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Augmented and virtual reality - emerging legal implications of "The Final Platform"

by Reed Smith on

In August 2015, Time Magazine declared that Virtual Realty (“VR”) was about to change the world. A year earlier, Facebook bought Oculus VR for $2.3 billion signalling the impact of what Oculus founder Palmer Luckey referred...more

Dietary Supplement & Cosmetics Legal Bulletin | June 2017

LEGISLATION, REGULATIONS & STANDARDS - FTC Warns Companies and Social Media Influencers on Sponsorship Disclosure - The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) sent 90 letters to companies and social media influencers...more

Artificial Intelligence Litigation: Can the Law Keep Pace with The Rise of the Machines?

Artificial intelligence, or AI, is the broad conceptual term for the technologies or systems making it possible for computers to perform tasks involving human-like decisionmaking, intelligence, learned skills and/or...more

3D Printing of Manufactured Goods: An Updated Analysis

by Reed Smith on

(NEW YORK) December 15, 2016 – Reed Smith LLP today released “3D Printing of Manufactured Goods: An Updated Analysis,” a comprehensive new white paper that provides in-house counsel and industry leaders with an in-depth look...more

2016 Chemical Data Reporting – New TSCA Requirements Apply for Confidential Business Information Claims

by King & Spalding on

On June 22, 2016, President Obama signed into law the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act (the Act). Passed with significant bipartisan support, the Act is the first major update to a federal...more

Benesch’s 2nd Annual 3D Printing Seminar (A Summary Repeat)

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Several hundred business leaders, engineers, attorneys and academics gathered last week for an annual symposium on 3D Printing hosted by Benesch, Friedlander, Coplan & Aronoff. The ability to form physical objects from...more

New Jersey Federal Judge Says It’s Not So Easy to Preserve Confidentiality of Discovery Documents

by Reed Smith on

Today’s case is about a second chance. We are talking about the dismal topic of document confidentiality. Many -- definitely too many -- documents are produced in mass tort litigations. Almost all those documents are...more

Hoverboards Under Attack

by Wilson Elser on

Multiple UK retailers have asked customers to throw out their hoverboards, the self-balancing scooters that have clambered onto holiday wish lists this season, due to suspected safety issues with the devices. The retailers...more

3D Printing of Medical Devices: When a Novel Technology Meets Traditional Legal Principles

by Reed Smith on

This white paper – 3D Printing of Medical Devices: When a Novel Technology Meets Traditional Legal Principles – explores the legal ramifications and risks of the rapidly increasing use of 3D printing of medical devices. 3D...more

IP/Unfair Comp. Case Applies Buckman

by Reed Smith on

The very name “intellectual property law” suggests it’s not for us. There are episodes of The Simpsons that seem too complicated for our pretty little heads. Anything deemed “intellectual” scares us away. We usually race...more

FDA Approves Biosimilar Agent Zarxio: Dawn of a New Era in Pharmaceutical Therapy and Product Liability Law

by Wilson Elser on

The FDA's approval on March 6, 2015, of Sandoz's Zarxio (filgrastim-sndz) is a momentous occasion for pharmaceutical therapy and product liability law in the United States. Catching up with Europe (where Sandoz's identical...more

There’s a Wrinkle in Your Advertising Claims: L’Oréal Settles with the FTC

L’Oreal’s Deceptive Advertising - The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) accused L’Oréal of making deceptive advertising claims regarding the benefits of two of its product lines. L’Oréal claimed that its Génifique...more

What are the Implications of Alice v. CLS?

by Fenwick & West LLP on

While the Supreme Court’s ruling in Alice v. CLS Bank does not mean that software is ineligible for patent protection, the decision leaves many questions on patent eligibility unanswered. In the second video of a two-part...more

How to Create an Opening Statement Using Graphic Immersion

by Cogent Legal on

My part in a recent presentation to the San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association concerned opening statements, and I wanted to share a highly graphically immersive style of opening that allows an attorney to persuasively...more

Why You Should Join the Growing Number of Attorneys Using iPads

by Cogent Legal on

I found the comprehensive study released by the ABA on attorneys’ use of technology very interesting. Kevin O’Keefe summarized the study done by Jeff Richardson as follows: In 2012, 33% of all attorneys report using a tablet...more

MoFo Tech magazine

by J. David Harvey on

MoFo Tech is at the intersection of tech trends and legal issues. Here is our latest including information, trend-spotting and analysis for science and tech-based companies....more

The Evolution of the Electronic Cigarette

by Azim Chowdhury on

What are electronic cigarettes? Medical devices or tobacco products? On December 7, 2010, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit put that question to rest....more

Intellectual Property Issues Within the Supply Chain

by Philip Totaro on

Totaro & Associates has taken a look at some of the issues associated with controlling your intellectual property rights when dealing with vendors. We discuss protocols for vendor qualification related to patent clearance...more

What I Learned from Billboards

by G. Christopher Ritter on

I think of billboards often when working on trial graphics, because both billboards and trial graphics benefit from a clear understanding of information architecture – the art and science of structuring and presenting...more

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