...most businesses, upon being informed that they are infringing someone's patent rights, are interested in operating lawfully and taking a license promptly," one...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...block-level Ethernet storage technology played right into JDTP's virtualization strategy, which focuses on ...
...area, to some degree, its a race to snag the right talent to compete and deliver top quality alternative fee agreement value to...
Why corporate counsel are exasperated when outside counsel won't provide budget estimates
D. Casey Flaherty, corporate counsel at Kia Motors America, really does have good intentions as he humiliates Big Law firms about their dismal technology skills but he is careful not to embarr
Guidance Software was "open for business" at the Computer and Enterprise Investigations Conference, but the word "open" made for strange company to a developer and distributor of computer forensics,
...message to his colleagues, other than to note that the time seemed right. "This summer is a natural point for me to...
Originally Published: The Recorder
Stanford University is a legendary breeding ground? for startups Silicon Valley giants Google, Yahoo, and Cisco all came out of the Palo Alto, Calif., institution's computer science and engine
3-D printing technology, which makes it possible to create an item by simply downloading a design file and printing it out as a plastic object, is likely to trigger legal conflicts surrounding copyri
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
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