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Proposition 22 Marks Another Turn in the Battle Over California's Gig Economy

November 21, 2020

On November 3, California asked its voters to consider twelve statewide propositions.[1] These ballot measures included four legislative constitutional amendments, seven initiatives, and

STLR Link Roundup - November 20, 2020

November 20, 2020

Google Faces More Than the DOJ, as Antitrust Lawsuits Mount

Plaintiff’s lawyer, Cuneo, who brought an antitrust class action against Google, has now moved to

How Technology is Shaping the Future Lawyer

November 17, 2020

Technology has been a powerful catalyst for change in industries across the globe.[1] As COVID-19 flipped our world upside down seemingly overnight in

STLR Link Roundup - November 15, 2020

November 15, 2020

Amazon to Face EU Antitrust Probe

Amazon is facing an investigation by the European Commission regarding its potential breach of EU antitrust laws. In its

Progressive Prosecution, Meet Intelligence-Driven Prosecution

November 12, 2020

Calls for Criminal Justice Reform

Among the many issues that were at stake in last week’s election, it was a chance for voters to weigh in

DOE Has Big News for Small Modular Nuclear Reactors

November 10, 2020

Is bigger always better? Nuclear generators are no longer quite so sure. In fact, in the past few months, three of the ten largest nuclear

STLR Link Roundup - November 6, 2020

November 6, 2020

Legal Tech AI Can't Outsmart Copyright—but Might Not Need to

The issue of just how vital copyrighted data may or may not be to AI

STLR Link Roundup - October 30, 2020

October 30, 2020

International Statement: End-To-End Encryption and Public Safety

On October 11, the Department of Justice released its statement on end-to-end encryption as it pertains to public

COVID Vaccines and The Threat of Predatory Pricing

October 27, 2020

With pharmaceutical companies marching inexorably toward successfully developing a COVID-19 vaccine, debate has erupted over who will have the eventual rights of ownership and pricing

CRISPR-Cas9: A Nobel Prize and an Ongoing Patent Battle

October 22, 2020

Within the last decade, the genome editor known as CRISPR-Cas9, short for clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats and CRISPR-associated protein 9, has become one