Legal Pad: “Tiny Law Firm Sues Google Over Search Results“:

The problems began with Google after Oct. 15, according to the firm’s trademark infringement suit filed in federal court last week. That’s when Powlen and Berger began punching “Global Law, 94105” into Google – let’s be honest who among you doesn’t spend most of the work day Googling your name? They did this on “several different dates” and found that the first search result read “Global Law, LLP” but linked to another law firm. Legal Pad tried it last week and found that indeed it linked to SF’s Schinner Law Group, which happens to be Powlen’s old firm.