Expert Rulings, News, & Commentary
BullsEye is a weekly column that focuses on ethical issues surrounding the use of expert witnesses, how to best utilize experts, and the changes in relevant case law. We sift through the latest court rulings, legislation, and commentary that matter most to litigators and experts alike. To submit an original article for consideration, please email email@example.com.
To surcharge or not to surcharge? That is the question. However, when the separate inquiry of whether to call high prices “surcharges” or low prices discounts became the ...
“Calculating alternate route.” This is Google’s way of telling us: “Things are going to be difficult this way. Let me help.” If you’ve ever found ...
With Apple willing to pay $365M to acquire the Touch ID technology from a board that seemed willing to go into the gaping lion’s mouth of litigation to make the merger happen, ...
If another athletic wear company comes to mind when you see “Puppy Armour” you would be Exhibit A in a current trademark suit filed by Under Armour against Puppy Arm...
Last year, a federal district judge thought he had come up with a unique way of handling expert witnesses: forcing them all to testify and quarrel with one another at the same time. ...
“I can see Russia from my house.” We all remember this line. Did anyone think that made Palin an expert on foreign policy? Likely not. But, how much experience is r...
Visa and MasterCard have the payment card market cornered - but at what cost? According to Home Depot, $750 million in excessive transaction fees last year. This is the basis for its...
Technically only €87M, but who’s counting? After acquiring BASF’s 500+ PHOLED patent portfolio, Universal Display Corporation is expected to be the frontrunner when ...
It’s fun to chase virtual Pokémon characters into high-rises, subways, and homes, but has the information at the heart of the game put millions of players at risk?