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Less Than 10% Of Patent Trial Teams Are Led By Women Law360

Patricia Martone

November 02, 2022

The underrepresentation of women in leading roles in law firms was an increasing focus of bar associations, law firms, and judges and courts. However, in recent years, despite this attention, it became clear that women’s progress was not as it should be.

Less Than 10% Of Patent Trial Teams Are Led By Women The underrepresentation of women in leading roles in law firms was an increasing focus of bar associations, law firms, and judges and courts. However, in recent years, despite this attention, it became clear that women’s progress was not as it should be. all pub-law360 2022-11-02 00:00:00 -0500 all patricia-martone all in-the-news
‘Needle Barely Moved’ for Woman-Led Patent Trials, Report Says Bloomberg Law

Patricia Martone

November 02, 2022

Women continue to face barriers in leading patent trials after a decade of almost no growth kept their share of first chair roles under 10%, according to a report by Patricia A. Martone, a long-time female patent trial lawyer.

‘Needle Barely Moved’ for Woman-Led Patent Trials, Report Says Women continue to face barriers in leading patent trials after a decade of almost no growth kept their share of first chair roles under 10%, according to a report by Patricia A. Martone, a long-time female patent trial lawyer. all pub-bloomberg-law 2022-11-02 00:00:00 +0000 all patricia-martone all in-the-news
Women's Struggle to Become First Chair Trial Lawyers in Patent Cases: Lots of Talk but Little Progress Engelberg Center News

Engelberg Center

November 02, 2022

Analyzing data starting in 2010 and drawing from 26 years of personal experience as a First Chair patent litigator, Engelberg Center Fellow Patricia Martone explores the current state of women at the top of patent litigation.

Women's Struggle to Become First Chair Trial Lawyers in Patent Cases: Lots of Talk but Little Progress Analyzing data starting in 2010 and drawing from 26 years of personal experience as a First Chair patent litigator, Engelberg Center Fellow Patricia Martone explores the current state of women at the top of patent litigation. all pub-engelberg-center-news 2022-11-02 00:00:00 -0500 all patricia-martone all announcement
Library Futures Joins the Engelberg Center Engelberg Center News September 12, 2022

We are excited to announce that the nonprofit project Library Futures is joining the Engelberg Center.

Library Futures Joins the Engelberg Center We are excited to announce that the nonprofit project Library Futures is joining the Engelberg Center. all pub-engelberg-center-news 2022-09-12 00:00:00 +0000 all jennie-rose-halperin kyle-k-courtney all announcement
How E-Commerce Changed the Knock-Off Furniture Game Dwell

Chris Sprigman

November 16, 2022

Direct-to-consumer revolutionized the furniture market. What’s at stake when fakes are easier to find than ever?

How E-Commerce Changed the Knock-Off Furniture Game Direct-to-consumer revolutionized the furniture market. What’s at stake when fakes are easier to find than ever? all pub-dwell 2022-11-16 00:00:00 +0000 all chris-sprigman all in-the-news
Moderna sues Pfizer and BioNTech over COVID-19 vaccine Chemical & Engineering News August 31, 2022

Moderna is effectively claiming that the pandemic is over, says Rochelle C. Dreyfuss, a professor at the New York University School of Law.

Moderna sues Pfizer and BioNTech over COVID-19 vaccine Moderna is effectively claiming that the pandemic is over, says Rochelle C. Dreyfuss, a professor at the New York University School of Law. all pub-chemical-engineering-news 2022-08-31 00:00:00 +0000 all rochelle-c-dreyfuss all in-the-news
High Court’s Tricky Task in Warhol Case Carries Big Implications Bloomberg Law

Jason Schultz

April 01, 2022

The U.S. Supreme Court will face the challenge of crafting objective guidance for answering a subjective question about fair use as it weighs whether an Andy Warhol print infringes a photo of Prince.

High Court’s Tricky Task in Warhol Case Carries Big Implications The U.S. Supreme Court will face the challenge of crafting objective guidance for answering a subjective question about fair use as it weighs whether an Andy Warhol print infringes a photo of Prince. all pub-bloomberg-law 2022-04-01 00:00:00 +0000 all jason-m-schultz all in-the-news
Why Is It So Hard for Black Creators to Get Their Due? Rolling Stone

Chris Sprigman

April 28, 2022

A year after the TikTok “dance strike,” Black dancers looking for credit and compensation from social media face a complicated landscape.

Why Is It So Hard for Black Creators to Get Their Due? A year after the TikTok “dance strike,” Black dancers looking for credit and compensation from social media face a complicated landscape. all pub-rolling-stone 2022-04-28 00:00:00 +0000 all chris-sprigman all in-the-news
Biden issues new rule to crack down on ‘ghost guns,’ 3D printing industry responds 3D Printing Industry

Michael Weinberg

March 21, 2022

Legal experts and gunmaking hobbyists have cast doubt over the relevance of US President Joe Biden’s upcoming ‘ghost gun’ reforms to the 3D printing industry.

Biden issues new rule to crack down on ‘ghost guns,’ 3D printing industry responds Legal experts and gunmaking hobbyists have cast doubt over the relevance of US President Joe Biden’s upcoming ‘ghost gun’ reforms to the 3D printing industry. all pub-3d-printing-industry 2022-03-21 00:00:00 +0000 all michael-weinberg all in-the-news
Putin’s War on Intellectual Property Has Only Just Begun Observer

Michael Weinberg

March 17, 2022

With a new decree, Russia has essentially made patent theft legal.

Putin’s War on Intellectual Property Has Only Just Begun With a new decree, Russia has essentially made patent theft legal. all pub-observer 2022-03-17 00:00:00 +0000 all rochelle-c-dreyfuss all in-the-news
Apps and Oranges: Behind Apple’s ‘Bullying’ on Trademarks New York Times

Barton Beebe

March 17, 2022

The company has opposed singer-songwriters, school districts and food blogs for trying to trademark names or logos featuring an apple — or a pear or pineapple.

Apps and Oranges: Behind Apple’s ‘Bullying’ on Trademarks The company has opposed singer-songwriters, school districts and food blogs for trying to trademark names or logos featuring an apple — or a pear or pineapple. all pub-new-york-times 2022-03-17 00:00:00 +0000 all barton-beebe all in-the-news
Is Europe Running Out of Trademarks? Professor Beebe Talks EU Trade Mark Depletion Law.com

Barton Beebe

November 22, 2021

Is the European trademark system a victim of its own success? This was the question posed by Professor Barton Beebe of NYU School of Law at the Annual Sir Hugh Laddie Lecture at UCL-IBIL on November 9.

