Today, the 10 person jury in Oracle v. Google has unanimously ruled that Google did not infringe upon Oracle patents when developing the Android operating system. Although Android has been consistently outpaced in revenue by the iOS system from Apple, it still powers many popular phones and has garnered a significant fan base. The original [...]
A quick reminder: come see us at LegalTech West Coast 2012 in Los Angeles, this Tuesday and Wednesday. We’re at booth 310 and would love to meet you!
Cas Campaigne, CEO and co-founder, and Faraz Zubairi, VP of Program Management and Sales, will both be there. They will be giving demonstrations of our flagship product, Liquid [...]
Corporate Counsel’s Best Legal Departments 2012 have been announced, all four of them!
Included in this year’s prestigious list are Abbott Laboratories, Celanese, Medtronic, and Palace Entertainment. This group of legal departments is quite diverse, ranging in size from 140 U.S. in-house counsel lawyers (Abbott) to just one (Palace Entertainment). It is interesting to note that [...]
Back in March, the Bllawg covered the latest revision of Delaware’s Default Standard for Discovery, which was current as of December 8th, 2011. On the same date, the court released the Default Standard for Access to Source Code, which has received considerably less press. However, as several high profile patent cases have recently been in [...]
On May 2nd, the Ninth Circuit ruled in favor of the defendant in the case of Padilla v. Yoo; the decision was a reversal of an earlier ruling by the district court. Mr. Padilla was suing Mr. Yoo, who served as a lawyer under the Bush administration and is now on the faculty at UC-Berkley [...]
…but that doesn’t mean it’s necessarily a good thing, either. CISPA, which stands for Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Possession Act, focuses its sights on the prevention of cyber threats; SOPA was all about intellectual property. Critiques of SOPA (the Stop Online Piracy Act, which was preceded by PIPA, the Protect IP Act) were mainly focused [...]