Federal Circuit Warns Google To Actively Monitor Departing Employees For Potential Causes Of Action

The departure of a key employee can be a stressful time for many employers, especially when that employee had access to the employer’s trade secret or confidential information. Continue reading »

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An Impenetrable Thicket of Copyright

The Ninth Circuit’s Garcia v. Google, Inc. case is the latest newsworthy event triggered by “Innocence of Muslims,” the infamous low-budget movie whose release led to protests around the world and the deadly attack on the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi, Libya in September 2012. The decision could have serious implications for copyright law, particularly with respect to filmmaking. Continue reading »

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“Caruso’s Dream” Lights up Ninth Street

Artists (and GKHS clients) Brian Goggin and Dorka Keehn recently unveiled a new monumental work entitled “And My Room Still Rocks Like a Boat on the Sea (Caruso’s Dream).”

Caruso’s Dream is a site-specific artwork commissioned by Avalon Bay, the developers of a 17-story apartment complex on Ninth Street, between Market and Mission in San Francisco.

GKHS is proud to have represented Goggin and Keehn on this project, and we look forward to whatever comes next for these talented individuals. Continue reading »

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What’s Next in Uber Litigation?

As technology continues to shape the Commercial Transportation Industry, we can expect to see a rise in personal injury litigation involving “private ride­-sharing services.” Discussed are three recent lawsuits that highlight innovative liability arguments against Uber Technologies, Inc. Continue reading »

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