NIS2 - Europe’s Strengthened Cybersecurity Regime
The European Parliamentary Research Service describes the Network and Information Security (NIS) Directive as the first
Genetic Justice: A Balancing Act
The Utah Legislature recently passed a new law, the “Sherry Black Bill,” named after a homicide
Who Should Florida Homeowners Blame for Their Woes: The Climate, Frivolous Lawsuits, or State Legislative Inaction? The Answer is Yes
Regulating Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing
What is direct-to-consumer (DTC) genetic testing? Think of a company like 23andMe. You, as a consumer,
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AI Regulation and Liability
Glimpse into the future; Lawyering in the age of artificial intelligence
TikTok on the Chopping Block: Would a Nationwide Ban Violate the First Amendment?
Citing privacy and national security concerns, legislators are calling for dramatic action: a sweeping nationwide ban of the Chinese-based social media platform TikTok. Proponents
The Unintended Consequences of Randomizing Patent Case Assignments in the Western District of Texas
During recent years, the Western District of Texas has been the busiest federal court for patent lawsuits in the US.[i] However, before July