California Jurors Award Apple Over $1B in Intellectual Property Lawsuit Against Samsung

Nov 20, 2012 By: Jury Verdicts

 Apple Inc. v. Samsung Electronics Co. (Cal. Super. Ct.) Apple Awarded More Than $1 Billion for Infringement  2012 WL 4078433 Verdict Summary  2012

Apple’s iPhone: Law Enforcement Nightmare?

Aug 15, 2012 By: Craig Blakeley and Jeff Matsuura

Security experts consider Apple’s most recent generation of products to be some of the most secure consumer communications devices currently available — maybe a bit too secure.

Blurred lines: Current landscape of GPS tracking in the workplace and outside it — Part Two

Aug 3, 2012 By: Mary Grams

As tablets and smartphones provide greater connection for employees in the workplace, employers also have vastly improved ability to track employees and ensure they are working.

Blurred lines: Current landscape of GPS tracking in the workplace and outside it — Part One

Aug 1, 2012 By: Mary Grams

As tablets and smartphones provide greater connection for employees in the workplace, employers also have vastly improved ability to track employees and ensure they are working.

WESTLAW NEXT Tip of the Week: Sending a Document to Kindle

May 28, 2012 By: Kim Ellenberg

Send WestlawNext® documents to your Kindle™ and conveniently take your research with you wherever you go, without wasting paper. Documents are formatted

Cyberlaw Update: Secret upskirt videos of employees aren’t protected data

May 16, 2012 By: Jeremy Byellin

A court recently dismissed a counterclaim by an employer against former employees for deleting data from his iPhone and iPad, which they allege was hidden upskirt video taken of them.

WESTLAW NEXT Tip of the Week: Using KeyCite on your Smartphone

Apr 2, 2012 By: Kim Ellenberg

There’s nothing worse than citing law that has been overruled or changed. Stay on top of it with KeyCite® – where you

WESTLAW NEXT Tip of the Week: Navigating WestlawNext on Your Smartphone

Mar 26, 2012 By: Kim Ellenberg

Combine your smartphone with WestlawNext® Mobile and you can do legal research just about anywhere. Whether you’re researching during your subway commute,

Court of Appeals: Cell phones can be searched without a warrant

Mar 2, 2012 By: Jeremy Byellin

The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled that cell phones can be searched without a warrant if incident to an arrest, opening the doors for police abuse.

Hot Docs: Mobile software maker sued for logging keystrokes, texts

Dec 8, 2011 By: Jeremy Byellin

Carrier IQ is facing class action lawsuits for creating software used on mobile devices to log keystrokes, web history, numbers dials, texts, and much more

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