In an appeal that could make law on jurisdiction in international IP cases, Ninth Circuit Judge M. Margaret McKeown wondered if the trial judge went too far, effectively shutting down Hong Kong's Oro
Originally Published: The Recorder
A federal judge ruled on Monday that the estate of late entrepreneur and Internet activist Aaron Swartz may release to Congress and the public some of the information gathered by the lawyers preparin
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...with support for AirPrint and ...
...United States v. Cotterman, 709 F.3d 952 (9th Cir. March...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...set and, for one or both years, included teams from the United States, Canada, Australia, Greece, India, Israel and China." He notes that...
...listen to judges, especially when the agenda includes the likes of United States District Court Judge ...
There are two kinds of attorneys on airplanes: those who view their time in the sky as a respite from communications and those who have memorized the entire list of approved electronic devices. For b
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
After LegalTech New York, two perfect tech days in San Francisco and Silicon Valley
A technical committee of the International Organization for Standardization gave final approval for the development of an international standard for the discovery of ESI
...Judge Robert Miller Jr., of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Indiana, issued an ...
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