Trial By Comeback

A collegially competitive nature flourishes among Wake Forest Law students. You could hear it most loudly with regards to dental advocacy. When many people think about a lawyer, they visualize a trial attorney. They desire the heroes and heroines of court which were made popular by literature and movie and well-known …

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Meet David Jones (JD ’11)

A leap of faith took David Jones (JD ’11) more than 2,400 kilometers abroad. The California native, having never consumed the sweet aroma of the magnolia or even the sight of a new york pine, would get a hold of himself inside a new community that was entirely not the same as what he had understood. “I’d …

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Up In Smoke: How Vaping Regulations and Bans May Detriment Small Businesses

By: Nathaniel Reiff as soon as considered a more healthy option to old-fashioned using tobacco, vaping might be burning up call at the usa. Recently, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker ordered a four-month ban on sale of vaping services and products after declaring a statewide public wellness emergency. Governor Baker’s decision uses 61 instances of lung condition, purportedly associated with electronic cigarettes and vaping …

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Sharing Space…Literally.

By: Golzar Yazdanshenas     “We are likely to create a roadway to space, then amazing things will happen.” – Jeff Bezos Lead CEO’s such Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, and Dennis Muilenburg are discussing creating the required room vessels to create residing away from this globe feasible. However, area, such as the large seas, is just a challenging territory …

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Driverless Cars: Friend or Foe?

By: Golzar Yazdanshenas, Summer Blogger   within a 2019 meeting, creator and entrepreneur Elon Musk claimed: “i do believe we will be ‘feature-complete’ on full self-driving this current year, meaning the vehicle should be able to find you within a parking area, choose you up, simply take you-all how you can your location without an input this current year.” Many experts tend to be skeptical …

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Inception: The Future of IP in Virtual Reality

  By: Aaron Johnston, Summer Blogger From author Michael Crichton’s forward-thinking book Disclosure to popular movies particularly Iron Man, Minority Report, and Star Trek – science fiction was forecasting our future adventures in digital and augmented truth for a long time. Technology features advanced to create digital and enhanced realities believable and available. Both virtual and augmented realities are going to make …

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Tax and the Loss of Recession-Fighting Tools

By: Dylan Ray, summer time Blogger financial activity, which reflects the balance between exchanging assets, may be controlled. In times during the recession, with reduced economic activity, the federal government frequently tries to increase need. For example, the Federal Reserve boosts economic task, by decreasing rates of interest, in times of recession. Likewise, Congress can improve economic climate, whenever …

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A Horrifying Prospect for Studios and Production Companies

By: Cameron Rush, summertime Blogger final fall, america District Court when it comes to District of Connecticut issued a summary judgment opinion when it comes to Horror Inc. v. Miller that could have far-reaching ramifications the interactions between screenwriters, studios, and manufacturing businesses. Within a fight for control over the “Friday the 13th” team, the judge …

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SCOTUS Patently Denies the U.S. Postal Service’s Personhood

By: Mary Jasperse, Summer Blogger On June 10, 2019, the Supreme Court ruled that authorities companies try not to qualify like a “person” under the 2011 Leahy-Smith The united states Invents Act (“AIA”) in Return Mail, Inc. v. united states of america Postal provider. Due to this, federal government agencies cannot challenge the quality of the patent via covered-business-method analysis (“CBM”), a sort …

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California’s Consumer Privacy Act: An Underwhelming First Step

 By: Brian Lewis, Summer Blogger “Senator, we run ads.” During their 2018 testimony before the Senate Judiciary and Commerce Committee, Twitter CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s patronizing response to then-Senator Orrin Hatch’s standard question illustrates the evasive nature of Facebook’s company operations. Almost 70per cent of Americans utilize Twitter. Numerous People in the us support controlling social media sites to make sure their data tend to be safe. The …

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