Is Europe Running Out of Trademarks? Professor Beebe Talks EU Trade Mark Depletion Is the European trademark system a victim of its own success? This was the question posed by Professor Barton Beebe of NYU School of Law at the Annual Sir Hugh Laddie Lecture at UCL-IBIL on November 9. all pub-law-com 2021-11-22 00:00:00 +0000 all barton-beebe all in-the-news
Announcing “Distributed Manufacturing of Open Hardware: A Report of the Open Hardware Distribution & Documentation Working Group” Engelberg Center News

Michael Weinberg

November 02, 2021

While the open and distributed design promise of open hardware has been realized time and time again, the goal of truly distributed manufacture of hardware has proven harder to achieve.

Announcing “Distributed Manufacturing of Open Hardware: A Report of the Open Hardware Distribution & Documentation Working Group” While the open and distributed design promise of open hardware has been realized time and time again, the goal of truly distributed manufacture of hardware has proven harder to achieve. all pub-engelberg-center-news 2021-11-02 00:00:00 +0000 all michael-weinberg all announcement
This professor wrote a manual for using a little-known federal law for lowering drug prices Stat News

Christopher Morten

January 26, 2021

One of the priorities of the new Biden administration is to tackle the cost of prescription medicines, an elusive goal for many federal and state lawmakers over the past several years.

This professor wrote a manual for using a little-known federal law for lowering drug prices One of the priorities of the new Biden administration is to tackle the cost of prescription medicines, an elusive goal for many federal and state lawmakers over the past several years. all pub-stat-news 2021-01-26 00:00:00 +0000 all christopher-morten all in-the-news
COVID-19 drug remdesivir has been a big win for Gilead — and it got a boost from taxpayers SF Chronicle

Christopher Morten

January 27, 2021

COVID-19 drug remdesivir has been a big win for Gilead — and it got a boost from taxpayers all pub-sf-chronicle 2021-01-27 00:00:00 +0000 all christopher-morten all in-the-news
Marvel's Punisher Problem Newsweek

Jeanne Fromer

March 10, 2021

Marvel has a popularity problem with one of its B-list characters: the Punisher, aka Frank Castle, a troubled ex-Marine turned vigilante who metes out lethal justice to the corrupt and criminal. Right now he's too popular with the wrong people.

Marvel's Punisher Problem Marvel has a popularity problem with one of its B-list characters: the Punisher, aka Frank Castle, a troubled ex-Marine turned vigilante who metes out lethal justice to the corrupt and criminal. Right now he's too popular with the wrong people. all pub-newsweek 2021-03-10 00:00:00 +0000 all jeanne-fromer all in-the-news
Rich Countries Signed Away a Chance to Vaccinate the World New York Times

Christopher Morten

March 21, 2021

Rich Countries Signed Away a Chance to Vaccinate the World all pub-new-york-times 2021-03-21 00:00:00 +0000 all christopher-morten all in-the-news
HHS is urged to use its patents for the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine to widen global access Stat News

Christopher Morten

March 25, 2021

Seeking to quickly widen global access to Covid-19 vaccines, a group of academics and patient advocates is urging the Biden administration to use a key patent owned by the U.S. government to boost manufacturing and distribution of the Moderna (MRNA) shot.

HHS is urged to use its patents for the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine to widen global access Seeking to quickly widen global access to Covid-19 vaccines, a group of academics and patient advocates is urging the Biden administration to use a key patent owned by the U.S. government to boost manufacturing and distribution of the Moderna (MRNA) shot. all pub-stat-news 2021-03-25 00:00:00 +0000 all christopher-morten all in-the-news
Covid-19 Vaccine Deal-Making Is Fleeting Game Changer for Pharma Bloomberg Law

Christopher Morten

March 29, 2021

Major drugmakers are teaming up at an unprecedented rate to meet Covid-19 vaccine production demands, but industry watchers say the drive may be short-lived.

Covid-19 Vaccine Deal-Making Is Fleeting Game Changer for Pharma Major drugmakers are teaming up at an unprecedented rate to meet Covid-19 vaccine production demands, but industry watchers say the drive may be short-lived. all pub-bloomberg-law 2021-03-29 00:00:00 +0000 all christopher-morten all in-the-news
What to Know About New York's 'Vaccine Passport' The Brian Lehrer Show

Albert Fox Cahn

March 30, 2021

Albert Fox Cahn, founder and executive director of the Surveillance Technology Oversight Project (STOP) at the Urban Justice Center, a New York–based civil rights and privacy group, shares concerns about privacy and the digital divide.

What to Know About New York's 'Vaccine Passport' Albert Fox Cahn, founder and executive director of the Surveillance Technology Oversight Project (STOP) at the Urban Justice Center, a New York–based civil rights and privacy group, shares concerns about privacy and the digital divide. all pub-the-brian-lehrer-show 2021-03-30 00:00:00 +0000 all albert-fox-cahn all in-the-news
The U.S. government doesn’t have patent rights to Gilead’s remdesivir, despite investing millions in research Stat News

Christopher Morten

March 31, 2021

American taxpayers may have provided $162 million toward researching remdesivir, but the federal government does not have patent rights for the drug.

The U.S. government doesn’t have patent rights to Gilead’s remdesivir, despite investing millions in research American taxpayers may have provided $162 million toward researching remdesivir, but the federal government does not have patent rights for the drug. all pub-stat-news 2021-03-31 00:00:00 +0000 all christopher-morten all in-the-news
US government does not own any remdesivir patents, GAO report finds Endpoint News

Christopher Morten

April 01, 2021

The US federal government’s contributions to research on Gilead’s Covid-19 antiviral drug remdesivir did not result in any patent rights because the research did not create new inventions, the Government Accountability Office said in a report.

US government does not own any remdesivir patents, GAO report finds The US federal government’s contributions to research on Gilead’s Covid-19 antiviral drug remdesivir did not result in any patent rights because the research did not create new inventions, the Government Accountability Office said in a report. all pub-endpoint-news 2021-04-01 00:00:00 +0000 all christopher-morten all in-the-news
How Google’s Big Supreme Court Victory Could Change Software Forever Time

Jeanne Fromer

April 06, 2021

The Court ruled that Google did not violate copyright law when it included parts of Oracle’s Java programming code in its Android operating system—ending a decade-long multibillion dollar legal battle.

How Google’s Big Supreme Court Victory Could Change Software Forever The Court ruled that Google did not violate copyright law when it included parts of Oracle’s Java programming code in its Android operating system—ending a decade-long multibillion dollar legal battle. all pub-time 2021-04-06 00:00:00 +0000 all jeanne-fromer all in-the-news
How Did a Self-Taught Linguist Come to Own an Indigenous Language? The New Yorker

Jane Anderson

April 12, 2021

The Penobscot language was spoken by almost no one when Frank Siebert set about trying to preserve it. The people of Indian Island are still reckoning with his legacy.

