Faruki Blog

Trademark Infringement: High Fashion v. Google

Remember the pre-internet, pre-Google days of counterfeit products? When street vendors peddled Caca-Cola sunglasses (only one vowel away from the.. Read More

Did Equifax Executives Commit Securities Fraud in the Wake of the Company's Historic Data Breach?

Two corporate executives at Equifax sold over 10,000 of their shares in the corporation just three days after Equifax discovered hackers accessed.. Read More

The Inverse Hearsay Exception

In a seminal public records exception case, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals held that, where proffered hearsay evidence is inadmissible under.. Read More

Can't Stop the Selfie

Justin Timberlake—singer, occasional actor, and creative gift giver—recently caught controversy when he posted a selfie of his vote to his.. Read More

Security is More Than Keeping Information Private

I am always counseling my clients to be careful in their use of the term "breach." (I call it the "B Word"). The reason for such caution is because.. Read More

Supreme Court of Ohio Holds that E-Meetings are Subject to the Open Meetings Act

On May 3, 2016, the Supreme Court of Ohio vastly expanded the definition of a "meeting" under Ohio's Open Meetings Act to include all prearranged.. Read More

Update on New York Giants Jason Pierre-Paul's Invasion of Privacy Lawsuit Against ESPN and Adam Schefter

Fireworks, football, the First Amendment and privacy have converged in a lawsuit filed by New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul against.. Read More