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Activists Speaking 2: Steve’s Story
Author Roger Smith/Law, Technology and Access to Justice:   Steve Hynes I have been the director of the Legal Action Group (LAG) for the last eleven years. We are a social enterprise and campaigning charity committed to increasing access to
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Legaltech, L.A. Style
Author Robert Ambrogi/Above the Law: It’s not the Bay Area, but there are legal tech companies hanging around the City of Angels.
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Award-Winning In-House Counsel Starts Legal Tech Compliance Firm
Author /Corporate Counsel: Martim Della Valle left his job this month as global head of compliance, antitrust and litigation at Anheuser-Busch InBev in Brussels to start a new legal technology company.        
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Disney Finally Defeats Redbox: A Win for Copyright Law or a Loss for Companies Trying to Compete?
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology The Walt Disney Co. recently won a court order barring Redbox from reselling digital versions of “Black Panther” and other movies, six months after the same judge refused to grant the
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Can the grid handle a mass switch to Electric Vehicles? California’s Policy Plan to Integrate 5 million EVs by 2030
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology This past January, Governor Jerry Brown of California signed executive order B-48-18 announcing a program to put 5 million Electric Vehicles (EVs) on the state’s roads by 2030. This lofty goal
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Alabama, Lebron James, and a Legal Game of Chicken
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology Two of the most dominant figures in all of sport threatened legal action against one another earlier this year. Lebron James, through his multimedia company “Uninterrupted,” sent a cease and desist
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State-Sanctioned Hacks: Is there ever any justice?
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology Late last week, the United States Department of Justice officially filed charges in the 2014 Sony Hack. Sony Corporation was hacked on November 25th, 2014 by an organization calling itself the
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Tesla’s Self-Driving Car Drives Itself Into A Firetruck: Where Liability Truly Lies
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology When one Utah woman took her Tesla out for a spin this past May, she switched it to Autopilot mode, trusting the claims of the Tesla sales representatives that the car
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Hook and Loop, Got it?
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology The next time you shop for shoes, look for a tool to hang picture frames, or try to keep loose cables tied up, #DontSayVelcro. These days, the VELCRO® Brand means business. Just
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Tech Giants Google, Twitter, and Facebook Under Fire for Having Algorithms that Favor Displaying Some Content Over Others: Is New
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology At a time when net neutrality was recently repealed, tensions regarding internet regulation have been especially high lately. Therefore, it did not come as a surprise when the White House made
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The Burdens of Federal Deregulation: Is Net Neutrality Becoming a Matter of State Law?
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology On Friday, August 31, the California state legislature passed a net neutrality bill, which now awaits Governor Brown’s signature to become law. If enacted, the bill would become the fourth state
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Goodbye Clean Power Plan, Hello Affordable Clean Energy Plan
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology In October 2015, under the Obama Administration, the Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”), proposed the Clean Power Plan (“CPP”). The CPP was promoted as an important and historic step in combating climate
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