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September 29th, 2023
BTLJ is proud to announce the winners of the 2023 Writing Competition. Congratulations to our winners, and thank you to all participants for your submissions! First Place Winner: James Ng Brooklyn Law School Back in the Driver’s Seat: The United States Should Enact a Unified Automated Vehicle Law and Regulation ...
September 8th, 2023
COMPLETE VOLUME 38, ISSUE 1 Complete Issue FRONT MATTER Front Matter ARTICLES Antibody Patents: Use of the Written Description and Enablement Requirements at the Patent & Trademark Office by S. Sean Tu & Christopher M. Holman A Poetics of Trademark Law by Alexandra J. Roberts Moderating Monopolies by Nikolas Guggenberger ...
August 19th, 2023
COMPLETE VOLUME 37, ISSUE 4 Complete Issue FRONT MATTER Front Matter ARTICLES The Illogical Paradigm of Assignor Estoppel’s Dual-Track System by Rebecca Mi-Young Ho Gates of Computer Trespass by Angela L. Zhao Solving the NetChoice Dilemma: Reducing Speech Protections on Internet Platforms with Broadcast Case Law by Connor Kennedy The ...
June 11th, 2023
COMPLETE VOLUME 37, ISSUE 3 Complete Issue FRONT MATTER Front Matter ARTICLES Considering a Right to Repair Software by Robert W. Gomulkiewicz Shane Rattenbury, the Productivity Commission, and the Right to Repair: Intellectual Property, Consumer Rights, and Sustainable Development in Australia by Matthew Rimmer Per Se Illegality of Exclusive Deals ...
May 18th, 2023
Berkeley Technology Law Journal Podcast: Barnett v. Apple and Illinois's Biometric Information Privacy Act with Tatiana Rice
Podcast Transcript: [SHABRINA] 0:07 Hello, and welcome to the BTLJ podcast. I’m your host, Shabrina Khansa. [MAHIMA] 0:18 And I’m your host Mahima Madan. [SHABRINA] 0:20 In today’s episode, we’ll explore the fascinating world of biometrics and its role in a recent case, Barnett v. Apple, which involves a dispute ...
April 25th, 2023
Berkeley Technology Law Journal Podcast: The Impact of Gonzalez v. Google on Section 230: A Discussion with Brandie Nonnecke, PhD
SPEAKERS Brandie Nonnecke, PhD; Anan Hafez; Ian Smith Podcast Transcript: [Anan Hafez] 0:07 Welcome to the Berkeley Technology Law Journal podcast. I’m your host, Anan Hafez. Today’s episode is all about Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act of 1996. Now, you might be asking yourself, what is Section 230? And ...
April 11th, 2023
In this Commentary, we show that blockchain may supplement antitrust law, especially in situations where the rule of law does not fully apply. Against this background, we detail what needs to be done for blockchain and antitrust to achieve greater decentralization, together, from both a technical and legal standpoint.
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March 13th, 2023
BERKELEY TECHNOLOGY LAW JOURNAL 2023 WRITING COMPETITION A PDF of the submission instructions may be found here. Prizes 1st Prize: $1,000 and publication in the Spring 2024 Issue of BTLJ 2nd Prize: $500 Topics We accept submissions from graduate-level law students on a wide variety of topics at the ...
November 18th, 2022
Podcast Transcript: [Udit] 0:13 The European Union’s digital market Act, or the DMA was published in the official journal of the EU on October 12 2022, and entered into force on November 1 2022. The legislation aims to radically transform how big tech companies operate by implementing regulations that limit ...
August 23rd, 2022
EPISODE TRANSCRIPT: Quantum Computing August 22, 2022 [Seth] 0:14 You’re listening to the Berkeley Technology Law Journal Podcast. I’m Seth Bertolucci. [Isabel] 0:19 And I’m Isabel Jones. On today’s episode, we sit down with a quantum physicist and an attorney specializing in technology law and human design to discuss ...