Christopher Rucinski is a managing director at Aon, specializing in computer science and intellectual property litigation, including patent, trade secret, copyright, and trademark cases. He has served as an expert witness in federal court (both deposition and trial ...
We’ve spent the last two posts describing the most basic levels of system software. Most recently, we considered how a series of boot loaders create and enforce a chain of trust. Consumer devices didn’t include this feature in ...Read More
In our previous post, we described how the early moments of smartphone power-on involve a set of boot loaders sequentially handing off control after making incremental progress. These increasingly complex programs essentially run a relay race to bring ...Read More
Not so many years ago, sitting down at a computer meant waiting several minutes for it to start. By contrast, our phones are nearly always on, typically only needing to be restarted when the battery runs out or ...Read More
During discovery, litigants request and receive information and documents from each other that are relevant to the case so that both sides can learn the facts and develop their legal strategies around them. As technical experts, we often ...Read More