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News

  • May 2017: Mark D. Rasch, pre-eminent Cyber Legal Expert and Litigator, joins the Firm as Of Counsel.
  • March 2017: The Firm settles Web Scraping lawsuit defending Resultly, LLC, a Chicago Internet company, brought against it by QVC, Inc. in Federal Court in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. See the Press Release.
  • January 2017: Andrew Grosso lectures at the Health Ethics Trust Certified Compliance Program in Orlando, Florida.
  • October 2016: Andrew Grosso teaches at the Best Practices Forum for the Health Ethics Trust on the topic of the False Claims Act and Corporate Compliance.
  • September 2016: Andrew Grosso teaches at the Health Ethics Trust on the topic of Internal Investigations and Voluntary Disclosure Reports.
  • August 2016: The Federal Court in Manhattan, in the Southern District New York, issues an Opinion and Order imposing sanctions on the Plaintiff in a class action lawsuit filed against the Firm’s client, Paxfire, Inc. for destroying electronic evidence while it was still on her personal computer. (See Order and Opinion.).
  • August 2016: Andrew Grosso chairs a panel presentation at the ABA National Meeting, in San Francisco, on Civil and Criminal Cyber Litigation.
  • July 2016: Andrew Grosso teaches at the Certification Intensive Course for Senior Compliance Executives of the Health Ethics Trust, in Alexandria, Virginia, presenting on recent developments involving the False Claims Act.
  • June 2016: Andrew Grosso listed as Friend of Privacy by the Electronic Information Privacy Center.
  • April 2016: Andrew Grosso chairs panel on Encryption and the Law for the Federal Communications Bar Association in Washington, D.C.
  • February 2016: The Federal Court in Philadelphia, in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, issues a Memorandum and Order dismissing all common law claims, and two of five claims brought under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, in a lawsuit filed by QVC, Inc. against the Firm’s client, Resultly, LLC. (See Memorandum Opinion.)
  • November 2015: The Firm settles lawsuit brought on behalf of Jive Communications, Inc. against Communiclique, Inc., brought under the federal Anti-Cybersquatting Act in the Federal Court in the Eastern District of Virginia.