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Authors write the latest chapter in their ongoing saga with Amazon

The same group of authors, book publishers and booksellers that urged the Department of Justice (DOJ) to investigate Amazon for antitrust violations last summer recently voiced its support for Apple in its attempt to overturn the adverse verdict against it entered by a New York federal judge in connection with the DOJ’s civil prosecution of it for harming competition with—you guessed it—Amazon.

As we have previously discussed, the literary community has been at odds with Amazon in recent years; claiming that Amazon used its dominance of the e-book retail market to control the flow of information to the general …

Download our patent trolls e-book

Regardless of the size of your business or the industry you are in, antitrust laws should be on your radar. From technology to healthcare to manufacturing, competition is fierce. And the laws that regulate competition in nearly every industry seem to move with the same determination.

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Keeping up with the dot-anythings

Over at our sister blog, Technology Law Source, we’ve been working hard to keep our readers apprised of developments related to The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers’ (ICANN) new generic top-level domain (gTLD) program. This program, which is redefining the face of the Internet, is likely to impact any business — or, indeed, any entity — with a web presence. If you haven’t been able to keep up with the hundreds of gTLDs already delegated this year, download our e-book: Protecting Your Brand in a New gTLD World.

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