Tag Archives: facebook

Can Antitrust Control Amazon, Facebook, and Google?

Technology today exists in highly concentrated markets, dominated by a few industry titans. Most notable among these are Alphabet (the parent company of Google), Amazon, and Facebook. Consider a few statistics. In retail, Amazon sells virtually everything. Starting with books, … Continue reading

Posted in Antitrust Litigation, Business Litigation, Economics | Tagged , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Can Antitrust Control Amazon, Facebook, and Google?

How Social Media Can Land You in Court

With the nearly ubiquitous use of Facebook, twitter, and other social media, the use of postings on such sites has invited their use in both criminal and civil litigation. The danger from such posts is accentuated by the lack of … Continue reading

Posted in Litigation Tips, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , | Comments Off on How Social Media Can Land You in Court