• Lawyer’s Algorithm Creates “Every Melody That’s Ever Existed”

    An attorney, working with a programmer, says they have created an algorithm that has generated every melody that’s ever existed and ever can exist. The corpus was then put on a hard drive, copyrighted and released into...

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  • Coke, Pepsi, P&G Among Companies Sued For Making Oceans A Plastics Dump

    At the current rate of pollution, plastic in the ocean will outweigh fish by 2050, according to a lawsuit filed by a California-based environmental group. The Earth Island Institute maintains that a significant share of the millions...

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  • AI and Automation Pose Challenges For General Counsel

    It would be hard to overstate the effect that AI and automation will have on companies and their legal departments. This Today’s General Counsel article discusses some of these challenges, starting with the challenge posed by displacement...

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  • A Trade Secret Wake-Up Call

    They are not easy to define, much less protect. Protecting trade secrets is both a technical issue and a managerial issue, and both require ongoing attention. One perennial problem is maintaining a trusting and collegial ambience within...

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  • The Unlikely Resume Of Jay Sekulow

    To mark the start of President Trump’s impeachment trial, the Israeli newspaper Haaretz reprints its 2017 profile of attorney Jay Sekulow, now co-lead counsel of the President’s legal defense team. Self-described as “the grandson of a fruit...

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  • Maryland A Leader In Embracing Blockchain Technology

    Legislation signed in 2019 by the governor of Maryland, a forum of choice for many investment companies, allows use of blockchain in corporate record-keeping and as a vehicle for communication with shareholders. Many companies, writes Morrison &...

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  • Real Estate Is A Litigation Battleground In LA

    With its growing and increasingly visible homeless population, Los Angeles has become a seat of contention over real estate development. Some who consider it a force for gentrification and dislocation are taking their case to court. Apparently,...

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  • Challenge To CA’s Women-On-The-Board Law Fails To Materialize

    A law that was expected to spawn a wave of litigation – and which even Governor Jerry Brown, who signed the bill in 2018, acknowledged might be challenged as unconstitutional – seems to be on track with...

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  • Low-Tech Public Defenders Just Barely In The Game

    It’s possible to extract supposedly secure information from all manner of devices, almost without exception, but the ability to do so does not come cheap. Generally it takes a hefty budget, and, in the adversarial legal context,...

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  • Grunts Flummoxed By 21st Century IP Issue

    The “right-to-repair” – or more accurately the absence of one – has been an issue in a variety of spheres (e.g. big farm equipment). Now it’s also affecting the military. This New York Times oped, by a...

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