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Cell Phone Technology Expert Testifies in RICO Trial

Cell Phone Technology Expert Testifies in RICO Trial

Technology experts are called upon to report and testify on data retrieved from cellular communications as well as computers. Cell phone technology expert witness Supervisor Special Agent Jason Warren testified for the prosecution in the federal RICO trial related to the slaying of Waynesboro, Virginia, reserve police Capt. Kevin Quick. A member of the FBI Cellular Analysis Survey Team, the expert described how cellphones are used to track a user’s location.

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Video Game Experts & Xbox 360 Class Action

Video Game Experts & Xbox 360 Class Action

Video game expert witnesses are experienced with several areas of technology, including software engineering, electronics, software patents, user interface, game play, and hardware engineering. These technology experts may consult on consumer electronics as well as the video game industry.

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Computer Engineering Expert Witnesses & Apple Decision

Computer Engineering Expert Witnesses & Apple Decision

What areas of computer engineering may experts consult and testify on? They may consult on computer architecture and organization, embedded processors systems, hardware technologies and more. Today, the Northern District of California case against Apple over notebooks described as defective by the plaintiffs was dismissed by Judge William Alsup. While the class action (URIEL MARCUS and BENEDICT VERCELES, on behalf of themselves and all others similarly situated, Plaintiffs, v. APPLE INC., Defendant) claimed that Apple sold defective MacBook, MacBook Pro, and MacBook Air notebooks, Alsup stated that plaintiffs failed to prove that the notebooks were not up to quality standards.

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Patent & Electrical Engineering Expert Witness Testifies In $13.4B SmartMetric Case

Electrical engineering and patent expert witness Edward Gussin gave testimony in the SmartMetric, Inc. patent case against Visa, Inc. and MasterCard International. SmartMetric is seeking $13.4B in damages and royalties in the US Court of Appeals, 9th Cir. (11-cv-7126). SmartMetric, Inc., developed a biometric fingerprint reader that sits inside a credit card and is powered with a rechargeable lithium battery.

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Expert Witness Analyzes RFID Evidence

Expert Witness Analyzes RFID Evidence

Plaintiffs in an employee-based lawsuit against a Midwestern factory used RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology to gather data regarding work practices that was then reviewed by an expert witness.

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Computer Expert On Google Patent Case

Computer Expert On Google Patent Case

The patent at issue in the patent infringement trial of Bright Response v. Google and Yahoo is not valid, an expert witness claimed last week. “My opinion is the ‘947 patent is invalid for obviousness and anticipation,” Dr. L. Karl Branting, a computer scientist hired by the defense to make a judgment about the patent’s validity, said as the trial continued here in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas.

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