Tracking Facebook’s Botched IPO

May 24, 2012 By: West Reference Attorneys

It’s getting hard to track the myriad research issues related to Facebook’s botched IPO.  First, a technical glitch delayed  trading by half

Nokia’s Vibrating Tattoo

Apr 12, 2012 By: West Reference Attorneys

Earlier this week, I read a very interesting story about Nokia’s  patent application for tattoos inserted under the skin that alerts a

Stand Your Ground

Apr 4, 2012 By: West Reference Attorneys

In the wake of the Trayvon Martin killing by George Zimmerman on February 26th, Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” law has come under

To Uphold Or Not To Uphold: Health Care Reform’s Fate In The Hands of The Justices

Mar 30, 2012 By: West Reference Attorneys

Many are calling the U.S. Supreme Court hearings on the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PL 111-148, March

KONY 2012: “Historical” Search

Mar 23, 2012 By: West Reference Attorneys

The KONY 2012 video now has nearly 84 million views. The video, produced by the non-profit,  Invisible Children ,  feature’s Joseph Kony, a

Sticks, Stones, Cell Phones

Mar 20, 2012 By: West Reference Attorneys

The relative ease of electronic delivery allows bullies to say mean things about others instantly and oftentimes, anonymously.  One may think that

Recount: Research inspired by the movie

Feb 1, 2012 By: West Reference Attorneys

I finally got around to watching the movie Recount last weekend.  It wasn’t until after I finished watching that I realized I

SOPA Resistance Day

Jan 18, 2012 By: West Reference Attorneys

It’s a big day in the copyright world.  Golan v. Holder was decided today by the Supreme Court.  See 2012 WL 125436. 

Supreme Court Blotter: FCC v. Fox TV

Jan 11, 2012 By: West Reference Attorneys

In Fox v. FCC,  the Second Circuit held that the FCC’s indecency policy is impermissibly vague and violates free speech.  The citation

Supreme Court Blotter: Kappos v. Hyatt

Jan 9, 2012 By: West Reference Attorneys

The Supreme Court is back to business Monday, January 9th. The court will hear 3 cases Perry v. Perez/Perry v. Davis, Kappos