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Blockchain in Energy: A Practical Path to Standardization

May 15, 2019 | Blog | By Mark Higgins, Jack Gilligan

Trump Administration Botnet Report Will Impact IoT Device Makers – Things You Should Know

June 25, 2018 | Blog | By Christopher Harvie, Cynthia Larose, Laura Stefani

Manufacturers of wireless devices used for Internet of Things (IoT) applications should take heed of new Trump Administration proposals aimed at reducing the cybersecurity threats from botnets and other automated and distributed attacks.
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Blockchains and Land Title Records

May 4, 2018 | Blog | By Joseph Soliman

Blockchains, best known as the technology behind digital currencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum, are beginning to be implemented in a variety of commercial applications. The technology is attracting not only financial institutions and stock exchanges, but fields as disparate as the music, diamond, healthcare, insurance, and shipping industries.
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Data centers are the twenty-first century nexus between the commercial real estate and telecommunication business sectors. Owners, operators and developers of data centers face the difficult task of continually adapting to the rapidly evolving priorities of their ever expanding clientele in order to remain competitive and appealing to the largest number of actual and potential consumers.
For all the publicity generated by the recent increase in value of Bitcoin, as well as the generally increasing awareness of the existence of blockchain technology, Greentech Media’s recent Blockchain in Energy Forum 2018 held in New York City demonstrated that the technology is incredibly young and all stakeholders—utilities, regulators, entrepreneurs, consumers and investors—are still struggling with the ultimate impact of distributed ledger systems.

The Week Ahead - US v. Microsoft at SCOTUS

February 26, 2018 | Blog | By Cynthia Larose

The Supreme Court on Tuesday will hear arguments in United States v. Microsoft Corp., in which the court will decide whether a US technology service provider, Microsoft, must obey a search warrant for data stored in a foreign country.

ClassCo, Inc. v. Apple, Inc.: A Reminder Of Obviousness Analysis Under KSR

January 6, 2017 | Blog | By Brad M Scheller, Anthony Faillaci, Kristina Cary

In ClassCo, Inc. v. Apple, Inc. the Federal Circuit upheld a decision from the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (“the Board”), which invalidated several claims of ClassCo’s US Patent No. 6,970,695 (“the ’695 patent”) that discussed caller ID technology that would verbally announce the name of an incoming caller before the call is connected.
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