Sloppy Settlements: What Kim v. Tinder Means for Early Class Action Settlements

The Ninth Circuit’s disapproval of a pre-certification class settlement involving Tinder signals that early class action settlements are likely to face greater scrutiny.

Use Your Trademark From Day One: Social Technologies LLC v. Apple Inc.

After the recent trademark case, Social Technologies LLC v. Apple Inc., companies should use trademarks commercially if they lose their registration.

Are Mandatory Vaccinations Legal? Yes, Here’s Why

In Klaassen vs the Trustees of Indian University,  a preliminary injunction against vaccination mandates was denied. Here is why.

Email marketing in California: Beware of anti-spam laws

Email marketing is a core component of customer outreach but businesses in California need to take care not to run afoul of the state’s strict anti-spam laws.