At the China Law Blog, Steve Dickenson explains:
In a cross-post on the Foundation for Economic Education and Cato Institute websites, Larry White briefly analyzes bitcoin’s recent victory in court, when Miami-Dade Florida circuit judge Teresa Pooler
We previously reported on the Language Creation Society's ("LCS") amicus brief in the case of Paramount Pictures Corporation v. Axana
We at Business Law Basics caution the reader against following any of the links in this article, unless you have both the time and inclination to be sucked down a rabbit-hole of wiki-sites and other curiosities. You have been warned.
At LinkedIn, Michael Crane, assistant general counsel at Capital One, uploaded a simple and direct two page handout identifying five legal concerns for communications profe
At the Wall Street Journal Law Blog, Jacob Gersham notes the “copyright clash [ ] heating up between the Ivy League publishers of The Bluebook and legal activists who are preparing
The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has declared that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office may not deny trademarks on the grounds that they "disparage" discrete groups.
At the China Law Blog, Dan Harris briefly answers this question as follows:
The Washington Redskins have filed their opening appellate brief in the case of Pro-Football Inc. v. U.S., No. 15-1874 (4th Cir.). The case arose over the U.S.
The answer is "yes" according to a Bank of Finland Research Discussion Paper by Bill Francis of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), Iftekhar Hasan of Fordham University, and Qiang Wu of the Bank of Finland.
From the abstract: