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

Alice, Abstract Ideas, and Software-Related Patents

Those “who sweat in the clammy gymnasia of patent law” were impatiently waiting for the Alice decision. They … Continue Reading

US v. EU: Pay-for-delay Settlements

Reverse payment settlements exist at the intersection among antitrust, patent and healthcare laws. Also known as pay-for-delay agreements, these … Continue Reading

The Consequences of Violating Open Source Licenses

By: Jaideep Reddy “These days a developer will do a Google search, find five open-source products that fit … Continue Reading

Back Under the Bridge: Judge Rules Against Prolific Patent Troll

In eDekka LLC v. 3Balls.com Inc., Eastern District of Texas Judge Rodney Gilstrap ruled against plaintiff eDekka’s patent … Continue Reading

Emojis as Evidence: Recent Developments

How should digital evidence be presented to juries? Should emoticons and other symbols be translated into words and … Continue Reading

Google v. Vederi: Street View Aims For the Supreme Court

Are you curious to know what a certain address or location looks like in frontal or perspective view? … Continue Reading

Aereo’s Next Chapter in Bankruptcy

On the heels of a business-crushing Supreme Court decision, television-streaming giant Aereo announced in November that it would … Continue Reading

Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley and Sons: Jet Lag and the First Sale Doctrine

The Supreme Court recently handed down its decision in Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley & Sons, a copyright exhaustion … Continue Reading

Broad Covenant Not To Sue Does Away With Invalidity Counterclaims In Trademark Litigation

In Already LLC. v. Nike, Inc. the Supreme Court recently held that a broad covenant not to sue hinders defendant’s … Continue Reading