People tend to think of the law as slow-moving, immutable and disconnected from daily life. And lawyers have a reputation of being cautious and resistant to change. But in fact, when technology or sweeping changes are necessary to better serve their clients, improve access to … [Read more...] about 100 innovations in law
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The news and social media commentary of late reveals considerable discomfort with the idea that “drones,” or Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), could be used to collect images and data for commercial purposes. The idea that a flying machine —say, a 6-inch … [Read more...] about Drones to Satellites: Should Commercial Aerial Data Collection Regulations Differ by Altitude?
Energy and Climate DebateCongress returns for a brief post-August recess session September 10, and when it does, the first thing on the agenda will be passing a six month Continuing Resolution to keep the federal government funded for the first six months of fiscal year 2013.Over … [Read more...] about Energy and Environment Update – September 9, 2012
Leading the Past WeekFor the first week since Labor Day, it felt like things were finally quieting down in our nation’s Capital. Perhaps everyone was too busy watching the World Series. In the House, the lower chamber passed two Dodd-Frank related bills, … [Read more...] about Financial Services Legislative and Regulatory Update – November 4, 2013
Welcome to the New World IntroductionSocial media is a revolution in the way in which corporations communicate with consumers. This White Paper will help you to maximize the huge potential benefits of this revolution and protect against the inherent legal risks surrounding this … [Read more...] about Network Interference: A Legal Guide to the Commercial Risks and Rewards of the Social Media Phenomenon