Earlier this week I wrote about industrial espionage and how it is the fastest and least expensive way for our foreign competitors to bridge the innovation gap with the U.S.
It is expected that, by 2020, more than 30 billion devices will be connected to the internet. This of course, isn’t limited to the traditional phones, computers and tablets. No, it will soon include your car, your lights, maybe even your refrigerator. As such, it was only a matter of time before the FTC began regulating this so-called “Internet of things.” They officially marked their entrance into the space with a proposed settlement with TRENDnet, Inc., the makers of internet-connected security cameras.
Being a judge is a daunting task; donning their robes and wielding their gavels, every day in the life of a judge involves making difficult decisions.
On September 18, 2013, the Highland Park Borough Council passed the first local ban on fracking in New Jersey. Highland Park, like most of New Jersey, has seen no fracking activity to date.
Pro Bono Net is proud to present this series of interviews reflecting on the legal help provided to victims of Superstorm Sandy in the months following the storm.