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TweetIn a near-unanimous verdict, Apple recently won a $1.05 billion judgment against Samsung on charges that the South Korean manufacturer copied Apple’s designs for the iPhone and iPad. The lawsuit was conducted in San Jose Federal Court in front of Judge Koh.  The jury arrived at the verdict after less than three days of deliberations. Apple […]

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TweetApple recently filed yet another lawsuit, this time in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, seeking a temporary sales ban on Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus over its alleged violation of several patents. The Galaxy Nexus uses Google’s newest version of the Android mobile operating system, the “Ice Cream Sandwich”. The Galaxy Nexus […]

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TweetLawyers are becoming more and more mobile – working remotely, traveling to meetings, back and forth to court and speaking at conferences – so it is no wonder that applications which aid in productivity have gained enormous significance. For lawyers who are always on the go, LexisNexis® recently released a completely redesigned Martindale-Hubbell® Lawyer Index […]

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TweetVery few lawyers, especially solo practitioners and those at smaller firms, spend their entire workday in their office, tethered to their desktop computer. You probably have multiple out-of-office appointments, court appearances and other activities each day that keep you on the move. That’s not such a bad thing unless your “perpetual motion” makes it difficult […]

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Tweet Heading out to dinner and want to indulge your hankering for spicy food?  Well, with today’s technology, the power to select a restaurant is literally at your fingertips.  Want to catch a late movie, but don’t want to see a clunker?  That information, too, is readily accessible on your mobile device.  What happens, though, […]

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