Next on CLBR: Silicon Beach and Lawyers Behaving Badly

Featuring Popehat’s Ken White and DigitalLA’s Kevin Winston. NEWS Federal Court Opens ADA Floodgates to Streaming Video Content A Massachusetts federal judge has held that streaming video is subject to Americans with Disabilities Act in rejecting Neftlix motion to dismiss claim by National Association of Deaf that failing to close caption streaming video violates the…

Today on CLBR (Segment 1): 30 Songs for $675,000

Legal legend Charles Nesson – the founder of Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society – and lawyer for Joel Tenenbaum speaks about the RIAA’s pursuit of $675,000 in damages for downloading 30 songs and the Supreme Court’s refusal to intervene. Dossier   Case Overview   Professor Nesson Petition for Cert   RIAA Brief on…

Washington Watch: Patent Reform, Privacy and Copyright Enforcement

WASHINGTON WATCH Patent Reform, Privacy and Copyright Enforcement Congress Approves Patent Reform With Bank Bailout Provision Patent Reform legislation that would change patent approvals from a first to invent to a first to file standard and create a procedure for a post grant review process to challenge bad patents has been sent from Congress to…