...national conversation about the patent system. They also assailed Posner's reasoning. ...
Originally Published: the_litigation_daily
Allen & Overy and Slaughter and May are advising on Thomson Reuters's purchase of the Practical Law Company, while Gunderson Dettmer, a technology shop already busy this week advising Current TV on i
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
The legal technology community predicts unexpected trends for 2013, including changes in e-discovery, cloud computing, and information governance. [MORE
...is retiring. McCaffery was previously CEO and president of the BNA legal publishing company, acquired by Bloomberg Law parent company Bloomberg L.P...
James Heller, William & Mary's law library director, suggests that a "Hunger Games" world where information is controlled by a few publishers -- and nearly everything is accessed by a license -- is p
...Given this history, Bloomberg's announcement last August that it would acquire BNA with its highly regarded collection of materials covering labor and employment...
Handing bad news to out-of-state companies with telecommuting employees, a New Jersey appeals court has ruled that even one such worker in New Jersey triggers the corporate income tax
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
...columnist and the author of the forthcoming "Copyright Law Deskbook" (BNA). Clarida, who is not involved in the litigation, said the lawsuit poses...
...Professional, which also includes Bloomberg Government, Bloomberg New Energy Finance, and Bloomberg BNA. Bloomberg News, also delivered through the Professional service, includes television, radio, mobile...
The outcome of Apple's patent battle with Samsung will shape the future of the smartphone and tablet market -- most notably with respect to how the designs for the devices will evolve
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