• PTO Comments

    PTO Comments

    USPTO Comments on Quality In February 2015, the USPTO published its Request for Comments on Enhancing Patent Quality. Over 100 responses were received from IP organizations, government agencies, academic and research institutions, law firms, companies,...

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  • Spring 2016 Notes & Comments Student Writing Competition

    Spring 2016 Notes & Comments Student Writing Competition

    BTLJ is accepting notes from current J.D. candidates on a wide variety of topics at the intersection of law and technology, including but not limited to: intellectual property, antitrust, First Amendment, entertainment and new media, information privacy/data protection, telecommunications, biotechnology, internet, and cybercrime.

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  • Volume 30, Issue 2

    Volume 30, Issue 2 Now Available

    Addressing topics in intellectual property and technology law including the use of technology-blind viewpoints in copyright protection, royalty rates for FRAND patents, internet service provider liability for defamation, regulatory frameworks for network neutrality, and double patenting under the AIA.

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    How to Avoid Patent Cliffs: Product Hopping in the Pharma Sector

    In May 2015, Mylan Pharmaceuticals appealed to the Third Circuit after the lower court dismissed its case against Warner Chilcott, which was predicated on a practice called product-hopping. While we await the ruling which is...Read More »
  • PTO Comments

    USPTO Comments on Quality In February 2015, the USPTO published its Request for Comments on Enhancing Patent Quality. Over 100 responses were received from IP organizations, government agencies, academic and research institutions, law firms, companies,...Read More »
  • Joe Mornin, Class of 2015

    Joe Mornin, Class of 2015

    Recent Alumnus, 2015 Editor-in-Chief, and 2016 Forbes 30 under 30 talks about his time on BTLJ and elsewhere. tl;dr: the internet needs good lawyers.Read More »
  • Spring 2016 Notes & Comments Student Writing Competition

    BTLJ is accepting notes from current J.D. candidates on a wide variety of topics at the intersection of law and technology, including but not limited to: intellectual property, antitrust, First Amendment, entertainment and new media, information privacy/data protection, telecommunications, biotechnology, internet, and cybercrime.Read More »
  • Alex Li, Class of 2014

    Alex Li, Class of 2014

    What brought you to law school? I didn’t really entertain the notion of law school until senior year of college. In undergrad, for my capstone design project in engineering, my team and I created a device...Read More »
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    The Original Happy Song: Now Free for All

    While it has never topped the charts of the Billboard 100, the Happy Birthday song is arguably one of the most popular songs, if not the most popular song, in history. The Guinness Book of...Read More »
  • Volume 30, Issue 2

    Addressing topics in intellectual property and technology law including the use of technology-blind viewpoints in copyright protection, royalty rates for FRAND patents, internet service provider liability for defamation, regulatory frameworks for network neutrality, and double patenting under the AIA.Read More »
  • Volume 30, Annual Review 2015

    Volume 30 of the BTLJ Annual Review includes twenty-two Notes that summarize of many of the major developments in patent, copyright, trademark, cyberlaw, and privacy over the past year.Read More »
  • EU’s Approach to Bans on Online Sales: Consumer Welfarism or Digital Market Integration?

    EU’s Approach to Bans on Online Sales: Consumer Welfarism or Digital Market Integration?

    The European Commission has stated that transforming the EU into a single digital market — that is, removing barriers to the free flow of online services — would contribute €415 billion per year to the economy...Read More »
  • Neuroimaging and Privacy: A Question for the Thanksgiving Table

    Neuroimaging and Privacy: A Question for the Thanksgiving Table

    Some crucial privacy questions about the use of neuroscience in criminal courts may be headed our way. And before the tryptophan hits, the Thanksgiving dinner table might be just the forum to gather the likely...Read More »