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Leading Internet Case Law

Current Issue (October 2017)

Volume: 17 Issue: 5

About Leading Internet Case Law:

The bi-monthly case law publication providing expert analysis of key cases relating to the internet. Topics covered include intellectual property rights, copyright infringements, ISP liability, online advertising, distance selling regulations, privacy law, social networking, telecoms, and domain name disputes / read more

Leading Internet Case Law - The latest issue

Leading Internet Case Law is a bi-monthly publication providing analysis and commentary from leading experts on the most significant court cases impacting e-commerce and the internet around the world. The archives of the publication are a unique resource of digital jurisprudence. 

Volume 17 Issue 5 (September - October 2017) opens with analysis by Rohan Massey, Partner at Ropes & Gray LLP, of the European Court of Human Rights ruling in Bărbulescu v. Romania. In this case the Grand Chamber reversed a First Chamber decision, finding that the Romanian courts, in reviewing the decision of a private company to dismiss an employee after having monitored his communications on an online messaging service, failed to strike a fair balance between the employee’s right to respect for his private life and correspondence and his employer’s right to take measures in order to ensure the smooth running of the company.

A further highlight of the latest issue is an article from Michelle Cohen, Member at Ifrah PLLC, analysing the Meyer v. Uber Technologies Inc. case. The US Court of Appeals held that Uber’s terms of service containing an arbitration clause was reasonably conspicuous, as in this case Uber had previously asked the Lower Court to require plaintiff Spencer Meyer to arbitrate a dispute with Uber.

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