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Political Gerrymandering in Today's Technological Landscape

February 7, 2023

With increasing partisan polarization and reduction in voting across party lines, redistricting schemes implemented by state legislatures are one of the most important tools legislatures

The Potential for Copyright Law as a Helpful Framework for Liability in Medicine

February 6, 2023

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) models are quickly becoming more common in the medical space. One such use, for example, is a

How Poor Legal Technology at the Supreme Court Leaked the Dobbs Draft and Helped the Perpetrator Get Away

January 30, 2023

Public Report Reveals Outdated Technology at the Supreme Court

On May 2, 2022, Politico reported it had obtained a draft of the Supreme Court’s long-anticipated

AI-Generated Images: The First Lawsuit

January 25, 2023

            On January 13, three artists filed a class-action lawsuit against a number of artificial intelligence (AI) companies, alleging copyright violations arising out of the

The Murky Intellectual Property Future of Schedule I Drugs

January 16, 2023

Cannabis, psilocybin, MDMA, and many other psychoactive drugs remain Schedule I Drugs under the Controlled Substances Act. They remain explicitly illegal at the federal level,

AI Infringement: Can Artists Sue AIs for Appropriations?

December 6, 2022

The year 2022 is destined to have its place in the chronicle of AI-related legal disputes since this year, not only did the Copyright Office

Gonzalez v. Google: The Impending Threat to §230

November 21, 2022

§230 is often referred to as the “twenty-six words that created the internet.” The statute, passed by Congress in 1996, has immunized websites and platforms

FDA Allows California Company’s Lab-Grown Chicken Production to Move Forward Robert Larese

November 21, 2022

The United Nation’s forecast of the world population reached eight billion last week.[1]  Many mouths to feed.  Just twelve years ago, the world

Deficiencies of the U.S. patent system in view of the COVID-19 pandemic

November 14, 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic raised the question of whether the U.S. patent system should accomplish more than purely incentivize innovation. As Prof. Mariam Marcowitz-Bitton suggests, there

The EU Digital Markets Act Enters into Force

November 7, 2022

While the U.S. Congress is considering whether and how to regulate Big Tech, the European Union adopted one of the most far-reaching