In a rare collaboration within the technology industry, Apple, AOL, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Twitter and Yahoo have launched a campaign to convince the U.S. government to restrict the amount of spying it does online.
The Senate is poised on Tuesday to confirm Patricia Millett to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, making her the first nominee approved under a new, streamlined procedure that could deliver a pre-holiday rush of judges to the bench.
The latest hearing over a breached protective order in Apple v. Samsung featured plenty of fireworks but no resolution as to what remedy may be imposed on Samsung and Quinn Emanuel for mishandling sensitive information related to a licensing deal between Apple and Nokia.
Should law students be required to complete 15 hours of practical skills coursework before they graduate? The ABA's Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar didn't think so in August, but has now revived debate over the issue.
Worldwide intellectual property patent filings grew at their fastest pace in almost two decades in 2012, with China outpacing all other countries for both number of filings and rate of growth, according to the UN World Intellectual Property Organization.
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