Bitcoin and the S.E.C.

Jan 24, 2018 By: Bevan Phillips

SEC Guidance A thermometer measuring Bitcoin right now would shatter. Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin are “red-hot” following a banner year where Bitcoin (the first,

Data Privacy Changes 2018

Jan 16, 2018 By: Kelsey Gilmore

Data privacy and security are rapidly developing and changing areas in the law.  Tracking Technologies: Privacy and Data Security Issues is an

Atari Breaks Out its Registrations in Kit Kat Attack

Aug 24, 2017 By: Adam Riley

On Thursday, August 17, 2017, Atari Interactive, Inc. filed suit against Nestlé based on an advertising campaign that began in 2016 for Nestlé’s

Potential Legal Battle over Controversial Google Memo

Aug 16, 2017 By: Maria Mitchell

Did the Google Memo cross the line of Free Speech and move into creating a hostile work environment? This is question that

Legal Implications Surrounding Bitcoin

Jun 22, 2017 By: Kelsey Gilmore

Bitcoin has been making its way into the news and into legal discussion for the past couple years and more so now as

Ethical Conundrums in AI

May 11, 2017 By: Kelsey Gilmore

Artificial intelligence and robotics are developing in almost every field and providing a real benefit to society and professions. This article will examine

Congress Restricts Ticket-Buying “Bots”

Dec 19, 2016 By: Jeff Matsuura

The United States Congress recently passed the “Better Online Ticket Sales Act” (BOTS Act).

The Legal Profession’s Obligation to Monitor Evolving Technology

Dec 13, 2016 By: Jeff Matsuura

The American Bar Association and approximately 14 states now require that lawyers remain informed regarding benefits and risks associated with the use of technology in support of the practice of law.

Federal Magistrate Approves Use of Twitter for Service of Process

Nov 29, 2016 By: Jeff Matsuura

Federal Magistrate Judge Laurel Beeler in San Francisco has reportedly approved use of Twitter for service of process involving an international party.

Stanford Researchers Request Court Unseal Surveillance Requests

Nov 21, 2016 By: Jeff Matsuura

Two researchers affiliated with Stanford University have asked federal court to unseal law enforcement requests of private parties related to electronic monitoring and surveillance activities.

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