“All Thumbs” Revisited: Mobile Biometrics, Your Data & the Law

I have previously posted on the topic of biometrics and the 5th Amendment (especially in the context of mobile technology).  A reprint of my initial article can be found in the November 2016 issue of the Texas Bar Journal.  Now, it seems the debate on this issue may heat-up – in a May 26, 2016 […]

PRESS: “More Than Meets the iOS” Post Republished in the July Issue of the Texas Bar Journal

I feel truly blessed that the Texas Bar Journal sought to reprint my first blog post this year in their July Issue! My original post set forth my observations about the Apple/FBI standoff and where it was leading – in a direction that is eye-opening to say the least.  I am humbled that the Texas […]

Fair Use Does Not Mean Your Use Is Fair: 3 Reasons Why the #Oracle/Google Litigation Matters to Your Business

There’s no way around it – virtually every business today uses some form of software in providing its goods and services to its customers. From software-as-a-service solutions to custom-developed code, software has become an indispensable business need, especially as customer solutions expand to the mobile application space.   Without question, software impacts your business and its […]