How Did a Self-Taught Linguist Come to Own an Indigenous Language? The Penobscot language was spoken by almost no one when Frank Siebert set about trying to preserve it. The people of Indian Island are still reckoning with his legacy. all pub-the-new-yorker 2021-04-12 00:00:00 +0000 all jane-anderson all in-the-news
Vaccine patent gives US government 'leverage' over manufacturers Financial Times

Christopher Morten

April 21, 2021

Vaccine patent gives US government 'leverage' over manufacturers all pub-financial-times 2021-04-21 00:00:00 +0000 all christopher-morten all in-the-news
Law professors call for FDA to disclose all safety and efficacy data for drugs Endpoints News

Christopher Morten

April 21, 2021

Back in early 2018 when Scott Gottlieb led the FDA, there was a moment when the agency seemed poised to release redacted complete response letters and other previously undisclosed data. But that initiative never gained steam.

Law professors call for FDA to disclose all safety and efficacy data for drugs Back in early 2018 when Scott Gottlieb led the FDA, there was a moment when the agency seemed poised to release redacted complete response letters and other previously undisclosed data. But that initiative never gained steam. all pub-endpoints-news 2021-04-21 00:00:00 +0000 all christopher-morten all in-the-news
Moderna’s Pledge Not to Enforce the Patents on Their COVID-19 Vaccine Is Worthless Jacobin

Christopher Morten

April 22, 2021

The media cheered Moderna’s pledge not to enforce the patents on its COVID-19 vaccine. But vaccines like theirs are still protected by intellectual property laws designed to keep medical knowledge out of the public’s hands.

Moderna’s Pledge Not to Enforce the Patents on Their COVID-19 Vaccine Is Worthless The media cheered Moderna’s pledge not to enforce the patents on its COVID-19 vaccine. But vaccines like theirs are still protected by intellectual property laws designed to keep medical knowledge out of the public’s hands. all pub-jacobin 2021-04-22 00:00:00 +0000 all christopher-morten all in-the-news
For the first time, the FDA may fine a drug maker for failing to post clinical trial results Stat News

Christopher Morten

April 28, 2021

The Food and Drug Administration is threatening to fine Acceleron Pharma (XLRN) for failing to submit required information about a clinical trial to a federal registry.

For the first time, the FDA may fine a drug maker for failing to post clinical trial results The Food and Drug Administration is threatening to fine Acceleron Pharma (XLRN) for failing to submit required information about a clinical trial to a federal registry. all pub-stat-news 2021-04-28 00:00:00 +0000 all christopher-morten all in-the-news
Vaccine Nationalism: What Is It and How Is It Playing Out During COVID-19? Teen Vogue

Navya Dasari

May 06, 2021

Vaccine Nationalism: What Is It and How Is It Playing Out During COVID-19? all pub-teen-vogue 2021-05-06 00:00:00 +0000 all navya-dasari all in-the-news
Are knockoffs really so bad? Business of Home

Chris Sprigman

August 18, 2021

After exploring the fallout from @DesignWithinCopy and taking a deep dive into the law and culture around knockoffs, Business of Home spoke to Sprigman to get a provocative new perspective on the subject of copycatting.

Are knockoffs really so bad? After exploring the fallout from @DesignWithinCopy and taking a deep dive into the law and culture around knockoffs, Business of Home spoke to Sprigman to get a provocative new perspective on the subject of copycatting. all pub-business-of-home 2021-08-18 00:00:00 +0000 all chris-sprigman all in-the-news
The Potential Downside of Design Competitions? The Risk of Rip-Offs The Fashion Law

Chris Sprigman

August 20, 2021

Law students from coast to coast are getting more hands-on training in privacy, as schools use technology clinics for training in an area of the law that’s exploding in popularity at firms and social justice organizations.

The Potential Downside of Design Competitions? The Risk of Rip-Offs Law students from coast to coast are getting more hands-on training in privacy, as schools use technology clinics for training in an area of the law that’s exploding in popularity at firms and social justice organizations. all pub-the-fashion-law 2021-08-20 00:00:00 +0000 all chris-sprigman all in-the-news
GC-Turned-Playwright Shares True In-House Tales of 'Sex, Drugs and Rock 'N' Roll' Law.com

Sarah Feingold

November 19, 2021

"We have stories about having sex on the roof. We have stories about prescription drugs, illegal drugs. We have stories about alleged illicit arms trading, a fire, a dog," said Sarah Feingold, a playwright and former GC for Etsy.

GC-Turned-Playwright Shares True In-House Tales of 'Sex, Drugs and Rock 'N' Roll' "We have stories about having sex on the roof. We have stories about prescription drugs, illegal drugs. We have stories about alleged illicit arms trading, a fire, a dog," said Sarah Feingold, a playwright and former GC for Etsy. all pub-law-com 2021-11-19 00:00:00 +0000 all sarah-feingold all in-the-news
From Harvard to Berkeley, Clinics Train Next-Gen Tech Lawyers Bloomberg Law

Jason Schultz

August 25, 2021

Law students from coast to coast are getting more hands-on training in privacy, as schools use technology clinics for training in an area of the law that’s exploding in popularity at firms and social justice organizations.

From Harvard to Berkeley, Clinics Train Next-Gen Tech Lawyers Law students from coast to coast are getting more hands-on training in privacy, as schools use technology clinics for training in an area of the law that’s exploding in popularity at firms and social justice organizations. all pub-bloomberg-law 2021-08-25 00:00:00 +0000 all jason-m-schultz all in-the-news
Breyer's Rulings Shaped By Wariness Of Intellectual Property Law360

Jeanne Fromer

January 27, 2022

Breyer's Rulings Shaped By Wariness Of Intellectual Property all pub-law360 2022-01-27 00:00:00 +0000 all jeanne-fromer all in-the-news
ABA’s Antitrust Law Section hopes to attract more students to practice with free casebook ABA Journal

Chris Sprigman

March 09, 2022

“The [copyright] casebook has quickly become very widely used,” Sprigman says. “We’re in use at about 60 law schools. We’re in our third edition now. We revise it every summer."

ABA’s Antitrust Law Section hopes to attract more students to practice with free casebook “The [copyright] casebook has quickly become very widely used,” Sprigman says. “We’re in use at about 60 law schools. We’re in our third edition now. We revise it every summer." all pub-aba-journal 2022-03-09 00:00:00 +0000 all chris-sprigman all in-the-news
Taxpayers paid to develop remdesivir but will have no say when Gilead sets the price The Washington Post

Technology Law & Policy Clinic

May 26, 2020

The HIV-prevention advocacy group PrEP4All Collaboration, working with the Technology Law & Policy Clinic at New York University, released an analysis Tuesday that said the government probably has a legal right to claim it co-invented remdesivir.

