Articles about Litigation

Sam Malek Provides Deposition Testimony in Home Security Case

Professor Sam Malek, renowned expert in distributed software and mobile software, provided deposition testimony in a patent infringement lawsuit.

Innovation Act Aims to Curb Patent Trolling

On December 5, the House passed H.R. 3309, also known as the Innovation Act, by a wide margin of 325-91. The bill now moves to the Senate.

The Role of the US International Trade Commission

The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) is a quasi-judicial organization led by a bi-partisan team of six commissioners.

Protective Orders for Computer Source Code

Important advice on how to negotiate protective order terms for each particular review, saving time and money in the long run.

Code Review of Android and Windows Devices Completed

Software consultants at Quandary Peak recently completed an lengthy, in-depth source code review of twenty-nine mobile devices running the Android, Windows Mobile, and Windows Phone 7 operating systems.

Rationales for Software Patent Protection

Do the unique characteristics of software, in contrast to other forms of technology, make the traditional rationales used to justify patents less valid for software patents?