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
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Internet service providers must contend with laws that are not uniform, or not interpreted consistently, around the globe, notes attorney Craig R. Smith of Lando & Anastasi
...brought nationwide, said Craig Smith, a partner at Cambridge, Mass.-based Lando & Anastasi. "That's about three times more than you would normally...
Patent holding company NTP settled its infringement suit in the Federal Circuit against BlackBerry maker RIM for $612.5 million over patents related to delivering e-mail over wireless communications.
The perils of inadvertently disclosing privileged documents during e-discovery are playing out in a New Jersey patent case. The plaintiff, trying to retrieve 579 e-mails, suffered a setback when a fe
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