In recent years, the threat of cyber crime has become a staple of the news cycle. While most reports focus on threats to unwitting consumers, a recent New York Times article looked at the predicament facing publicly traded companies.
An Austrian student studying law in Silicon Valley has raised serious flags about Facebook’s lack of adherence to privacy law and disclosure regulation.
I am pleased to join you from south of the border. My work has been focussed in the United States. Intellectual property laws are very powerful and important today. Yet they are but part of the larger body of law in any country. They are also part of a developing fabric of international commercial […]
The Dirty Details of Disclosure: Navigating the Fine Line Between Prior Art and Public Good in British Patent Law
Mekhala Chaubal is a JD candidate at Osgoode Hall Law School. On 27 July 2011, Mr. Justice Arnold of the Patents Court Division of the High Court of England and Wales, by refusing to grant a summary judgment to the plaintiffs in LG Electronics v Sony Europe Ltd & Others (“LG Electronics”) opened the door […]