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U.S. District Judge William Alsup of the Northern District of California holds that the 37 APIs that Oracle -- and a jury -- said Google infringed can't be protected under copyright law
Originally Published: The Recorder
Among lawyers, the once-unbeatable BlackBerry is losing out to new rivals such as the iPhone and Android, according to writer Alan Cohen, and law firm CIOs are supporting its fall from grace
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
Not every technology has paid off as hoped in this year's Am Law Tech Survey. Case in point: cloud computing. Eighty percent of respondents use these services, which run remotely on a vendor's infras
Silicon Valley's geeky libertarian coders have risen as power players since Microsoft went to Washington, D.C., a decade ago in Bill Gates' white van. Now prominent senators such as Barbara Boxer att
A federal judge has upheld a patent infringement jury verdict against Hewlett-Packard for improperly appropriated technology licensed by Cornell University to sequence and process information in earl
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