Taxpayers paid to develop remdesivir but will have no say when Gilead sets the price The HIV-prevention advocacy group PrEP4All Collaboration, working with the Technology Law & Policy Clinic at New York University, released an analysis Tuesday that said the government probably has a legal right to claim it co-invented remdesivir. all pub-the-washington-post 2020-05-26 00:00:00 +0000 all jason-m-schultz all in-the-news
Free Textbooks for Law Students Inside Higher Ed

Barton Beebe, Jeanne Fromer, Chris Sprigman

January 03, 2020

Legal scholars are increasingly adopting and creating free textbooks in an attempt to increase affordability for students. But are these textbooks considered open educational resources?

Free Textbooks for Law Students Legal scholars are increasingly adopting and creating free textbooks in an attempt to increase affordability for students. But are these textbooks considered open educational resources? all pub-inside-higher-ed 2020-01-03 00:00:00 +0000 all barton-beebe jeanne-fromer chris-sprigman all in-the-news
Your Broken iPhone Is a Climate Change Issue OneZero

Michael Weinberg

January 14, 2020

A gadget lover’s guide to doing our part to help stem the tide of e-waste

Your Broken iPhone Is a Climate Change Issue A gadget lover’s guide to doing our part to help stem the tide of e-waste all pub-onezero 2020-01-14 00:00:00 +0000 all michael-weinberg all in-the-news
Why intellectual property is key to the trade dispute between the US and China CNBC

Barton Beebe and Jeanne Fromer

January 29, 2020

Intellectual property will remain a sticking point between the U.S. and China as they compete to develop next-generation technologies.

Why intellectual property is key to the trade dispute between the US and China Intellectual property will remain a sticking point between the U.S. and China as they compete to develop next-generation technologies. all pub-cnbc 2020-01-29 00:00:00 +0000 all barton-beebe jeanne-fromer all in-the-news
Federal judge rules clinical trial sponsors must publish a decade’s worth of missing data Stat News

Christopher Morten

February 25, 2020

For years, government research agencies have misinterpreted a law that requires them to collect and post clinical trial data, a federal judge ruled this week, leaving behind a 10-year gap in data that now must be made publicly available.

Federal judge rules clinical trial sponsors must publish a decade’s worth of missing data For years, government research agencies have misinterpreted a law that requires them to collect and post clinical trial data, a federal judge ruled this week, leaving behind a 10-year gap in data that now must be made publicly available. all pub-stat-news 2020-02-25 00:00:00 +0000 all christopher-morten all in-the-news
Clinical trial sponsors have to disclose decade’s worth of unreleased data, federal judge rules Endpoints News

Christopher Morten

February 26, 2020

A New York federal judge ruled this week that the FDA and the NIH have for years misinterpreted a law that would require companies, universities and other clinical trial sponsors to release trial data from studies completed between 2007 and 2017.

Clinical trial sponsors have to disclose decade’s worth of unreleased data, federal judge rules A New York federal judge ruled this week that the FDA and the NIH have for years misinterpreted a law that would require companies, universities and other clinical trial sponsors to release trial data from studies completed between 2007 and 2017. all pub-endpoints-news 2020-02-26 00:00:00 +0000 all christopher-morten all in-the-news
Surveillance and the City: Cuomo’s Coronavirus Coup Gotham Gazette

Albert Fox Cahn

March 13, 2020

There should be few things less divisive than how we respond to a public health crisis.

Surveillance and the City: Cuomo’s Coronavirus Coup There should be few things less divisive than how we respond to a public health crisis. all pub-gotham-gazette 2020-03-13 00:00:00 +0000 all albert-fox-cahn all in-the-news
Fish On The Sidewalk Above the Law

Sarah Feingold

March 13, 2020

As concerns over COVID-19 spread, in-house attorneys for startups are digesting information, assessing risks, making plans, and answering questions.

Fish On The Sidewalk As concerns over COVID-19 spread, in-house attorneys for startups are digesting information, assessing risks, making plans, and answering questions. all pub-above-the-law 2020-03-13 00:00:00 +0000 all sarah-feingold all in-the-news
COVID-19 tracking data and surveillance risks are more dangerous than their rewards NBC News

Albert Fox Cahn

March 19, 2020

We must guard against surveillance opportunists who will endanger public health and the health of our democracy.

COVID-19 tracking data and surveillance risks are more dangerous than their rewards We must guard against surveillance opportunists who will endanger public health and the health of our democracy. all pub-nbc-news 2020-03-19 00:00:00 +0000 all albert-fox-cahn all in-the-news
A Print, a “Pajama Dressing” Brand, and a Copyright Lesson in the Age of Instagram The Fashion Law

Jeanne Fromer

March 23, 2020

A Print, a “Pajama Dressing” Brand, and a Copyright Lesson in the Age of Instagram all pub-the-fashion-law 2020-03-23 00:00:00 +0000 all jeanne-fromer all in-the-news
To Help Develop The Safest, Most Effective Coronavirus Tests, Treatments, And Vaccines, Ensure Public Access To Clinical Research Data Health Affairs

Christopher Morten

March 26, 2020

To address the COVID-19 pandemic that is bearing down on the United States, the public urgently needs new diagnostics, treatments, and vaccines.

To Help Develop The Safest, Most Effective Coronavirus Tests, Treatments, And Vaccines, Ensure Public Access To Clinical Research Data To address the COVID-19 pandemic that is bearing down on the United States, the public urgently needs new diagnostics, treatments, and vaccines. all pub-health-affairs 2020-03-26 00:00:00 +0000 all christopher-morten all in-the-news
Today’s COVID-19 Data Will be Tomorrow’s Tools of Oppression The Daily Beast

Albert Fox Cahn

April 02, 2020

We all face the risk that surveillance will turn state borders into 21st-century Iron Curtains, raising constitutional conundrums that would have been unthinkable just days ago.

Today’s COVID-19 Data Will be Tomorrow’s Tools of Oppression We all face the risk that surveillance will turn state borders into 21st-century Iron Curtains, raising constitutional conundrums that would have been unthinkable just days ago. all pub-the-daily-beast 2020-04-02 00:00:00 +0000 all albert-fox-cahn all in-the-news
Tracking everyone’s whereabouts won’t stop COVID-19 Fast Company

Albert Fox Cahn

April 06, 2020

Countries such as China, South Korea, and Israel have already turned to invasive surveillance tools to halt the spread of the coronavirus. But their efficacy is unclear.

Tracking everyone’s whereabouts won’t stop COVID-19 Countries such as China, South Korea, and Israel have already turned to invasive surveillance tools to halt the spread of the coronavirus. But their efficacy is unclear. all pub-fast-company 2020-04-06 00:00:00 +0000 all albert-fox-cahn all in-the-news
4 Steps To Growing A Legal Career In Sweatpants Above the Law

Sarah Feingold

April 10, 2020

In today’s climate, both law students and experienced lawyers are facing an unknown future and similar feelings of unease.

