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  1. Copyright Law: What Search Marketers Should Know (Part 2)

    This is the precondition for collecting attorney's fees and statutory damages. If you're wrong and are sued, you will at the very least be responsible for attorney's fees. If you're really going to have the power of getting cash out of your...

  2. Daily SearchCast, July 28, 2006: Google Class Action Suit Over Click Fraud Settled; Google Radio Ads; Anti-Phishing Protection In Search Results & More!

    Settlement is here (PDF file), the $30 million in attorney fees is approved, apparently around 500 companies choosing to opt-out. Today's search podcast covers the class action lawsuit settlement against

  3. Advertiser Files Complaint To Block Google Click Fraud Settlement

    For its part, Google issued a statement saying the complaint is may be motivated "more by the quest for attorney fees. Of course, the same could be said about the case being settled for what many feel is a cheap price, $90 million -- 1/3 of...

  4. LookSmart Hit With Potential Class Action Lawsuit Over Submission Program

    The answer is that far from being something "hard to avoid," LookSmart set the stage for such an action by refusing to "grandfather" existing listing clients and exclude them from continuing fees. Companies who refuse to pay the new, continuing...

  5. LookSmart Hit With Potential Class Action Lawsuit Over Submission Program

    Companies who refuse to pay the new, continuing fees risk being delisted when free credit given to them by LookSmart in association with the switchover runs out. The suit doesn't name an actual figure but asks for restitution of all money received...

  6. The Search Engine Update, June 3, 2002, Number 126

    In the letter, Thornley defends the higher pricing of the new LookListings Small Business program as necessary in order for LookSmart to build distribution partners, explains that "grandfathering" old customers to exclude them from new pay-per...

  7. LookSmart Aims To Mend Fences

    In the letter, Thornley defends the higher pricing of the new LookListings Small Business program as necessary in order for LookSmart to build distribution partners, explains that "grandfathering" old customers to exclude them from new pay-per...

  8. The Search Engine Report, June 3, 2002, Number 67

    In the letter, Thornley defends the higher pricing of the new LookListings Small Business program as necessary in order for LookSmart to build distribution partners, explains that "grandfathering" old customers to exclude them from new pay-per...

  9. The Search Engine Report June 3, 2002 - Number 67

    In the letter, Thornley defends the higher pricing of the new LookListings Small Business program as necessary in order for LookSmart to build distribution partners, explains that "grandfathering" old customers to exclude them from new pay-per...

  10. LookSmart Aims To Mend Fences

    In the letter, Thornley defends the higher pricing of the new LookListings Small Business program as necessary in order for LookSmart to build distribution partners, explains that "grandfathering" old customers to exclude them from new pay-per...