Judge Denny Chin ruled Google's mass copying and presentation of "snippets" of copyrighted works is shielded by the fair use doctrine
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...McLean, Va., and Amsterdam, and has regional offices in New York, Barcelona, Frankfurt, London, Paris, and Singapore. It describes itself as straddling the convergence of...
The head of Autonomy's content management unit said Thursday that he aims to improve transparency for customers in the wake of financial scandal allegations by parent company Hewlett-Packard, but tha
The legal technology community has very mixed reactions to Apple's new iPad mini 7-inch tablet
Executives at Hewlett-Packard began explaining in a conference call last week how the company intends to soothe worried customers after accusing former Autonomy leaders of "accounting impropriet
Will lawyers and other legal professionals be lining up for the next best iPad? As the classic lawyer response says, "It depends!" Here's some initial reactions of the legal technology community to A
Monica Bay, LTN magazine's editor-in-chief, conveys best practices for upgrading law firm intranets she learned about in "Data Warehouses, Dashboards, and Data Integration: Delivering Actionable
A suit against Georgia State University's "e-reserve" service could help determine when schools go too far in running online excerpts of books without paying for them
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
As sales of electronic books and readers skyrocket, the threat of piracy and other copyright issues loom. Publishers are test-driving different litigation strategies to fight illegal downloads
Originally Published: National Law Journal
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