4 Steps To Growing A Legal Career In Sweatpants In today’s climate, both law students and experienced lawyers are facing an unknown future and similar feelings of unease. all pub-above-the-law 2020-04-10 00:00:00 +0000 all sarah-feingold all in-the-news
Lost opportunities from FDA, NIH inaction when sponsors fail to report clinical trial results Stat News

Christopher Morten

April 13, 2020

Americans are learning a thing or two about clinical trials as they watch the tense, televised push-pull between President Trump and Dr. Anthony Fauci.

Lost opportunities from FDA, NIH inaction when sponsors fail to report clinical trial results Americans are learning a thing or two about clinical trials as they watch the tense, televised push-pull between President Trump and Dr. Anthony Fauci. all pub-stat-news 2020-04-13 00:00:00 +0000 all christopher-morten all in-the-news
The tension between public health and patents in the era of Covid-19 Stat News

Christopher Morten

April 14, 2020

In this time of crisis, lawmakers must be wary of patents and be flexible and proactive in using the many legal tools available to check their harmful use.

The tension between public health and patents in the era of Covid-19 In this time of crisis, lawmakers must be wary of patents and be flexible and proactive in using the many legal tools available to check their harmful use. all pub-stat-news 2020-04-14 00:00:00 +0000 all christopher-morten all in-the-news
Trump’s Wild West approach to virus cure-alls is a game-changer for drugmakers Politico

Christopher Morten

April 17, 2020

The PR game concerns policy experts who say pressure on FDA could fuel decisions made on thin ground.

Trump’s Wild West approach to virus cure-alls is a game-changer for drugmakers The PR game concerns policy experts who say pressure on FDA could fuel decisions made on thin ground. all pub-politico 2020-04-17 00:00:00 +0000 all christopher-morten all in-the-news
Tracking coronavirus with smartphones isn’t just a tech problem The Boston Globe

Albert Fox Cahn

April 17, 2020

Tracking coronavirus with smartphones isn’t just a tech problem all pub-the-boston-globe 2020-04-17 00:00:00 +0000 all albert-fox-cahn all in-the-news
PrEP Advocates Call New Gilead Patent Suit Against HHS a ‘Distraction’ TheBody

Christopher Morten

May 04, 2020

Gilead says the CDC violated four material transfer agreements and a clinical trial agreement between the company and the agency that “governed the terms of the more than 15-year collaboration” between the parties on HIV prevention drugs.

PrEP Advocates Call New Gilead Patent Suit Against HHS a ‘Distraction’ Gilead says the CDC violated four material transfer agreements and a clinical trial agreement between the company and the agency that “governed the terms of the more than 15-year collaboration” between the parties on HIV prevention drugs. all pub-thebody 2020-05-04 00:00:00 +0000 all christopher-morten all in-the-news
India’s digital response to COVID-19 risks inefficacy, exclusion and discrimination The Caravan

Amba Kak

April 18, 2020

The government of India, and the prime minister in particular, have actively promoted and advocated the use of digital technologies such as Aarogya Setu to aid the national response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

India’s digital response to COVID-19 risks inefficacy, exclusion and discrimination The government of India, and the prime minister in particular, have actively promoted and advocated the use of digital technologies such as Aarogya Setu to aid the national response to the COVID-19 pandemic. all pub-the-caravan 2020-04-18 00:00:00 +0000 all amba-kak all in-the-news
With remdesivir, Gilead finds itself at strategic crossroads, with its reputation (and far more) at stake Stat News

Christopher Morten

May 05, 2020

Never in modern times have such high hopes for millions of lives rested on one single company.

With remdesivir, Gilead finds itself at strategic crossroads, with its reputation (and far more) at stake Never in modern times have such high hopes for millions of lives rested on one single company. all pub-stat-news 2020-05-05 00:00:00 +0000 all christopher-morten all in-the-news
Could a patent get in between you and a Covid-19 test? Yes The Guardian

Christopher Morten

May 20, 2020

Two US senators want to radically expand the powers of patent holders. The consequences could be disastrous for Americans

Could a patent get in between you and a Covid-19 test? Yes Two US senators want to radically expand the powers of patent holders. The consequences could be disastrous for Americans all pub-the-guardian 2020-05-20 00:00:00 +0000 all christopher-morten all in-the-news
COVID-19 Has Turned Paradise Into a Privacy Nightmare The Daily Beast

Albert Fox Cahn

May 25, 2020

A traveler surveillance system in Hawaii is bringing the potential civil-liberties pitfalls of disease detective work into clearer—and more disturbing—focus.

COVID-19 Has Turned Paradise Into a Privacy Nightmare A traveler surveillance system in Hawaii is bringing the potential civil-liberties pitfalls of disease detective work into clearer—and more disturbing—focus. all pub-the-daily-beast 2020-05-25 00:00:00 +0000 all albert-fox-cahn all in-the-news
What’s the real NYPD budget? Nobody knows New York Daily News

Albert Fox Cahn

May 29, 2020

While we may know a lot about the billions being poured into the largest police department in the country, we don’t know one crucial fact: How much money does it actually get?

What’s the real NYPD budget? Nobody knows While we may know a lot about the billions being poured into the largest police department in the country, we don’t know one crucial fact: How much money does it actually get? all pub-new-york-daily-news 2020-05-29 00:00:00 +0000 all albert-fox-cahn all in-the-news
The long, ugly history of how police have tracked protesters Fast Company

Albert Fox Cahn

June 02, 2020

From lanterns to mail monitoring to Wi-Fi, surveillance technology has long been used as a means to find and combat dissent—particularly dissent by communities of color.

The long, ugly history of how police have tracked protesters From lanterns to mail monitoring to Wi-Fi, surveillance technology has long been used as a means to find and combat dissent—particularly dissent by communities of color. all pub-fast-company 2020-06-02 00:00:00 +0000 all albert-fox-cahn all in-the-news
A powerful law gives HHS the right to take control of remdesivir manufacturing and distribution Stat News

Christopher Morten

July 02, 2020

A rare bright spot followed the emergence of Covid-19 and its spread across the globe: the discovery that remdesivir, an experimental antiviral originally developed for use against Ebola, works against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19.

A powerful law gives HHS the right to take control of remdesivir manufacturing and distribution A rare bright spot followed the emergence of Covid-19 and its spread across the globe: the discovery that remdesivir, an experimental antiviral originally developed for use against Ebola, works against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19. all pub-stat-news 2020-07-02 00:00:00 +0000 all christopher-morten all in-the-news
A payoff for U.S. taxpayers? CDC may have claims on remdesivir patents held by Gilead Stat News

Christopher Morten

December 07, 2020

Six years ago, a team of scientists at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention began researching dozens of compounds supplied by Gilead Sciences for use in combating different viruses.

