Kickstarter.com seems to be on the verge of winning its well-publicized declaratory judgment suit against ArtistShare, the crowdfunding website that claims its patent covers Kickstarter's social fina
Originally Published: the_litigation_daily
In opening statements in the Northern District of California, prosecutors accused three defendants of illegally distributing pharmaceuticals through Web-based pharmacy Safescripts Online, dubbing it
Originally Published: The Recorder
...use of full-text retrieval versus highly coded content might find interesting Johnson's account of a five-day contest sponsored by Australia's ...
Because New York litigants must finance their own suits, they have a strong incentive to formulate minimally burdensome discovery requests. However, Steptoe & Johnson's Michael Miller, Evan Glassman
In oral arguments last week, the Texas Supreme Court wrestled with how far state courts should go in allowing electronic discovery. In re: Weekley Homes LP asks whether a court can order a party to p
Creating a table of authorities for pleadings is often a last-minute, cumbersome task that takes hours to complete. Steptoe and Johnson's senior legal editor, Karen Tucker, explains why the firm chos
...and trademarks. Last month, the Redmond, Wash.,-based corporation targeted Johnson's business, ...
The world of court reporting has become considerably high tech. But Frank Howell is among a rare breed of court reporters that still use pen-written shorthand and a typewriter. He "gets it all," acco
...those sensitive documents in a phenomenon Johnson calls "digital wind."Johnson's studies, funded by grants from the U.S. Department of Homeland...
...an Identity Theft Task Force, which made recommendations last month. Johnson's memo "formalizes the recommendations of the task force," Kevelighan said. "Agencies...
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