With five weeks left, 2013 is already a record-setting year for tie-ups involving U.S. law firms. The Am Law Daily caught up with legal consultants Ward Bower and Tony Williams to discuss the continu
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
...good at guessing what you want—at least the ones from LG Electronics. The South Korean global manufacturer recently admitted to collecting data on...
Friday Six-Pack: Microsoft reported new CEO, but he better not get comfortable. Homeland Security dealt a blow in effort to keep Internet kill switch under wraps. Snapchat spurns $3 billion offer fro
...s level of coolness (or lack thereof). Officially launching on Thursday, the LG Nexus 5 has been the subject of rumor and conjecture since the...
New York Attorney General wants smartphone manufacturers to add a "kill switch" to shut down smartphones to cut crimes. But it could help lawyers as well
Friday Six-Pack: BlackBerry Actually Gets Some Good News, Bill Gates in Trouble, and Amazon Enters the Smartphone Market. Could Cerberus swoop in and take over BlackBerry? Bill Gates' reign at Micros
Samsung Electronic's new Galaxy S4 smartphone will be revealed March 14 and will have security features that Apple's iPhone lacks, officials claim via Twitter at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelon
Apple Tuesday announced the iPad mini, which has a 7.9-inch screen, 16 gigabytes of memory, and Wi-Fi, starting at $329 with shipments beginning November 2. Apple also announced a faster version of t
...alleged that seven electronics companies, including RIM, Samsung Electronics, HTC Corp., and LG Electronics, were infringing five of its patents related to teleconferencing and videoconferencing...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...charged in the case to go to trial. Seven rival firms including LG Display Co. and Sharp Corp. agreed to plead guilty and pay more...
Originally Published: The Recorder
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