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About Nick Jackson

Nick Jackson

Nick’s practice focuses on representing clients in complex litigation in federal and state courts, including the defense of class action lawsuits. Nick has represented clients in matters involving federal privacy statutes, constitutional privacy rights, intellectual property, contractual disputes, and federal and state securities laws. He also assists clients in responding to investigations by federal and state regulators, as well as handling demands for user data. In addition, he has counseled clients on the privacy, intellectual property and litigation-related aspects of significant commercial transactions.

Recent Posts

The Ninth Circuit has held that a free-to-play virtual casino app offering in-app purchases of virtual chips for continued gameplay may constitute illegal gambling under Washington state law. Churchill Downs, the defendant, operates a free-to-download...

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When an elusive defendant disappeared from Canada amid a trade secrets case, a Canadian trial court, finding itself out of options, turned to Google to try to enforce its orders. The court issued an injunction...

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Thanks to the Internet, consumer reviews have grown both more ubiquitous and more influential in recent years. Likely in reaction to that trend, there have been a number of publicized examples of businesses attempting to...

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Can a person sue a company for a technical violation of a statutory right that does not cause actual concrete injury? This question has significant ramifications, as Article III’s standing requirements affect the viability of...

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