Lawyers USA takes a closer look at some new apps targeted at attorneys.
In a major milestone in the smartphone patent wars, a federal jury has found that Apple Inc. infringed on three patents in its iPhone with regard to the camera feature and the handling and rejection of calls.
But did his use of an alleged drug dealer’s iPhone run afoul of the Fourth Amendment?
Lawyers USA has rounded up another batch of useful apps and websites for lawyers on the go. From searching for ethics opinions on a smartphone to personalizing an accident app for clients to an app that can remind you to well, remember things, attorneys have even more reasons to be mobile.
Apple is giving people that were dissatisfied with the performance of their Iphone 4 the choice between a rubber band or $15.
That is the result of the class action lawsuit that was filed against the company when users complained that their magic phone would drop calls or lose signal whenever it was held in a certain way.
There are an estimated half a million apps available at the App Store, with more every day. Here are some of the apps that lawyers have vetted and call their favorites.
Published: August 3, 2011
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As lawyers increasingly perform their work on the go using mobile devices, work-related applications are more important than ever before. Lawyers USA has compiled the following handful of useful apps for lawyers.
The U.S Department of Labor has launched an app that helps employees track the hours they work and determine the wages they are owed.