Mozilla chief legal officer Denelle Dixon-Thayer explains tech’s amicus briefs in support of Apple.
Washington wakes up to patent trolls. More with Engine’s Julie Samuels.
Theo Schwabacher pushes for more women in the boardroom. Is legislation the answer?
California’s legislature debates a non-enforceable quota for women on boards.
AB 2365 would make it illegal for a business to prohibit customers from writing bad reviews. Santa Clara University law professor Eric Goldman explains.
Rocket Lawyer chairman Charley Moore explains how companies in crisis can get ahead of bad news.
Airware CEO Jonathan Downey is in the right place at the right time.
Rackspace SVP and general counsel Alan Schoenbaum says Silicon Valley needs to push back on patent attacks.
TrackingPoint firearms CEO Jason Schauble on a rife which can hit any target at 1,000 yards.
(But he's allowed to leave.) Chris Redlitz creates The Last Mile program to teach business skills to San Quentin inmates.
The former San Quentin inmate hopes to become an entrepreneur.
Rocket Lawyer founder Charley Moore revolutionizes the legal profession. Plus Scott McGrew tears up his will.
The pink mustached startup escapes a cease and desist letter and expands into Los Angeles.
Attorney Elliot Peters was in the middle of court paperwork when he heard his client had hanged himself. Peters discusses the high-profile case and the ...
Wired writer Joshua Davis watched software pioneer turned fugitive John McAfee play Russian roulette. Twice.
The jury foreman in the Apple Samsung trial signed his name to the billion dollar verdict.
Can you record your own arrest? Can a cop read your text messages?
EFF attorney Hanni Fakhoury.
Mozilla Foundation CEO Gary Kovacs discusses new "do not track" technology to protect internet users.