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Since a number of people have emailed me seeking English translations of the various international rulings relating to whether eBay (or other online auction houses, of course) can be held liable when visitors sell counterfeit goods on its site, I thought I’d collect and post all the translations I have in one location. They might [...]
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eBay Rulings Relating to Counterfeiting
Image via WikipediaRoger Parloff has put on his website the English translations of the important eBay decisions from Europe."Since a number of people have emailed me seeking English translations of the various international rulings relating to whether eBay (or other online auction houses, of course) can be held liable when visitors sell counterfeit goods on its site, I thought I'd collect and post all the translations I have in one location...
eBay Ordered to Pay Counterfeiting Damages
In a first of its kind ruling in France, eBay, Inc. has been ordered to pay 20,000 Euros (approximately $30,000) in damages to Hermes, a French company that manufactures and distributes high-end luxury consumer goods...
"Tiffany appeals eBay counterfeiting decision"
"Tiffany appeals eBay counterfeiting decision": The Associated Press provides this report.
eBay, Vero and the Scientologists
Last February Scott Pilutik, an aggressively anti-religion blogger and lawyer, posted this excellent piece about the abuse by the Scientology cult of eBay’s VeRO program, which eBay waves around to show what it’s doing to combat counterfeiting on the Internet (though of course the courts have mainly relieved it of having to do much of [...
What Tiffany Spent to Combat Counterfeiting
According to Judge Sullivan in Tiffany (NJ) Inc. v. eBay (July 14, 2008),Notwithstanding the significance of the online counterfeiting problem, it is clear that Tiffany invested relatively modest resources to combat the problem...
eBay going PayPal only
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eBay is considering going “PayPal only” and is starting the policy in Australia in June. How do you suppose eBay users will react to this? I suspect not well. Not well at all...
French Court Sets Fine at $61 Million
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Class Action Settlement Preliminarily Approved
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eBay Inc. to pay MercExchange $30 million patent infringement settlement.