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Telebuyer v. Amazon.com

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Telebuyer v. Amazon.com Telebuyer, LLC v. Amazon.Com, Inc., No. 2:13-cv-1677-BJR, U.S. Dist. Ct., W.D. of Wash., 2015 – The case was dismissed in favor of Amazon because the claims in plaintiff’s patents were abstract, generic and indefinite, and therefore invalid. TELEBUYER, LLC, Plaintiff, AMAZON.COM, INC., AMAZON WEB SERVICES LLC, and

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United Video Props Inc. v. Amazon.com

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United Video Props Inc. v. Amazon.com UNITED VIDEO PROPERTIES, INC., Plaintiff-Appellant, AND TV GUIDE ONLINE, LLC, AND TV GUIDE ONLINE, INC., Plaintiffs, AMAZON.COM, INC. AND IMDB.COM, INC., Defendants-Appellees. 2013-1396 United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit Decided: April 8, 2014 United Video Props Inc. v. Amazon.com, U.S. Ct.

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Cordance Corporation v. Amazon.com, Inc.

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Cordance Corporation v. Amazon.com, Inc. Cordance Corporation v. Amazon.com, Inc., 730 F.Supp.2d 333, U.S. Dist. Ct. Del., 2010: Amazon successfully argued against an order that would require them to permanently halt its infringing activities or pay an ongoing royalty to patent owners.  730 F.Supp.2d 333 CORDANCE CORPORATION, Plaintiff, v. AMAZON.COM, INC. and,

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M-Edge Accessories v. Amazon.com, Inc

M-Edge Accessories v. Amazon.com, Inc M-Edge Accessories v. Amazon.com, Inc, No. MJG-11-3332, U.S. Dist. Ct. MD, 2015: Amazon was able to get one of two patent infringement claims dismissed where the Court had no question that Amazon’s bookcover did not infringe upon Plaintiff’s patent. M-EDGE ACCESSORIES LLC Plaintiff AMAZON.COM INC. Defendant

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Fagerstrom and Wiseley v. Amazon.com

Fagerstrom and Wiseley v. Amazon.com Fagerstrom and Wiseley v. Amazon.com – Court agreed with Amazon and enforced Arbitration clause of agreement entered into between Amazon and Plaintiff prior to Plaintiff selling on Amazon’s website. Andrea Fagerstrom and Allen Wiseley v. Amazon.com, Inc., No. 15-cv-96-BAS-DHB, U.S. Dist. Ct., Southern Dist. of Cal.,

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Andrew K. Ranazzi v. Amazon.com

Andrew K. Ranazzi v. Amazon.com Andrew K. Ranazzi v. Amazon.com, Inc, No. L-14-1217, Ct. of Appeals Ohio, 6th App. Dist. (2015): Court stayed proceedings until outcome of Arbitration which was an enforceable forum for the dispute under the agreement between Plaintiff and Amazon for use of its website. Andrew K. Ranazzi

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Rhawn Joseph v. Amazon.com, Inc.

Rhawn Joseph v. Amazon.com, Inc. Rhawn Joseph v. Amazon.com, Inc., 46 F.Supp.3d 1095, U.S. Dist. Ct., W.D. Wash. 2014: Plaintiff-publishing company could not bring anti-trust claim as the statute of limitations had passed on the alleged “tying” committed by Amazon. Rhawn Joseph v. Amazon.com, Inc., 46 F.Supp.3d 1095, U.S. Dist.

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Nicole del Vecchio v. Amazon.com, Inc.

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Nicole Del Vecchio v. Amazon.Com, Inc. Nicole Del Vecchio v. Amazon.Com, Inc., No. C11-366-RSL, U.S. Dist. Ct., W.D. of Wash., 2011: Court dismissed this case against Amazon because the Plaintiff failed to show injury and the Court was also skeptical as to whether Amazon’s practices were unfair or deceptive. Nicole

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Thais Cardoso Almeida v. Amazon.com, Inc.

