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Antitrust Overreach: Undoing Cooperative Standardization in the Digital Economy

By  Jonathan M. Barnett
Article, Spring 2019
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Bank On We The People: Why and How Public Engagement Is Relevant to Biobanking

By  Chao-Tien Chang
Article, Spring 2019
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Cryptocurrency and the Myth of the Trustless Transaction

By  Rebecca M. Bratspies
Article, Fall 2018
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Algorithmic Challenges to Autonomous Choice

By  Michal S. Gal
Article, Fall 2018
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Recent Notes

The Unified Patent Court and Patent Trolls In Europe

By  Jonathon I. Tietz
Note, Spring 2019
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The Secrets We Keep... : Encryption and the Struggle for Software Vulnerability Disclosure Reform

By  Ian Williams
Note, Fall 2018
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Forum Shopping in Patent Cases: Lessons for the Unified Patent Court

By  Brian Jacobsmeyer
Note, Fall 2018
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Blog Posts

My Car Broke the Law

In order to minimize accidents by making automated vehicles that behave in safe and predictable ways, it may be necessary to program them to break the law.

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Satan, Sabrina, and Netflix: A Copyright Story

On October 28, Lucien Greaves, co-founder of The Satanic Temple religious organization, tweeted the Temple’s intention to take legal action against Netflix for an allegedly infringing statue featured in the new show, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.

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