A payoff for U.S. taxpayers? CDC may have claims on remdesivir patents held by Gilead Six years ago, a team of scientists at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention began researching dozens of compounds supplied by Gilead Sciences for use in combating different viruses. all pub-stat-news 2020-12-07 00:00:00 +0000 all christopher-morten all in-the-news
FDA finalizes penalties for clinical trial sponsors that don’t share data, but critics say they fall short Stat News

Christopher Morten

August 18, 2020

After a year of deliberation, the Food and Drug Administration released final guidelines for penalizing clinical trial sponsors that fail to register studies, do not report results to a government database, or submit false information.

FDA finalizes penalties for clinical trial sponsors that don’t share data, but critics say they fall short After a year of deliberation, the Food and Drug Administration released final guidelines for penalizing clinical trial sponsors that fail to register studies, do not report results to a government database, or submit false information. all pub-stat-news 2020-08-18 00:00:00 +0000 all christopher-morten all in-the-news
Do the drug cost executive orders do anything? Politico

Christopher Morten

July 28, 2020

The FDA is defending its new format for disclosing the data behind new drug approvals, even as some academics think the switch means important information is being lost.

Do the drug cost executive orders do anything? The FDA is defending its new format for disclosing the data behind new drug approvals, even as some academics think the switch means important information is being lost. all pub-politico 2020-07-28 00:00:00 +0000 all christopher-morten all in-the-news
FDA may fine clinical trial sponsors that don’t report data BMJ

Christopher Morten

August 24, 2020

The US Food and Drug Administration has said it will penalise sponsors of clinical trials that do not report data to the ClinicalTrials.gov database, but it has not indicated whether it will go after all offenders.

FDA may fine clinical trial sponsors that don’t report data The US Food and Drug Administration has said it will penalise sponsors of clinical trials that do not report data to the ClinicalTrials.gov database, but it has not indicated whether it will go after all offenders. all pub-bmj 2020-08-24 00:00:00 +0000 all christopher-morten all in-the-news
Why Leonard Cohen’s Estate Likely Can’t Stop Trump From Using the Artist’s Music Wall Street Journal

Chris Sprigman

September 01, 2020

The late musician’s estate said it was considering legal options after the president used ‘Hallelujah’ at the RNC. But musicians have long struggled to stop politicians and presidents from using their music in campaigns.

Why Leonard Cohen’s Estate Likely Can’t Stop Trump From Using the Artist’s Music The late musician’s estate said it was considering legal options after the president used ‘Hallelujah’ at the RNC. But musicians have long struggled to stop politicians and presidents from using their music in campaigns. all pub-wall-street-journal 2020-09-01 00:00:00 +0000 all chris-sprigman all in-the-news
Covid-19 drug rationed in the US is plentiful in developing countries CNN

Christopher Morten

September 09, 2020

A CNN investigation into remdesivir finds that doctors in several developing countries report ample supplies of the drug, while US patients have faced shortages.

Covid-19 drug rationed in the US is plentiful in developing countries A CNN investigation into remdesivir finds that doctors in several developing countries report ample supplies of the drug, while US patients have faced shortages. all pub-cnn 2020-09-09 00:00:00 +0000 all christopher-morten all in-the-news
Google Up Against Laws That Thwarted Microsoft (and Others Since 1890) New York Times

Scott Hemphill

January 26, 2021

Google Up Against Laws That Thwarted Microsoft (and Others Since 1890) all pub-new-york-times 2021-01-26 00:00:00 +0000 all scott-hemphill all in-the-news
FTC hearing at NYU Law probes whether institutional investors reduce competition among their portfolio companies NYU Law News

Scott Hemphill

January 17, 2019

Panelists probed whether index funds and other institutional investors with broad-based portfolios might be reducing competition among the companies whose shares they own.

FTC hearing at NYU Law probes whether institutional investors reduce competition among their portfolio companies Panelists probed whether index funds and other institutional investors with broad-based portfolios might be reducing competition among the companies whose shares they own. all pub-nyu-law-news 2019-01-17 00:00:00 +0000 all scott-hemphill all in-the-news
NYU Law and NYU’s AI Now Institute analyze the ways emerging technology imposes upon civil liberties NYU Law News

Jason Schultz

May 09, 2019

In a new paper, Richardson, Schultz, and Crawford found that predictive policing algorithms are prone to racist biases because they are often powered by racist data.

NYU Law and NYU’s AI Now Institute analyze the ways emerging technology imposes upon civil liberties In a new paper, Richardson, Schultz, and Crawford found that predictive policing algorithms are prone to racist biases because they are often powered by racist data. all pub-nyu-law-news 2019-05-09 00:00:00 +0000 all jason-m-schultz all in-the-news
Trio of conferences explores the impact of Big Data and artificial intelligence on law and the legal system NYU Law News

Jeanne Fromer, Jason Schultz

January 25, 2019

How is Big Data changing the law?

Trio of conferences explores the impact of Big Data and artificial intelligence on law and the legal system How is Big Data changing the law? all pub-nyu-law-news 2019-01-25 00:00:00 +0000 all jeanne-fromer jason-m-schultz all in-the-news
How Explaining Copyright Broke the YouTube Copyright System Engelberg Center News

Engelberg Center

January 15, 2020

This is a story about how the most sophisticated copyright filter in the world prevented us from explaining copyright law.

How Explaining Copyright Broke the YouTube Copyright System This is a story about how the most sophisticated copyright filter in the world prevented us from explaining copyright law. all pub-engelberg-center-news 2020-01-15 00:00:00 +0000 all all announcement
New white paper investigates New York City's proposed congestion pricing system Engelberg Center News

Albert Fox Cahn

January 15, 2020

Congestion Privacy investigates the privacy impact of New York City's congestion pricing system.

New white paper investigates New York City's proposed congestion pricing system Congestion Privacy investigates the privacy impact of New York City's congestion pricing system. all pub-engelberg-center-news 2020-01-15 00:00:00 +0000 all albert-fox-cahn all announcement
How We Made the Open Hardware Summit All Virtual in Less Than a Week Engelberg Center News

Engelberg Center

March 17, 2020

In the hopes of helping event organizers struggling with the same challenges, this blog post outlines the decisions we made and the steps we took to make it happen.

How We Made the Open Hardware Summit All Virtual in Less Than a Week In the hopes of helping event organizers struggling with the same challenges, this blog post outlines the decisions we made and the steps we took to make it happen. all pub-engelberg-center-news 2020-03-17 00:00:00 +0000 all all announcement
Technology Law & Policy Clinic Supports ml5.js in Developing a New Ethical Open Source Software License and Code of Conduct for Machine Learning Engelberg Center News

Technology Law & Policy Clinic

June 23, 2021

In the Spring 2020 semester, student attorneys in NYU’s Advanced Technology Law and Policy (TLP) Clinic worked with ml5.js to help ml5.js develop a new licensing agreement and code of conduct to discourage harmful uses of its machine learning software.