Thais Cardoso Almeida v. Amazon.com, Inc. Thais Cardoso Almeida v. Amazon.com, Inc., 456 F.3d 1316, U.S. Ct. of Appeals, 11th Cir., 2006. Plaintiff’s case against Amazon was dismissed as Amazon had no control of a third-party’s unauthorized use of plaintiff’s image. Issue: Should Amazon be liable for alleged unlawful use of a

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American Dynasty Insurance v. Amazon.com

American Dynasty Insurance v. Amazon.com Amazon.Com International, Inc. v. American Dynasty Surplus Lines Insurance Company, 85 P.3d 974, 120 Wash. App. 610, 2004. Amazon.com, Inc. could not hold excess coverage carrier liable to defend it in lawsuit when primary carrier covers the injury Amazon is sued for. Procedure: Software manufacturer

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Segal & Chaparova v. Amazon.com, Inc

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Segal & Chaparova v. Amazon.com, Inc Albert Segal and Marianna Chaparova, Plaintiffs v. Amazon.com, Inc., Defendant Case No. 10–20718–Civ.763 F.Supp.2d 1367, United States District Court, S.D. Florida, Feb. 4, 2011 Amazon got case transferred to Washington pursuant to Participation Agreement sellers must enter to sell on site. Albert Segal and Marianna Chaparova v. Amazon.com,

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Steven Lasoff v. Amazon.com, Inc

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Steven Lasoff v. Amazon.com, Inc STEVEN LASOFF, Plaintiff, v. AMAZON.COM, INC., Defendant. Civil Action No. 15-2886 (MAS) (DEA) United States District Court of New Jersey, January 28, 2016 The Court granted Amazon’s request to transfer case to Washington pursuant to forum selection clause of agreement between the two parties. Steven Lasoff v. Amazon.com, Inc.

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Jerome Schneider v. Amazon.com, Inc.

Jerome Schneider v. Amazon.com, Inc. Jerome Schneider v. Amazon.com, Inc., 31 P.3d 37, 108 Wash. App. 454, Ct. App. Wash. 2001: Amazon is immune from liability for defamation by third-parties under the Communications Decency Act. Jerome Schneider v. Amazon.com, Inc., 31 P.3d 37, 108 Wash. App. 454, Ct. App. Wash.

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Andre Romanelli, Inc v. Amazon.com, Inc

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Andre Romanelli, Inc v. Amazon.com, Inc Andre Romanelli, Inc., v. Amazon.com 2008 NY Slip Op 32283(U), 2008: Plaintiff could not successfully argue that a forecasted order from Amazon constituted a guarantee to purchase the amount forecasted. Andre Romanelli, Inc., v. Amazon.com, 2008 NY Slip Op 32283(U), 2008. Case Details: Amazon

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Booklocker.Com, Inc., v. Amazon.Com, Inc.

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Booklocker.Com, Inc., v. Amazon.Com, Inc. Booklocker.com, Inc., v. Amazon.com, Inc., 650 F.Supp.2d 89, United States District Court, D. Maine, 2009 Issue Has Amazon violated antitrust laws by tying its book-selling services to the use of a specific printing service? Case Details Plaintiff brought class action against Amazon under Sherman Act for violating

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Amazon.com, Inc. v. Barnesandnoble.com

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Amazon.com, Inc. v. Barnesandnoble.com Amazon.com v. Barnesandnoble.com, Inc., No. C99-1695P.  United States District Court, W.D. Washington.  December 1, 1999 This is a patent infringement suit brought by Amazon.com, Inc. against barnesandnoble.com.  The patent in question is United States Patent No. 5,960,411 (the ‘411 patent), which was issued on September 28, 1999.

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Amazon Dash Button

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Amazon Dash Button Makes One-Click Ordering Even Easier The Amazon Dash Button is making ordering the products you need, know and love easier than ever. The Dash Button is a physical button that you can place around your home.  For example, on your washer/dryer so you never run out of

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Amazon Seller App Makes Selling Simple

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Amazon Seller Apps for a Smooth Selling Process In 2014, Amazon released the official Amazon Seller App to easily list items, communicate with buyers, and monitor customer metrics. The Amazon Seller App is a handy tool for any seller. The included barcode scanner is a major feature of the Amazon Seller

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