Oracle lawyer E. Joshua Rosenkranz wields a new metaphor as computer code copyright fight goes before the Federal Circuit
Originally Published: The Recorder
...Strasburger & Price and New Jersey's Sills Cummis & Gross both made the cut by...
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
Author Steven J. Harper, a former Big Law attorney and now adjunct professor at Northwestern University School of Law School, addresses a crisis in the legal profession
...John Wheeler, research director at Gartner, in the report. "As a result, many companies view corporate legal as the next frontier...
...numerous organizations and companies, including the American Civil Liberties Union, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and Mozilla, actively oppose the act. CISPA’s critics mainly...
Trolling the exhibit hall and parties at the American Association of Law Libraries, and updating the legal technology players' roster from coast to coast. Plus: Vendor Satisfaction Survey launched
Law Technology News
...networks increased from 2,000 to 30,000. Given how far the...
The most recent set of exemptions to the Digital Millenium Copyright Act contains a quirk of interest to the intellectual property community: the Librarian of Congress opted to permit jailbreaking of
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
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