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Comcast patent purchase fails to deliver desired result

USA - October 25 2017 An Eastern District of Pennsylvania jury decision confirmed that when apportionment calculations for complex technologies do not clearly demonstrate

Court relies on patent context to uphold $70 million trade secrets award

USA - October 11 2017 The decision in CardiAQ v Neovasc highlights the risks that innovators run when they choose not to patent and instead to hold patent-eligible subject-matter innovations

East meets West: the cultural impact on eDiscovery

Asia-Pacific, Global, USA - June 18 2015 Made up of 48 countries, Asia is the largest and most populous continent on earth1. As there is no clear geographical separation between Asia and

Information governance: trust is good; control is better

Global, USA - May 8 2015 Speaking to corporate officers about Information Governance is similar to cautioning my toddler to hold on to the railing when she descends the

Comcast patent purchase fails to deliver desired result

USA - October 25 2017 An Eastern District of Pennsylvania jury decision confirmed that when apportionment calculations for complex technologies do not clearly demonstrate

Court relies on patent context to uphold $70 million trade secrets award

USA - October 11 2017 The decision in CardiAQ v Neovasc highlights the risks that innovators run when they choose not to patent and instead to hold patent-eligible subject-matter innovations

East meets West: the cultural impact on eDiscovery

Asia-Pacific, Global, USA - June 18 2015 Made up of 48 countries, Asia is the largest and most populous continent on earth1. As there is no clear geographical separation between Asia and

Information governance: trust is good; control is better

Global, USA - May 8 2015 Speaking to corporate officers about Information Governance is similar to cautioning my toddler to hold on to the railing when she descends the