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Practice Manager Pro

Practice Manager Pro is a fully integrated software management application to manage your law firm's contacts, matters, billings and...

October 14, 2014 By gxCommerce

CxO Talk: Can a CIO and CMO be friends?

On this week's show, the CMO of legal information provider, LexisNexis, and CIO of Seton Hill University share advice on enterprise relationships, software, and selling advice to vendors.

April 2, 2013

Legal Sale Pro

Legalsale Pro allows you to sale your legal services online. Your clients will click a link from your website and complete the process...

October 14, 2014 By gxCommerce

Downloaded software can be resold, says top EU lawyer

Downloaded software can be resold just as software on physical media can, the advocate-general of the Court of Justice of the European Union has said in a legal opinion.Downloaded software can be resold just as software on physical media can, according to an opinion published by a lawyer at the Court of Justice of the European Union.

April 24, 2012 by

RTG Bills And RTG Timer

RTG Bills is a time and billing program for sole practitioners and law firms. You can enter hourly rates, fixed fees, and expenses....

September 25, 2014 By RTG Data Systems

My fight with Microsoft: why APIs need to be free

With Oracle choosing APIs as a legal battleground on which to tangle with Google's Android, I'm reminded of another time when APIs were used in lieu of competitive products in an attempt to control a marketplace.In another life, I was a software developer.

April 18, 2012 by

iSoft ex-CEO supported CSC buy: investor

One of the key investors in troubled e-health software giant iSOFT has claimed that the company's former executive chairman Gary Cohen was supportive of a buyout of the company by IT services giant CSC — despite the fact that Cohen last week filed legal proceedings in what appeared to be an attempt to block part of the acquisition.

April 17, 2011 by

Black Duck gets Bigger

Black Duck Software, once known better for legal advice to companies considering using open-source software is becoming a one-stop, open-source business advisor for enterprises.

January 10, 2011 by

Samsung, LG hit with Android patent infringement suit

Administrative software and internet technology company Vertical Computer Systems has filed a legal complaint alleging that Samsung, LG and Interwoven have built products that use its patented technology.The filing — made on Monday — relates to two patents (numbered 6,826,744 and 7,716,629) granted to Vertical which cover a "system and method for generating web sites in an arbitrary object framework".

November 17, 2010 by

IBM buys data analysis company PSS

The company has confirmed its purchase of software maker PSS, which specialises in data analysis from a legal standpoint

October 14, 2010

Downloaded software presents legal woes

A court decision ruling that the supply of software through a digital download mechanism is not a supply of "goods" has been upheld in the Supreme Court of NSW, setting a precedent that software downloaded via the internet is not protected by the Sale of Goods Act.

May 6, 2010 by

Is Prefab legal?

James Fogarty and Morgan Dixon say Prefab can make all software open source, by opening up all user interfaces to open replication. But is it legal?

April 1, 2010 by

The EULA ... your views

The other day I called for an end of the EULA madness - the pages of meaningless legal gobbledygook that end users are expected to read, and agree to, when installing new software.

October 9, 2009 by

You Have to Wonder...

Where Skype is getting their legal/managerial/marketing advice, or at least vetting... In addition to the ridiculous scandal over eBay having paid billions and not gotten the most critical piece of the software, we now are flooded with news about Skype running "misleading" adverts about their video service.

August 19, 2009 by

Apple withdraws legal threats against Bluwiki

OdioWorks LLC runs a free and open wiki service called BluWiki which has drawn threats from Apple's legal department for hosting a wiki for iTunesDB.Apple's issue is that iTunesDB is an attempt to learn about iTunes' database file system and create third-party software that can replicate the sync functionality of iTunes for iPhones and iPods without forcing users to run Apple's own media software.

July 23, 2009 by

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