Technology Law & Policy Clinic Supports ml5.js in Developing a New Ethical Open Source Software License and Code of Conduct for Machine Learning In the Spring 2020 semester, student attorneys in NYU’s Advanced Technology Law and Policy (TLP) Clinic worked with ml5.js to help ml5.js develop a new licensing agreement and code of conduct to discourage harmful uses of its machine learning software. all pub-engelberg-center-news 2021-06-23 00:00:00 +0000 all jason-m-schultz michael-weinberg all announcement
Distributed Manufacturing of Open Hardware: A Report of the Open Hardware Distribution & Documentation Working Group Engelberg Center News

Engelberg Center

November 02, 2021

The goal of the group was to explore and document what would be necessary to build the commercial, legal, and manufacturing infrastructure to support a global network of local manufacturers.

Distributed Manufacturing of Open Hardware: A Report of the Open Hardware Distribution & Documentation Working Group The goal of the group was to explore and document what would be necessary to build the commercial, legal, and manufacturing infrastructure to support a global network of local manufacturers. all pub-engelberg-center-news 2021-11-02 00:00:00 +0000 all michael-weinberg all announcement
Distributed Manufacturing of Open Hardware: A Report of the Open Hardware Distribution & Documentation Working Group (1) Engelberg Center News

Engelberg Center

November 02, 2021

The goal of the group was to explore and document what would be necessary to build the commercial, legal, and manufacturing infrastructure to support a global network of local manufacturers.

Distributed Manufacturing of Open Hardware: A Report of the Open Hardware Distribution & Documentation Working Group (1) The goal of the group was to explore and document what would be necessary to build the commercial, legal, and manufacturing infrastructure to support a global network of local manufacturers. all pub-engelberg-center-news 2021-11-02 00:00:00 +0000 all michael-weinberg all announcement
The State of Open Source Hardware in 2021 Engelberg Center News

Engelberg Center

July 21, 2021

In the eleven years since the first Open Hardware Summit we have seen open hardware grow, with new communities creating new hardware for new uses around the world.

The State of Open Source Hardware in 2021 In the eleven years since the first Open Hardware Summit we have seen open hardware grow, with new communities creating new hardware for new uses around the world. all pub-engelberg-center-news 2021-07-21 00:00:00 +0000 all michael-weinberg all announcement
Technology Law & Policy Clinic Student Attorneys Assist the Open Source Hardware Association (OSHWA) on Intellectual Property Matters Engelberg Center News

Technology Law & Policy Clinic

June 30, 2021

OSHWA exists to disseminate information to the open source hardware community (and to the public at large) on how to build, modify, and repair all kinds of different technologies.

Technology Law & Policy Clinic Student Attorneys Assist the Open Source Hardware Association (OSHWA) on Intellectual Property Matters OSHWA exists to disseminate information to the open source hardware community (and to the public at large) on how to build, modify, and repair all kinds of different technologies. all pub-engelberg-center-news 2021-06-30 00:00:00 +0000 all jason-m-schultz christopher-morten all announcement
Food and Drug Administration Takes First-Ever Enforcement Action To Ensure Clinical Trial Transparency, Following NYU Technology Law & Policy Clinic’s Work with Universities Allied for Essential Medicines (UAEM) Engelberg Center News

Technology Law & Policy Clinic

June 30, 2021

FDA’s landmark step follows ongoing efforts from Universities Allied for Essential Medicines in partnership with the NYU Technology Law and Policy (TLP) Clinic to obtain relevant documents from the FDA and NIH through the Freedom of Information Act.

Food and Drug Administration Takes First-Ever Enforcement Action To Ensure Clinical Trial Transparency, Following NYU Technology Law & Policy Clinic’s Work with Universities Allied for Essential Medicines (UAEM) FDA’s landmark step follows ongoing efforts from Universities Allied for Essential Medicines in partnership with the NYU Technology Law and Policy (TLP) Clinic to obtain relevant documents from the FDA and NIH through the Freedom of Information Act. all pub-engelberg-center-news 2021-06-30 00:00:00 +0000 all jason-m-schultz christopher-morten all announcement
Technology Law & Policy Clinic Students Represent iFixit To File Comment with Copyright Office and Protect the Public’s Right To Repair Engelberg Center News

Technology Law & Policy Clinic

June 29, 2021

The comment was submitted as part of the Eighth Triennial Section 1201 Rulemaking Proceeding.

Technology Law & Policy Clinic Students Represent iFixit To File Comment with Copyright Office and Protect the Public’s Right To Repair The comment was submitted as part of the Eighth Triennial Section 1201 Rulemaking Proceeding. all pub-engelberg-center-news 2021-06-29 00:00:00 +0000 all jason-m-schultz all announcement
Technology Law and Policy Clinic Helps the Internet Archive Answer Congressional Questions on the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) Engelberg Center News

Technology Law & Policy Clinic

June 28, 2021

In the Fall 2020 semester, two student attorneys from the TLP Clinic partnered with the Internet Archive to help the Internet Archive respond to questions on the DCMA posed by Senator Tillis.

Technology Law and Policy Clinic Helps the Internet Archive Answer Congressional Questions on the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) In the Fall 2020 semester, two student attorneys from the TLP Clinic partnered with the Internet Archive to help the Internet Archive respond to questions on the DCMA posed by Senator Tillis. all pub-engelberg-center-news 2021-06-28 00:00:00 +0000 all jason-m-schultz christopher-morten all announcement
Technology Law & Policy Clinic Partners with ACLU on Amicus Brief Against Long-Term Police “Pole Camera” Surveillance Engelberg Center News

Technology Law & Policy Clinic

June 25, 2021

As the amicus brief explains, long-term pole camera surveillance violates the Fourth Amendment, which protects people’s reasonable expectations of privacy.

Technology Law & Policy Clinic Partners with ACLU on Amicus Brief Against Long-Term Police “Pole Camera” Surveillance As the amicus brief explains, long-term pole camera surveillance violates the Fourth Amendment, which protects people’s reasonable expectations of privacy. all pub-engelberg-center-news 2021-06-25 00:00:00 +0000 all jason-m-schultz all announcement
Technology Law & Policy Clinic Partners with ACLU on Amicus Brief That Maps the Limits of Law Enforcement’s Ability To Search Digital Devices Engelberg Center News

Technology Law & Policy Clinic

June 24, 2021

The brief addresses novel Fourth Amendment questions and demarcates the limits of government law enforcement officials to search someone’s digital devices.

