Ashley Madison, a website putatively for extramarital affairs, was hacked by a group known as the “Impact Team.” The hackers made the private information of millions of users public and released financial information about Avid Life Media, the company that runs Ashley Madison. Ashley Madison users have brought lawsuits across the United States and Canada. […]
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Crain’s Chicago Business interviewed Daliah Saper for its June 18th article about a recent trademark lawsuit filed against a local Chicago restaurant over the name of one of its burgers. Los Angeles-based Umami Restaurant Group filed a lawsuit earlier this month accusing the local Chicago-based BopNgrill for trademark infringement by serving a menu item called […]
Crain’s Chicago Business interviewed Chad Nold, Associate Attorney at Saper Law Offices, for a May 20th article about a recent lawsuit filed against Martha Stewart’s media company. The lawsuit, filed by R.R. Donnelley & Sons, alleges that Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia breached its contractual obligations by failing to pay certain agreed upon rates for printing […]
On Thursday, May 21st, Saper Law’s Principal Attorney, Daliah Saper, was featured in a Huffington Post article outlining the new legal issues surrounding LinkedIn and other social media such as cyberstalking and cyberharassment. The article notes that members of social media are advised to use discretion while accepting connections online; however, even with care some […]
The term “Revenge Porn” made headlines recently when hacked, nude photos of celebrities like Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence and supermodel Kate Upton were widely disseminated online. The vast majority of revenge porn cases, however, involve victims of a jealous or vengeful ex—the once-married individual, the college coed, or the high school teen. CNN is exploring the many issues surrounding […]
On March 8, 2015, Daliah Saper was invited to participate in International Women’s Day on behalf of the Digital Currency Council. The Digital Currency Council was founded by a group of early bitcoin adopters, and it aims to tak advantage of the growing opportunity in the digital currency marketplace. Daliah, an early owner of bitcoin and […]
Saper law is proud to announce that its Principal Attorney, Daliah Saper, has been named a Rising Star in its 2015 issue. This is the seventh time Daliah has received this honor. She was first profiled by the magazine back in 2009. Super Lawyers is a listing of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice […]
Blind chef and Charlie Trotter protégé Laura Martinez opened the doors to her very own Lincoln Park-based restaurant, “La Diosa,” this past Friday. Fusing Mexican and French-style cuisine, La Diosa (which means “The Godesss” in Spanish) offers deliciously-crafted and freshly-prepared food at a reasonable price. Ms. Martinez, who came to Saper Law looking for guidance on creating the appropriate […]
Can a business or individual lay claim to a popular catch phrase or politically charged rant? CBS Chicago interviewed Daliah about one woman’s quest to monopolize the phrase “I Can’t Breathe ” in connection with apparel. Watch the video here: CBSCHI_20141220092827573AA.mp4 from Saper Law on Vimeo.
On Thursday, September 25, CBS Chicago News interviewed media attorney Daliah Saper about the recent “rape list” posted by anonymous University of Chicago students. Dubbed the “Hyde Park List,” the post assigned sexual assault codes (such as “Code Red”) to current and former University of Chicago male students. As retaliation to this list, hackers (also […]