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Bumble stumbles: State policy interests override dating app’s contractual forum

Mark Sableman July 30, 2019
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While most e-commerce providers specify a choice of venue for lawsuits in their customer agreements, certain situations take precedent. In a recent case involving the dating app Bumble, state interests in protecting its residents may override these agreed-up dispute forums. READ MORE

Welcome to Internet Law Twists & Turns

Mark Sableman July 8, 2013
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Internet law is a lot like non-Internet law — but it usually involves some twist. In every field, there is usually some way in which, because of the Internet, traditional law doesn’t work, and a problem develops. READ MORE