What do you care about more -- the promise of greatness or actual greatness?
Antitrust lawyer Kevin Arquit is jumping to Weil, Gotshal & Manges.
Four sales techniques we can learn from watching Donald Trump in the debates.
The government's Silk Road prosecution is the gift that keeps on giving. On its way to a life without parole sentence for the man behind the dark web drug marketplace, nearly everything that possibly could have happened actually happened. As more evidence flowed in, more dirt on both sides of the prosecution was uncovered. Show More Summary
It's becoming a fairly standard thing at this point: patent cases make their way up to the Supreme Court (after traveling through the patent appeals court at the Federal Circuit, better known as CAFC), then the Supreme Court smacks down the CAFC ruling and reminds the court that CAFC doesn't seem to understand patent law at all. Show More Summary
The actual value of your services has no real value proposition until your clients actually perceive it.
by Dennis Crouch Life Technologies Corp. v. Promega Corp. (Supreme Court 2016) [LifeTechTranscript] Today the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in LifeTech v. Promega. The case focuses on the statutory interpretation of 35 U.S.C. § 271(f)(1) (export of components of patented invention). The ordinary rule of U.S. patent law is that patent rights are territorial – a […]
Technology can increase access to justice, but how do you know which is best?
The news industry has been in an ongoing state of upheaval ever since the dawn of the internet. In addition to the many ways that technology changes reporting and publishing, there has also been a profound effect on how people find their news. Show More Summary
The perks of working in the fast food industry are unbelievable compared to those of the legal profession.
Legal tech apps take up the bulk of the news, but investing in hardware can make a huge difference in productivity.
Retractable Technologies, Inc. v. Becton Dickinson & Co., No. 14-41384, 2016 WL 7046601, -- F.3d – (5 th Cir. Dec. 2, 2016) Regardless of the merits, courts don’t want plaintiffs bringing false advertising claims as antitrust claims....Show More Summary
Should Biglaw firms stop doing pro bono work? The answer may be "yes."
One shouldn't paint the BSF bonuses with too broad a brush, but overall, people seem pleased.
Justice Sonia Sotomayor said that this is a clear case. She literally pulled out the dictionary.
Under increasing pressure from overreacting and fearful bureaucrats, it seems that the big social media companies -- Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Microsoft -- have all agreed to block "terrorist" content and will agree to share hashed...Show More Summary
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Some things are best left unsaid. At least attorney Christine M. Mire should have kept her criticism of a judge to herself, according to the Louisiana Supreme Court. In appellate pleadings, Mire had accused a trial judge of tampering with a court recording that allegedly obscured the judge's connection to......
You've probably heard of FinTech, the application of emerging technologies like artificial intelligence and data analytics to the financial services industry. We're sure you're familiar with #legaltech too, the infusion (albeit a slow one) of cutting edge technology into the legal industry. But do you know about RegTech? This......
FindLaw columnist Eric Sinrod writes regularly in this section on legal developments surrounding technology and the internet. Once upon a time, at the turn of this century, when the commercial internet starting becoming a reality, we had the first opportunity to purchase holiday gifts online. This seemed like a big experiment.......