly. The change will affect the rankings of almost half of the UK's top 100 firms, that have not adequately developed their websites to be
Amazon.com Inc is one of the last internet giants to appoint a top privacy counsel - hiring Nuala O’Connor as vice president and for the newly created role of associate general counsel, compliance and
Google, the largest search engine in the world found itself on the defensive last week when Oracle one of the biggest business software development companies sued Google over alleged patent infringements regarding its
The European Court of Justice has sided with Google in a case concerning trademarks and AdWords. The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that Google is entitled to sell search ads for trademarked terms even if
Google’s chief legal officer David Drummond will receive a $1.73 million discretionary bonus this year, on top of a base salary of $500,000.
Google’s plan to digitize books through its ambitious ‘Library Project’, has hit a new roadblock with Indian publishers accusing the internet giant of copyright violations. The Indian Reprographic Rights
There’s a battle about to break out on your computer screen. On the third floor of West’s sprawling corporate headquarters outside Minneapolis, a veritable army of professionals has been working for nearly five years
A Los Angeles law firm representing a software maker in a federal-court piracy case against the Chinese government may have been targeted in an apparent China-based cyber-attack that led Google Inc. to threaten this week
Habush Habush & Rottier, one of Wisconsin's largest law firms, is suing Cannon, Patrick Dunphy and their law firm in Milwaukee County Circuit Court alleging that Cannon paid for the keywords "Habush" and "Rottier," in
Google has announced it is adding a new search function that will find full-text legal opinions from federal and state courts. Users can go to the Google Scholar online search engine and type in case names, topics or
Istanbul's tax department has fined Google 71m Turkish lira over the Internet giant's non-payment of profit taxes, Turkish media report. Google says it is not liable for the taxes as it manages its Turkish operations
Internet giant Google India has filed an appeal against the interim order of the Single Judge Bench which stayed them from hosting defamatory blogs about Dr. Ashwin B. Mehta, one of India's foremost cardiologists.