In the News and on the Web
- October 2016: Andrew Grosso to teach 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 to teach 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.
- June 2015: The Court issues a Memorandum and Order allowing the Firm to depose opposing counsel in the case of Feist v. Paxfire, Inc., in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. The Firm is defending Paxfire in a class action brought by Ms. Feist under the Electronic Communications Privacy Act and other causes of action, and has filed counterclaims against Ms. Feist for defamation. (See Memorandum and Order.)
- June 2015: The Firm files a lawsuit on behalf of Jive Communications, Inc. against Communiclique LLC in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, alleging among other claims a violation of the federal Anti CyberSquatting Act, contending that Communiclique breached a contract and otherwise redirected the domain name “speek.com” from the Speek website site after the purchase by Jive Communications of both the website and the domain name. (See the Complaint.)
- June 2015: Andrew Grosso listed as Friend of Privacy by the Electronic Information Privacy Center.
- March 2015: The Firm defeats a motion for preliminary injunction filed by QVC, Inc. against Resultly LLC, after an evidentiary hearing in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and files counterclaims against QVC seeking $25 million. (See Order denying preliminary injunction; See Press Release.)
- March 2015: Andrew Grosso chairs panel at the Washington Executive Course for Senior Compliance Executives of the Health Ethics Trust, in Alexandria, Virginia. On the panel were James Moody and Mark D. Rasch.