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An M&A deal is always exciting for both the buyer and seller. For some companies, it is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, while others may go through
The controversy surrounding the online provider Megaupload serves as a timely reminder of the serious concerns that should be addressed when businesses use cloud computing services.
The ability to secure and even improve your company's competitive position is often based on obtaining and periodically evaluating the breadth and depth of your intellectual property (IP) rights.
In mid-October, the influential United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit heard oral arguments in a $1-billion battle over the responsibility of Internet intermediaries for infringing content posted by third parties on their systems.
Today, President Obama signed into law the most comprehensive reform to U.S. patent law in over 50 years.
In Super Cassettes Industries Ltd. v. MySpace, Inc., an Indian court ruled against MySpace, granting interim relief to the owner of a large collection of Bollywood songs and films in a copyright infringement suit over user uploads to the social networking site.
Companies are reporting a significant increase in intellectual property seizures at U.S. ports in recent months, resulting in increased supply chain disruptions
A recent lawsuit by SocialApps LLC (dba take(5) social and playSocial) accuses Zynga of copyright infringement, theft of trade secret and various other acts concerning Farmville.
The difference between the "owner" and the "author" of a work cannot be overstated.