...advances in genetic science collided with entrenched...the Public Patent Foundation. Ravicher...at The National Law Journal...
Originally Published: the_litigation_daily
Reversing decades of federal patent awards, the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously ruled that human genes and the information they encode are not patent-eligible
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...Departments of Defense, Energy, and Commerce, along with NASA and the National Science Foundation. But the legal waters for 3-D printing are...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
...provision specifically prohibits the Commerce and Justice departments, NASA and the National Science Foundation from buying an information technology system that is "produced, manufactured...
Wikipedia is a popular source of information, in part because search engines prioritize the wiki in search results, says Gardere Wynne partner Peter Vogel. When will it become acceptable legal citati
...The responsible use and scrutiny of science in the courtroom is central to a fair trial. But revelations about...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
When Edward Chang was a software engineer at Microsoft, he helped develop an embryonic Windows mobile phone. These days, he uses his tech skills to catch bad guys who commit computer crimes
...Responsible Internet Domain Oversight. On Nov. 10, the Association of National Advertisers, the coalition's leader, ...
The LawMeets website, brainchild of a Drexel University law professor, takes the idea of an in-person transactional law competition and expands it using the internet
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