If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a computer-generated animation is no doubt a powerful courtroom tool. But while the use of CGAs is becoming more common in litigation to illustrate the testimony of expert witnesses, their admissibility in many states remains uncertain.
Singer and songwriter Jackson Browne is not amused that his song "Running On Empty" has been used in a television commercial for John McCain and against Barack Obama.
New legislation that would rewrite the rules governing foreign surveillance wiretaps is making its way through the Senate Judiciary Committee. The legislation's content is predictable: The GOP-controlled Congress is giving the President essentially what he wants, by approving his NSA wiretapping program.
The nation's leading court on patent law has ruled that the Canadian company that makes the popular BlackBerry wireless e-mail device engaged in patent infringement.
One law firm is turning to technology to track when attorneys and staff go in and out of the office. And you thought your law firm was tough.
A woman who was sued for allegedly sharing copyrighted music files over the Internet can proceed with two of her claims against a company retained by the Recording Industry Association of America to collect "settlements" from accused file-sharers, a federal judge in Seattle has ruled.
A look into the changing culture of law firms and corporate legal departments.
Retailer Land's End will get a trial in its case against defendants accused of profiting from the company's online affiliate program through a scheme that gave "typosquatting" a new twist.
If you're a Web provider, publisher, author, or developer and you peruse the popular press, your sleep is probably punctuated by kafkaesque nightmares in which legions of lawyers swoop down upon you in some sort of horrific CourtTV remake of The Birds.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department committed copyright infringement by installing software on more computers than it had licenses for even though it configured the network to allow simultaneous access to only the number of copies it had paid for, the 9th Circuit has ruled.