Tsan Abrahamson

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Name: Tsan Abrahamson
Date registered: December 4, 2013

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  1. Hello world! — June 28, 2020
  2. Hello world! — May 13, 2020
  3. Hello world! — May 13, 2020
  4. Michael Traynor Publications — January 26, 2014
  5. Has the Privacy World Gone Crazy, or is California Just the land of Nuts and Flakes? Two New Privacy Laws Test the Legal Framework and Patience of Californians. — October 8, 2013

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Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start writing!

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Michael Traynor Publications and Selected Speeches Jurisdiction, Choice of Law, Judgments, and International Law The Corruption Defense to Recognition of a Foreign Judgment, 34 U. Pa. J. Int’l L. 755 (2013). Foreign Judgments: Is “System Fairness” Sufficient or Is “Specific Fairness” Also Required for Recognition and Enforcement? , 10 Publicist (Winter 2012) (with Geoffrey C. …

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The California legislature has been busy, some might say spending California tax dollars on frivolous new laws that are muddied with ambiguity, unnecessarily over-burdensome, potentially violative of the First Amendment, and not likely to amount to significant consumer protection. Two new privacy laws, scheduled to take effect in 2014 and 2015 are likely to pose challenges for website owners, and – for at least one — face challenges in the courts.

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Last week, Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Mike Jeffries admitted he didn’t make A&F clothes in larger sizes. His reasoning: beautiful – read thin – people attract other beautiful people to wear A&F’s clothing; and unattractive – read fat – people detract from his stores. Then came the immediate firestorm of fury on social media sites …

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Last week, Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Mike Jeffries admitted he didn’t make A&F clothes in larger sizes. His reasoning: beautiful – read thin – people attract other beautiful people to wear A&F’s clothing; and unattractive – read fat – people detract from his stores. Then came the immediate firestorm of fury on social media sites …

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Since its release in March, 2013, “.com Disclosures” is the new hot read among ad law geeks and insomniacs, but it should be on the desk of every mobile and digital marketing executive in America. The FTC is taking the hard line when it comes to disclosures on electronic and tiny screens, and failure to …

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Nike sued competitor Already (dba Yums) in New York federal court for infringement of its registered trade dress in the super popular Air Force 1 footwear, an example of which is shown above. Yums filed counterclaims for declaratory relief that there was no infringement and that Nike’s Air Force 1 trade dress was invalid, seeking …

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The shape Nestlé’s iconic Kit Kar bar has been found to be distinctive, so says the appeal board at the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market in the United Kingdom (“Office”). Denying Cadbury’s claim that the shape of the chocolate bar was not protectable on the grounds that it was too commonplace a shape, …

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