Are NFTs Basketball Cards Securities?
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 issues. Whether NFTs, specifically digital basketball cards, are subject to federal securities laws is currently… Read More »Are NFTs Basketball Cards Securities?
Zoom Court: Is it Serving Justice the Way it Should be?
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 over Zoom and other meeting platforms.” As some judicial innovators such as Michigan Chief Justice… Read More »Zoom Court: Is it Serving Justice the Way it Should be?
The Metamorphosis of Modifications – Competing Property Interests in Video Game Mods
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 mid 2000s. In the undercurrent of this industry exists a community of user generated content… Read More »The Metamorphosis of Modifications – Competing Property Interests in Video Game Mods