Eric Estavillo (who previously sued Twitch) has filed a “pro se” lawsuit against Twitter. He’s asking for $88 million in damages plus the termination of AOC and Ilhan Omar’s twitter accounts. Let’s review all the ways he gets the law wrong. Estavillo’s previous Twitch lawsuit:
A Delaware Judge has denied Atty L. Lin Wood “pro hac vice” representation in the Carter Page v. Oath Inc. lawsuit, citing Wood’s conduct in various baseless election lawsuits. Let’s review. Photo credit to: Gage Skidmore https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Lin_Wood_by_Gage_Skidmore.jpg https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en
Congress has just passed a new Omnibus Spending Bill which also snuck a new law making Illegal Streaming a FELONY. Let’s discuss.
An apiary supply catalog substituted their own product in place of a competitor’s but kept the description. Is this illegal removal of “copyright management information” that carries a minimum $2,500 penalty?