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On October 6, 2010 By David Rutenberg October 3, 2010
The Washington Post reported late last week that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently changed its consumer guidance on cell phone purchases to no longer suggest that consumers concerned about cancer buy cellphones with lower radiation emissions. The change was revealed on a consumer factsheet entitled, “SAR For Cell Phones: What [...]Continue Reading →
On July 15, 2010 By Emily Beverage July 22, 2010
The story unfolds like a hybrid horror or science fiction film: a serial killer called the Grim Sleeper preys on prostitutes and drug addicts, murdering them and disposing of their bodies in dumpsters and alleyways in a south Los Angeles neighborhood. The deranged man kills at least seven women in the mid-1980’s and then [...]Continue Reading →
William Morris Endeavor Entertainment terminates representation contract with long-time client Mel Gibson over the actor’s recent behavior.
Documentary filmmaker turns legal spy for Texas law firm in Nicaraguan pesticide exposure case.
Food Channel Network sues Australia’s Television Food Network for trademark infringement.
After tense standoff [...]Continue Reading →
If you love flashing electronic billboards, California may soon be your state of choice. A new bill in the California legislature, currently under review in the Assembly Transportation Committee, would allow the DMV to partner with innovative companies, such as Hurst Chemical Company, to research and develop new e-license technology. According [...]Continue Reading →
Swedish officials arrest three for suspected copyright infringement due to use of massive piracy servers.
HTC issues Cease & Desist Order to hackers for cooked ROM and fraudulent use of its intellectual property.
IBM’s Supercomputer, “Watson,” to compete against humans on Jeopardy! for the intellectual [...]Continue Reading →
As a teenager, my youth choir toured across the United States each summer during the first few weeks of June. One summer, we stopped in Intercourse, PA (much to the delight of the middle school boys in our group) for a glimpse of the Amish way of life. Based on this experience with [...]Continue Reading →
Federal Trade Commission opens investigation into whether Apple is using its position in the market to harm competitors.
DNA introduced to bolster thirty-year old murder charges in Atlanta killings.
Vince Young facing issues off the field for misdemeanor assault and involvement in altercation in Dallas Continue Reading →
As the fallout — both figurative and literal — from the BP oil spill continues to spread, one of the components of this massive mess that has been largely overlooked is the looming e-discovery challenge on the horizon. Although the legal strategies for BP and the other companies involved in the Deepwater Horizon disaster have yet [...]Continue Reading →
Doctor charged in connection with Michael Jackson’s death, Conrad Murray, refuses to negotiate a plea; legal team begins developing defense strategy.
Rapper Jay-Z sues David Ortiz of the Boston Red Sox over name of Dominican nightclub.
Truth in Caller ID Act of 2010 makes it a crime [...]Continue Reading →
In the news . . .
Trademark disputes have already hit the Apple iPad.
New implants use human energy to power electronic devices.
eBook pricing dispute hits Amazon: how much is too much for a bestseller?
California “green rush” faces setback with new L.A. ordinance.
Television host [...]Continue Reading →
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