Faruki Blog

Ohio Supreme Court Rules Criminal Statute Requiring Disclosure of HIV Status Does Not Violate the First Amendment

In August, the Ohio Supreme Court decided an issue of first impression on the constitutionality of a statute proscribing a person who knows they are.. Read More

Faruki+ Attorneys Recognized as 2018 Ohio Super Lawyers

The 2018 edition of Super Lawyers Magazine has recognized several Faruki Ireland Cox Rhinehart & Dusing PLL (Faruki+) attorneys for their noteworthy.. Read More

Faruki’s Zach Heck Discusses Potential Impact of Net Neutrality Repeal

This Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission will vote on whether to repeal its 2015 net neutrality rules. The net neutrality rules require.. Read More

Post-Impression-ism: Avoiding the Patent Exhaustion Defense After Impression v. Lexmark

In a decision viewed as unfavorable to enforcement of patent rights, the Supreme Court in Impression Products v. Lexmark Int'l, 137 S. Ct. 1523.. Read More

Faruki's Zach Heck Discusses Online Shopping Safety For Cyber Monday (and Every Other Day Too)

"Cyber Monday is considered the biggest online shopping day of the year, with consumers spending literally billions of dollars through online.. Read More

November 2017 Website Newsletter

The Benchmark Litigation 2018 Guide once again ranked Faruki Ireland Cox Rhinehart & Dusing P.L.L. as one of Ohio's preeminent litigation firms,.. Read More

Do Employers Have a Duty To Protect Their Employees' Personal Information From Data Breaches?

According to the federal court in the Southern District of New York, the answer is a resounding yes.  In a putative class action filed on behalf of.. Read More

Celebrate Cybersecurity Month with a Data Governance Refresher

October is Cybersecurity Month, and a perfect time to refresh ourselves on the importance of good cybersecurity hygiene.  For the rest of October, my.. Read More

Jesner v. Arab Bank, PLC -- Supreme Court to Soon Consider Corporate Liability under the Alien Tort Statute

The U.S. Supreme Court will soon be taking a second crack at determining whether corporations can be liable under the Alien Tort Statute ("ATS"), 28.. Read More

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