Apple, Inc has filed for mistrial in $625M VirnetX lawsuit

Article Image After objecting to the closing arguments made by Caldwell, Cassady & Curry attorneys representing VirnetX, Apple has now filed a motion for mistrial in the case that awarded a $625 million verdict after just a week of testimony and deliberation.

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Google Photos helps prove man’s innocence after assault by police

There’s many arguments for automatically backing up your photos and videos to the cloud but most of these are around being able to access them from wherever you are. Just occasionally, the auto backup feature in most services proves to have real world benefits and as a man from Toronto found out, your smartphone can save you a lot of bother.

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Lawyers Pull Out Stops in Pao Trial Closing Arguments


Attorneys on Wednesday advanced their closing arguments in the $16 million sex discrimination suit brought by Ellen Pao against her former employer, Silicon Valley venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. Final arguments in the trial, which has been ongoing in the Superior Court in San Francisco for about a month, began Tuesday with Pao’s attorney, Alan Exelrod, laying out his client’s case to a jury of six men and six women. Exelrod argued that Pao’s firing from KPCB in 2012 was rooted in gender bias.

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Apple finds sympathetic ear in fight to remove antitrust monitor Bromwich

The Second U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York on Tuesday heard Apple’s arguments to dislodge lawyer Michael Bromwich from his position as external antitrust monitor, with one judge voicing concern over the methods used in his investigation.



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