How is AI Informing the Global Health and Business Response to 2019-nCOV?
March 4, 2020
While health organizations and communities race to diagnose, treat, and stem the spread of 2019-nCoV with new views provided by use of AI, businesses and markets are bracing for impact with many unknowns.
IMS Insights Podcast: Episode 5- A Deeper Look Into the World of Electric Vehicles
August 7, 2019
We sit down with Dr. Bill Bysinger, an expert from the IMS network, who has recently launched a company focused on the power management systems within Electric Vehicles, to discuss the potential roadblocks this industry can face, and it's pertinence within the world of complex litigation.
Hospital Antitrust Skirmish Over Economist
January 17, 2015
Antitrust law is designed to help the Davids of the world maintain a level playing field with the Goliaths. This assertion was tested in a recent case between two primary care medical groups, in which the plaintiff sought to block the acquisition of another medical group by the defendant under the argument that the acquisition would allow the defendant to secure a dominant market share of the adult primary care market in Nampa, Idaho. Read more to learn if the court preserved this level-playing-field objective.
Inventor Testimony in Patent Litigation
October 10, 2014
The long-running technology and Internet boom has spawned extensive patent litigation as companies seek an edge over competitors by suing for infringement. Many of the entrepreneurial founders of technology companies are themselves extremely knowledgeable about the technologies on which their businesses are based. As such, parties often perceive