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Gatekeeping at Airport Security: How Imaging Technology Threatens LGBTQ+ Safety

November 26, 2023

In the US, recent air travelers have become all-too-familiar with airport security protocol. Yet, few frequent fliers

NIS2 - Europe’s Strengthened Cybersecurity Regime

November 6, 2023

The European Parliamentary Research Service describes the Network and Information Security (NIS) Directive as the first

Genetic Justice: A Balancing Act

November 6, 2023

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

October 21, 2023

The Sunshine state is known for its beaches and real estate. However, recent events and trends may

Regulating Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing

October 21, 2023

What is direct-to-consumer (DTC) genetic testing?  Think of a company like 23andMe. You, as a consumer,

Warning: ChatGPT may produce inaccurate information about people, places, or facts.

April 18, 2023

Earlier this month, an Australian mayor threatened to sue ChatGPT for defamation over the chatbot’s claim that he was found guilty in a corporate bribery

AI Regulation and Liability

April 10, 2023

Who is liable, and why, if a self-driving car crashes?

Such questions, and their derivatives as they relate to new generative artificial intelligence interfaces like ChatGPT

Glimpse into the future; Lawyering in the age of artificial intelligence

April 4, 2023

The advent of the Information Age has made technology ubiquitous in our daily lives. It has improved not only how we conduct our day-to-day lives

TikTok on the Chopping Block: Would a Nationwide Ban Violate the First Amendment?

April 4, 2023

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

March 28, 2023

During recent years, the Western District of Texas has been the busiest federal court for patent lawsuits in the US.[i] However, before July