Judge Denny Chin ruled Google's mass copying and presentation of "snippets" of copyrighted works is shielded by the fair use doctrine
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...Sports are no different. Joe Girardi, the manager of the New York Yankees, always knew he’d call for number 42, Mariano Rivera, to...
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The Friday Six-Pack. Big Announcements from Apple, Microsoft, and BlackBerry. Apple's new iOS7 rollout is bumpy compared to its iPhone 5s/5c launch. Microsoft hopes for a good reception next week for
Legal technology pioneer Ross Kodner dead at 52. Kodner was a champion for small firm lawyers and pushed, shoved, and enchanted them into legal technology
...associate man-hours. Koren, whose clients have included the late New York Yankees baseball team owner George Steinbrenner and his family, admits as much: "...
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
Hitting 50 means you've only just begun to fully exploit your legal technology education and career opportunities
Hitting 50? You've only just begun to fully exploit your legal technology education and career opportunities
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