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By: Catriona Collins , Lexis Practice Advisor
While there have been no changes to U.S. intellectual property law as a direct result of the coronavirus crisis, the pandemic has changed the world in which intellectual property licenses operate. This article examines licensing issues that intellectual...
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CORONAVIRUS SPREAD CREATES UNCERTAINTY FOR BUSINESSES AND THEIR COUNSEL
AS THE CORONAVIRUS CONTINUES ITS SPREAD FROM China to Europe and the United States, the World Health Organization (WHO...
By: Ethan Horwitz , Carlton Fields
Malpractice cases are on the rise—and the amounts in issue are rising significantly as well. A recent survey of legal malpractice cases found that after “several years of stability,” the number of new malpractice claims was on the rise. 1 That survey...
By: Christopher E. Loh , Venable LLP
The rise of antibody-based treatments in the pharmaceuticals market has been accompanied by developments in U.S. patent law that may adversely affect the scope of intellectual property protections available for such treatments. Some of those developments concern...
AMAZON’S DATA STORAGE VIOLATES ILLINOIS BIOMETRIC PRIVACY LAW, STATE RESIDENTS ALLEGE
AMAZON WEB SERVICES IS VIOLATING THE ILLINOIS Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA), 740 Ill. Comp. Stat. Ann. 14/1, by allowing commercial customers to use its cloud storage services to house employees’...
By: Belinda J. Scrimenti , Pattishall, Mcauliffe, Newbury, Hilliard & Geraldson LLP
Digital technology has led to innovative advertising and marketing. Brand owners are increasingly using the technology to create and protect new forms of trademarks, consisting of motion, holograms, and other multimedia...
SAN FRANCISCO ADOPTS ORDINANCE BANNING CITY’S USE OF FACIAL RECOGNITION TECHNOLOGY
SAN FRANCISCO HAS BECOME THE FIRST CITY IN THE United States to ban the use of facial recognition technology to identify individuals. As a result, city agencies, including the police department, will be prohibited...