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What Does it Take To Get Sued By Burning Man?
SF Weekly: Law & Order, August 18, 2010

Oakland Tribune photog wins police payout
San Francisco Chronicle: Crime Scene, August 9, 2010

Apple vs. Tech Blogs: A History
All Things Digital, April 27, 2010

Threatening Facebook Post Attracts Secret Service
KRSO Newstalk, October 2, 2009

Church Settles Sex Abuse Suit Against Priest
San Francisco Chronicle, September 22, 2008

Press Photographer Sues Oakland Over Arrest
San Francisco Chronicle, August 23, 2008

Tribune Photographer Sues City
Oakland Tribune, August 21, 2008

Hewlett-Packard Settles Spying Case
The New York Times, February 14, 2008

Apple Rumor Site to Shut Down in Settlement
The New York Times, December 21, 2007

After Outing Apple for Years, Blog Shuts Down
Los Angeles Times, December 21, 2007

Apple Rumor Site to Close as Part of Deal [PDF]
The Wall Street Journal, December 21, 2007

Lawyer: Apple’s the Loser in ThinkSecret Deal
Computerworld, December 20, 2007

Journalists Intend to Sue Hewlett-Packard Over Surveillance
The New York Times, May 7, 2007

Even Burning Man Must Exist Within the Legal Matrix [PDF]
Daily Journal, August 24, 2006

Profile: Terry Gross, Partner, Gross & Belsky, and Internet Law Pioneer [PDF]
LawCrossing, June 2005

Think Belligerent
Wired, May 2005

Latest Online Scoops Thwart Apple’s Bid for Secrecy
InformationWeek, March 18, 2005

Teen Reporter Pays Price for Apple Coverage
The Boston Globe, March 14, 2005

SLAPP Fight Over Mac Rumors
WiredNews, March 8, 2005

Apple Asks Judge to Order Web Sites to Name Sources
The New York Times, March 5, 2005

Lawyer for Harvard Student Battling Apple will Seek to Dismiss Lawsuit
InformationWeek, February 3, 2005

This Week in Gadgets
The New York Times, January 21, 2005

Rumor Site Gains Lawyer in Defense Against Apple
eWeek, January 20, 2005

Teen Sued by Apple in Trade-Secrets Case Gains Legal Help [PDF]
Associated Press Newswires, January 20, 2005

Harvard Student Finds Lawyer to Defend Apple Suit
CNET, January 19, 2005

Ex-Pro Athlete Sues Oakland Diocese Over Alleged Abuse
Oakland Tribune, March 22, 2004

Product Liability Lawsuits are New Threat to Microsoft
The New York Times, October 6, 2003

Cosmetics Firms Plan $175 Million Giveaway
San Francisco Chronicle, July 19, 2003

TNN Network Can Call Itself Spike TV
The New York Times, July 7, 2003

Spike Lee, Viacom Settle Name Dispute
The New York Times, July 7, 2003

Spike Lee Must Post $2.5M Bond in Lawsuit
USA Today, June 25, 2003

Bar Talk, Sidebar [PDF]
The Recorder, June 16, 2003

Spike Vs. Spike
New York Post, June 10, 2003

Leah Garchick, The In Crowd Column [PDF]
San Francisco Chronicle, June 4, 2003

Burned at Burning Man
San Francisco Examiner, October 24, 2002

Burning Spin: Organizers of the Burning Man Festival Pull Out All the Stops to Control the Press — and It’s a Good Thing They Do
SF Weekly, August 28, 2002

Burning Man Gets Hot Over Steamy Videos, August 26, 2002

A Festival With Nudity Sues a Sex Web Site
The New York Times, July 5, 2002

Settlement Ends Feud at Pacifica Radio, Local Stations Likely Gain Control
San Francisco Chronicle, December 13, 2001

Pacifica, Owner of WBAI-FM, Settles Lawsuits
The New York Times, December 13, 2001

Pacifica Foundation Will Shuffle Board, Let Local Activists Run Radio Stations
The Wall Street Journal, December 12, 2001

Microsoft Agrees to Settle Lawsuits – Firm Offers $1 Billion PC, Software Donation
Mercury News, November 20, 2001

Microsoft May See Flood of Civil Lawsuits
USA Today, July 2, 2001

Knight Ridder Paper Settles Claims Brought by Former Columnist
The Wall Street Journal, May 15, 2001

Old Republic Title Co. Must Refund Almost $14 Million in Secret Interest Funds
The Recorder, May 14, 2001

Newspaper Settles With Reporter in Stock-Trading Dispute
The New York Times, May 14, 2001

Mercury News, Former Columnist Settle Dispute, Harassment Claim
San Jose Mercury News, May 14, 2001

Coming Down Hard — Government Plan Would Split Microsoft
ABC News, April 24, 2001

After the Gold Rush
The Recorder, March 27, 2001

A Child of the 60’s Who Retains His Activist Streak
The Recorder, March 19, 2001

South Africa is Seeking the Return of a Cyberspace Address
The New York Times, March 3, 2001

Dream Team Nightmare
Brill’s Content, November 2000

O.J. Simpson Fails to Block TV Movie
The Recorder, September 7, 2000

Simpson Suit Targets Miniseries on Murder Defense
San Francisco Examiner, August 16, 2000

OJ Simpson Tries to Stop TV Movie
The New York Times, August 15, 2000

Class-Action Lawsuits Get Boost From Ruling
USA Today, June 7, 2000

Microsoft May Face Wave of Civil Suits
The New York Times, April 5, 2000

Judge: Microsoft Monopolized Web Browser Market
Seattle Post-Intelligencer, April 3, 2000

Analysts See Risk for Microsoft, but Gates Hopes to Win Appeal
The New York Times, April 3, 2000

Quokka Settles America’s Cup Suit
ZD Net News, December 30, 1999

Quokka, New Zealanders Settle Domain Name Complaint
CNET News, December 22, 1999

Anti-cybersquatting Law Faces First Test
ZD Net News, December 15, 1999

New Law Touches Off Suits Over Names in Cyberspace
The New York Times, December 9, 1999

Microsoft Class-Action Suit Filed
The New York Times, November 23, 1999

Microsoft Hit with Another Consumer Class Action Suit in California
Los Angeles Times, November 23, 1999

Microsoft is in Penalty Phase
Computer World, November 22, 1999

Suit in S.F. To Take Aim At Microsoft
San Francisco Examiner, November 22, 1999

Microsoft Faces a Class Action on ‘Monopoly’
The New York Times, November 22, 1999

S.J. Mercury’s Demoted Columnist Criticizes Policy
San Francisco Examiner, August 15, 1999

Free After 3 Years: Convicted of Poverty
San Francisco Examiner, July 4, 1999

Versaces Halt Unauthorized Book on Slain Designer
The New York Times, May 25, 1999

Pac Bell Hides Voice-Mail Fees, Lawsuit Alleges
San Francisco Examiner, August 12, 1998

Rekindling Love’s Fire Along the Last Frontier
The New York Times, August 10, 1998

Walking the Cyber Plank
The American Lawyer Corporate Counsel Magazine, October 1997

Intel Settles Suit by Offering Rebates to Some Customers
The New York Times, July 21, 1997

A Not Terribly Brief History of the Electronic Frontier Foundation
John Perry Barlow, November 8, 1990

A Conversation with Len Rose
Computer Underground, August 12, 1990