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Patent Punting: How FDA and Antitrust Courts Undermine the Hatch-Waxman Act to Avoid Dealing with Patents

By Rebecca S. Eisenberg & Daniel A. Crane

Articles, Spring 2015

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Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Lucrative Fandom: Recognizing the Economic Power of Fanworks and Reimagining Fair Use in Copyright

By Stacey M. Lantagne

Articles, Spring 2015

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Loopholes for Circumventing the Constitution: Unrestrained Bulk Surveillance on Americans by Collecting Network Traffic Abroad

By Axel Arnbak & Sharon Goldberg

Articles, Spring 2015

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No More Shortcuts: Protect Cell Site Location Data with a Warrant Requirement

By Lauren E. Babst

Notes, Spring 2015

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Voluntary Disclosure of Information as a Proposed Standard for the Fourth Amendment's Third-Party Doctrine

By Margaret E. Twomey

Notes, Spring 2015

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Blog Posts

Soaring to New Heights: Flying Cars and the Law

For decades, innovators and science fiction enthusiasts have predicted the advent of a flying car, but until recently, that vision has remained just that, a vision. Flying cars, however, may not be as far away as once thought.

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Data Privacy: Is the U.S. “Safe Harbor” Disappearing?

American companies have no choice but to operate in the European Union, and the European Union may now have the authority it needs to push back against lax American data security regulations.

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O Brave New World: Assisted Reproduction and Same-Sex Couples

As tens of thousands of babies continue to be born through IDF in the U.S. and same-sex relationships become increasingly accepted, lawyers will have the opportunity to play a role in defining what these new relationships will mean for family law issues such as adoption, divorce, surrogacy, and inheritance.

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The Future of ODR: The Promise of Advancing Technology

Even if trust and intimacy increase and technology makes virtual interaction more and more like reality, perhaps there is something about true face-to-face human connection that will never be replaceable. However, there is undoubtedly huge potential for Online Dispute Resolution to thrive under the correct circumstances.

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Profiling of Chinese Americans to Continue, Despite Historic U.S.-China Cyber Agreement

Despite leaders of both China and the U.S. offering optimistic prognoses for cooperation between both nations, it appears Chinese Americans, especially Chinese Americans employed in defense, tech, and energy sectors, can expect little relief from intense government scrutiny.

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