Patent Privateering: VirnetX v. Apple

On February 3, 2016 a federal jury returned a verdict finding Apple guilty for willfully infringing four VirnetX … Continue Reading

Apple v. FBI: Privacy Issues Related to San Bernardino Shooters

Apple is opposing an order by a federal magistrate judge to help the FBI unlock an iPhone belonging … Continue Reading

Apple’s Dispute Over iTunes Data Collection May Have Implications for the Future of Mobile Payments

This post was co-authored by Marion Bergeret, Berkeley Law LL.M. Candidate 2013, and Babak Siavoshy, Teaching Fellow, Samuelson Law, Technology … Continue Reading

The Curious Case of Design Patents

Design patents have not received much press until recently. However, the smartphone industry and fashion houses are increasingly … Continue Reading