A quiet year in the courts as the profession appears to accept that EDD is here to stay
A relatively quiet year for electronic data discovery suggests that the bench and bar are getting more sophisticated and technology savvy
...to take a slice of work from Craig’s List and eBay, exhibited at the annual SEMA (Specialty Equipment Marketing Association) show from November...
...TheDirty," writes Goldman. Those companies include: Amazon.com Inc., AOL Inc., eBay Inc., Facebook, Google Inc., LinkedIn Corp., Twitter and Yahoo Inc. to name...
...discovery practice. Cecil Lynn III has traversed to eBay Inc. as its director of e-discovery and technology, from Littler Mendelson...
Two recent trade secrets disputes pitting small ventures against tech titans highlight the risks of sharing trade secrets -- even under the protection of nondisclosure and confidentiality agreements
Originally Published: The Recorder
...months in advance of trial. Helen Li, who is patent counsel for eBay, spotlighted another aspect of a healthy relationship between in-house and trial...
ALM climbs into the clouds, literally, to preview its new Law.com app during International Bar Association conference
Trademark dilution is the legal theory that can protect a famous mark's distinctiveness from blurring, or its reputation from tarnishing, if a third party subsequently uses a mark identical or substa
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
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