Technology Law & Policy Clinic Partners with ACLU on Amicus Brief That Maps the Limits of Law Enforcement’s Ability To Search Digital Devices The brief addresses novel Fourth Amendment questions and demarcates the limits of government law enforcement officials to search someone’s digital devices. all pub-engelberg-center-news 2021-06-24 00:00:00 +0000 all jason-m-schultz all announcement
Technology Law & Policy Clinic Celebrates Students’ Pro Bono Work Engelberg Center News

Technology Law & Policy Clinic

June 23, 2021

In the next two weeks, the Engelberg Center will publish a series of short posts highlighting seven recent projects of the TLP Clinic and its clients.

Technology Law & Policy Clinic Celebrates Students’ Pro Bono Work In the next two weeks, the Engelberg Center will publish a series of short posts highlighting seven recent projects of the TLP Clinic and its clients. all pub-engelberg-center-news 2021-06-23 00:00:00 +0000 all jason-m-schultz christopher-morten all announcement
Interoperability and Portability in the Wild: Lessons from the Data Sharing Practitioners Workshop Engelberg Center News

Gabriel Nicholas

April 08, 2021

When people have the freedom to move the data they have produced and uploaded, they can use that mobility to try new services, potentially improving competition and innovation in the tech sector as a whole.

Interoperability and Portability in the Wild: Lessons from the Data Sharing Practitioners Workshop When people have the freedom to move the data they have produced and uploaded, they can use that mobility to try new services, potentially improving competition and innovation in the tech sector as a whole. all pub-engelberg-center-news 2021-04-08 00:00:00 +0000 all gabriel-nicholas all announcement
Patent Reform for Social Justice: How Representing an HIV/AIDS Activist Group Sparked a Proposal To Reform an Important Part of the Patent Act Engelberg Center News

Ethan Lin ‘21, Christopher Morten

March 17, 2021

Why the fight for access to medicine is both a fight for survival and a matter of social and economic justice.

Patent Reform for Social Justice: How Representing an HIV/AIDS Activist Group Sparked a Proposal To Reform an Important Part of the Patent Act Why the fight for access to medicine is both a fight for survival and a matter of social and economic justice. all pub-engelberg-center-news 2021-03-17 00:00:00 +0000 all ethan-lin christopher-morten all announcement
Announcing Stitching Together a Solution: Lessons from the Open Source Hardware Response to COVID-19 Engelberg Center News

Michael Weinberg

February 01, 2021

Responding to shortages of equipment and supplies, informal, distributed communities came together to design, manufacture, and distribute a wide range of medical equipment where it was needed most.

Announcing Stitching Together a Solution: Lessons from the Open Source Hardware Response to COVID-19 Responding to shortages of equipment and supplies, informal, distributed communities came together to design, manufacture, and distribute a wide range of medical equipment where it was needed most. all pub-engelberg-center-news 2021-02-01 00:00:00 +0000 all michael-weinberg all announcement
Preserving Glam3D.org Engelberg Center News

Neal Stimler and Michael Weinberg

June 24, 2020

We anticipate being able to support Glam3D.org well into the future. Nonetheless, we also recognize that technology evolves, priorities change, and that there may be a day where the site is no longer viable.

Preserving Glam3D.org We anticipate being able to support Glam3D.org well into the future. Nonetheless, we also recognize that technology evolves, priorities change, and that there may be a day where the site is no longer viable. all pub-engelberg-center-news 2020-06-24 00:00:00 +0000 all neal-stimler michael-weinberg all announcement
Why Glam3D.org is a Website, not a PDF Engelberg Center News

Neal Stimler and Michael Weinberg

May 19, 2020

This post will explain why we decided to build Glam3D.org as a website.

Why Glam3D.org is a Website, not a PDF This post will explain why we decided to build Glam3D.org as a website. all pub-engelberg-center-news 2020-05-19 00:00:00 +0000 all neal-stimler michael-weinberg all announcement
Unlocking Our Shared Cultural Resources Engelberg Center News

Neal Stimler and Michael Weinberg

May 19, 2020

Today the Engelberg Center launched Glam3D.org, a guide for digitizing and making available 3D cultural resources as part of an Open Access program.

Unlocking Our Shared Cultural Resources Today the Engelberg Center launched Glam3D.org, a guide for digitizing and making available 3D cultural resources as part of an Open Access program. all pub-engelberg-center-news 2020-05-19 00:00:00 +0000 all neal-stimler michael-weinberg all announcement
New white paper investigates public's right to record police in public Engelberg Center News

Albert Fox Cahn

May 13, 2020

Turning the Camera Around explores the public's right to record police officers in public spaces. The proliferation of smartphones and other recording devices have given this longstanding question new prominence.

New white paper investigates public's right to record police in public Turning the Camera Around explores the public's right to record police officers in public spaces. The proliferation of smartphones and other recording devices have given this longstanding question new prominence. all pub-engelberg-center-news 2020-05-13 00:00:00 +0000 all albert-fox-cahn all announcement
'Vogue' has 'an easy case' in lawsuit against Drake and 21 Savage, experts say NPR

Barton Beebe

October 03, 2022

Legal experts believe the publisher of Vogue magazine has a strong case in a trademark lawsuit that could cost rappers 21 Savage and Drake millions.

'Vogue' has 'an easy case' in lawsuit against Drake and 21 Savage, experts say Legal experts believe the publisher of Vogue magazine has a strong case in a trademark lawsuit that could cost rappers 21 Savage and Drake millions. all pub-npr 2022-10-03 00:00:00 +0000 all barton-beebe all in-the-news
Internet Archive Pandemic Library Provokes Broader Lending Fight Bloomberg Law

Jason Schultz

October 03, 2022

A fight spurred by the Internet Archive throwing its online library’s doors open during the pandemic has drawn myriad industry and academic briefs into what’s now a broad fight over digital lending that seems destined for the US Supreme Court.

Internet Archive Pandemic Library Provokes Broader Lending Fight A fight spurred by the Internet Archive throwing its online library’s doors open during the pandemic has drawn myriad industry and academic briefs into what’s now a broad fight over digital lending that seems destined for the US Supreme Court. all pub-bloomberg-law 2022-10-03 00:00:00 +0000 all jason-m-schultz all in-the-news
Pharma giants go to war: Moderna SUES Pfizer and BioNTech and accuses them of COPYING their mRNA technology - patented in 2010 - to develop their COVID vaccines Daily Mail UK

Rochelle Dreyfuss

August 26, 2022

In October 2020, two months before both the Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech shots hit the market, the former said it would not enforce patents on its mRNA technology.

Pharma giants go to war: Moderna SUES Pfizer and BioNTech and accuses them of COPYING their mRNA technology - patented in 2010 - to develop their COVID vaccines In October 2020, two months before both the Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech shots hit the market, the former said it would not enforce patents on its mRNA technology. all pub-daily-mail-uk 2022-08-26 00:00:00 +0000 all rochelle-c-dreyfuss all in-the-news