Fenwick helped network security company Cloudflare beat back claims that it aided copyright infringement by providing online services to retailers allegedly misusing copyrighted images, after a California federal judge ruled that Cloudflare doesn't materially contribute to the alleged infringement.
In Mon Cheri Bridals LLC et al. v. Cloudflare Inc. et al., the United States District Court for the Northern District of California granted Cloudflare’s motion for summary judgment and concluded that no reasonable jury could find Cloudflare liable for the alleged copyright infringement at issue.
Cloudflare was represented by Fenwick litigation partners Andrew Bridges and Jedediah Wakefield and associates Sapna Mehta, Matt Becker, Meghan Fenzel and Armen Nercessian.
Read more about the case in Cloudflare’s web announcement.