We’re very excited about this year’s Nova Law Review Symposium. Each year, we bring together a fascinating cross-section of IP, cyber, and health law academics
Microsoft has quietly announced that books previously purchased were being deleted. Commercial laws should require that companies do not disable or delete products unless the contract makes very clear that it is a lease or rental agreement that specifies a clear end date. Sales and rentals are two very different transactions.
In a rare admission of responsibility, the University of Southern California has agreed to pay $50 million and apologies to the University of California, San
This week, the Supreme Court agreed to hear the petition in Georgia v. Public.Resource.Org, Inc. to answer the question regarding the copyrightability of state-authored statutory
The FDA has warned patients and health care providers that certain Medtronic MiniMed™ insulin pumps have potential cybersecurity risks. The FDA warns that “patients with
Norma Krayem of Holland & Knight has provided a very useful introduction to the new Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) rules that require much more
On June 24, 2019, in Iancu v. Brunetti, the Supreme Court found that the Lanham Act’s prohibition against of any trademark that “consists of or
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