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Cybersecurity: New Executive Order Promises to Overhaul the Entire Industry Martin, Carolyn Wimbly
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Author: Carolyn Wimbly Martin Published: June 2nd, 2021 From the SolarWinds debacle to the Colonial Pipeline hack, cybersecurity has been making news headlines. Now, nearly ten years after then-Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta predicted the U.S. would face a “cyber-Pearl Harbor,” the Federal Government has finally acted. The new Executive Order has

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solarwinds, nationalsecurity, regulation
Lord Ram’s Victory in the Babri Mosque Case and the Concept of Juridical Persons Lutzker, Susan J.
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Author: Susan Lutzker Published: February 24th, 2021 Rights to tangible religious property in the Indian legal system can be held and enforced by deities, who are considered juridical persons. Some cultural monuments and religious sites have become embroiled in a larger battle to reinterpret Indian history. The Indian practice is part of

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environmentalpersonhood, legalpersonhood, juridicalperson
A Primer on Digital Rights Management Martin, Carolyn Wimbly
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Author: Carolyn Wimbly Martin, Ethan Barr Published: December 30th, 2020 Digital Rights Management (DRM) technology is designed to prevent users from illicitly copying or distributing copyrighted material. However, content providers have also used the technology to remove content from users e-libraries that consumers have been led to believe were purchases, rather than short

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copyright, privacy law, intellectual property law
December 2020 Intellectual Property Legislation Overview Martin, Carolyn Wimbly
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Author: Carolyn Wimbly Martin Published: December 30th, 2020 The 5,593-page coronavirus relief and government spending bill passed by Congress without much discussion in the final days of 2020 contains several pieces of intellectual property legislation worth noting. These Acts would impact trademark applications and registrations as well as intellectual property litigation. The following

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Lutzker & Lutzker LLP, copyright, intellectual property law
Destruction of Australian Indigenous Rock Art and the Concept of Place-Based IP: Another Casualty of COVID-19 Lutzker, Susan J.
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Author: Susan Lutzker Published: July 6, 2020 The recent destruction of 46,000 year-old rock shelters in Western Australia by the actions of mining giant Rio Tinto has focused attention on the proposed new Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Act. The new law would expand the definition of significant sites from dots on a map to

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COVID-19, Lutzker & Lutzker LLP, intellectual property law