In an article on TechPolicyDaily.com—the voice of American Enterprise Institute’s Center for Internet, Communications, and Technology Policy—Professor Babette Boliek discusses legal issues related to
In a short video on the Federalist Society website, Professor Gregory McNeal—an expert on drones and topics related to security, technology, and crime—discusses the Federal Av
In a short video on the Federalist Society website, Professor Gregory McNeal—an expert on drones and topics related to security, technology, and crime—discusses drones and property rights, and a
In an article for MedCityNews, attorney John Greenleaf introduces and then briefly highlights a position paper by the American College of Physicians (ACP) and Federation of State Medical Boards (FSM
In the New Hampshire Business Review, Paul Bauer and Christopher Hawkins analyze the potential liabilities of drones and the need for tailored insurance policies to cover the
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
Can robots be lawyers? Some clients might say they wouldn’t notice the difference.
According to a recent 7th Circuit US Court of Appeals opinion authored by Judge Posner, the answer is “no.” In a Forbes article, Nick Sibilla of the Institute of Justice wrote about the case—Backpage.com, LLC v. Dart—and court’s opinion:
New Federal Rule of Civil Procedure (FRCP) amendments—mostly concerning e-discovery and Rules 26(b)(1) and 37(e)—took effect earlier this month.
The US Commercial Space Launch Competitiveness Act has been signed into law. The landmark legislation includes in relevant part: