By Zaniya Lewis The world of non-fungible tokens (“NFTs”) and blockchains have dramatically changed the security and intellectual property landscape. The world of technology continues to innovate every day, while the law is still trying to catch up on important… Read More »Are NFTs Basketball Cards Securities?
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By Suk-Yeon Won As COVID-19 infections caused massive shutdowns of traditional in-person court proceedings, many American courts quickly shifted to remote proceedings. At the onset of the pandemic, US courts have conducted “hearings, depositions, arraignments, settlement conferences, and even trials… Read More »Zoom Court: Is it Serving Justice the Way it Should be?
By Francis Tiongson The video game world is in constant metamorphosis- from the rise of the home console to its subsequent crash in 1983, to the transition from 8 bit graphics to 3D graphics, to the console wars of the… Read More »The Metamorphosis of Modifications – Competing Property Interests in Video Game Mods
By Alexander Slizewski Federal consumer privacy legislation, named the American Data Privacy and Protection Act (ADPPA), is undergoing review by Federal legislators. The act would require entities to disclose data collected, what the data is used for, and how long… Read More »Federal Consumer Privacy Legislation: Getting Closer to The Finish Line
By Nicole Ryu After more than two years of Zoom meetings and family Facetimes, the idea of living in a virtual universe seems more realistic and, for many years, companies have been working to make this a reality. The metaverse… Read More »Investors Gamble in The New Frontier: The Metaverse
By Samuel Reich Taxi medallions were introduced in New York City (NYC) by the City Council in 1937 by passing the Haas Act. This was done to combat the overabundance of taxis crowding New York City’s streets and to provide… Read More »Metro Medallion Madness: A Story of Fraud and Innovation
By Michelle Nestor In an age where social media is a cornerstone of expression, it is imperative that free speech be protected. But when do rights to free speech conflict with each other and when can they be regulated? Florida… Read More »Florida, Texas and Free Speech: Whose Right is it Anyway?
By Sydney Monroe It is safe to say the average TikTok addict does not consider the repercussions of his or her hours of monotonous scrolling or of learning the newest dance trend in their parent’s basement. As recently as August… Read More »Viral TikTok Dances Create U.S. National Security Threat
By Erik Lascano The evolution of blockchain technology as a foundational and transformational technology has provided not only lucrative investment opportunities into cryptocurrency, but has potential of bettering the social good in the United States. Blockchain, the technology behind cryptocurrency… Read More »Blockchain for the Good, but is its Use Good Enough for FinCEN?
By Varun Lakshminarayanan After over a year of masks, Zoom calls, and indoor-exclusive hobbies, people across the globe could rejoice in late 2020, thanks to a massive roll-out of COVID-19 vaccinations. Biotech companies were able to create these vaccines with… Read More »Moderna Versus Pfizer – The Battle for mRNA￼