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Eric Goldman

Eric Goldman

Law professor, Santa Clara University School of Law
The New U.K. Online Gambling Law: Cyberlaw 3.0 – or a Return to Cyberlaw 2.0? (Guest Blog Post) -
Food Flavor Can’t Be Trademarked (Even If The Baked Ziti Is Delicious)–NY Pizzeria v. Syal (Forbes Cross-Post) -
Have You Ever Seen A Ballot For The U.S. News IP Specialty Ranking? Here It Is… -
Congress Is Considering A New Federal Trade Secret Law. Why? (Forbes Cross-Post) -
New: Do We Need a New Federal Trade Secret Law? -
Lisa Goldman Welcome To Breathe Ride at the Bay Club Santa Clara -
Lisa Goldman Welcome To Breathe Ride at the Bay Club Santa Clara
Q3 2014 Quick Links, Part 2 (Content Regulation) -
Call for Papers/Participation, 5th Annual Internet Law Work-in-Progress Conference, SCU, March 7, 2015 -
Q3 2014 Quick Links, Part 1 (RTBF, Reviews, IP & More) -
A Seismic Ruling On Pre-1972 Sound Recordings and State Copyright Law–Flo & Eddie v. Sirius XM Radio (Guest Blog Post) -
Guerrera's Automotive Service (2/5) -
"For the past few years, I've alternated between Guerrera's and Asian Auto Clinic for servicing my '99 Honda CR-V. I've never fully loved either, which is why I kept flip-flopping. I really wanted…" - Eric Goldman
Congress May Crack Down On Businesses’ Efforts To Ban Consumer Reviews (Forbes Cross-Post) -
Trademark Owners Just Can’t Win Keyword Advertising Cases–EarthCam v. OxBlue -
Jointly Editable Online Document Doesn’t Provide Evidence of Contract Formation–Turner v. Temptu -
The GOOGLE Mark Isn’t Generic–Elliott v. Google (Forbes Cross-Post) -
LiveJournal Wins 512(c) Safe Harbor Ruling For Celebrity Gossip Blog–Mavrix v. LiveJournal -
Urban Outfitters’ Kent State T-Shirt Was Offensive But Probably Legal (Guest Blog Post) -
Texas Supreme Court Limits Reach of Pre-suit Discovery (Guest Blog Post) -
Blog Post: Section 230 Applies to Amazon Book Reviews–Joseph v Amazon
Whip Lung Cancer for Lisa Goldman -
Whip Lung Cancer for Lisa Goldman
An exceptionally well-curated list: @verge "These six lawsuits shaped the internet" by @ssttrroouudd
REVISION: Featuring People in Ads (2014 Edition) -
Blog Post: What’s a Browsewrap? The 9th Circuit Sure Doesn’t Know–Nguyen v. Barnes & Noble
Blog Post: Announcing the 2d Edition of 'Advertising & Marketing Law: Cases and Materials' by @rtushnet & Goldman
Forbes Post: Online Marketplaces Facilitating Gun Sales Don't Kill People. People Kill People
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