Recent Developments in LegalTech

Embracing LegalTech in the Legal Profession

LegalTech has emerged as a dynamic force reshaping the landscape of the legal profession. With a focus on automation, efficiency, and enhanced service delivery, LegalTech is empowering lawyers and legal departments to meet the demands of the 21st century. In this article, we’ll explore the latest developments in LegalTech and discuss the profound implications these […]

How Law Firms Can Use LegalTech to Engage New Clients

Embracing Legal Tech

Legal technology (LegalTech) is rapidly transforming the legal industry, and law firms that want to stay ahead of the curve need to embrace it. LegalTech can be used to improve efficiency, reduce costs, and provide better service to clients, but it can also be used to engage more new clients. Here are a few ways […]

Tattoos, Copyright, and Fair Use: The Netflix vs. Joe Exotic Tattoo Case

Netflix vs Joe Exotic Tattoo Case

In the ever-evolving landscape of copyright law, one recent case stands out as a fascinating intersection of art, pop culture, and intellectual property rights. The lawsuit in question involves a tattoo artist, Molly Cramer, her unique creation inspired by the infamous Joe Exotic from Netflix’s “Tiger King,” and the streaming giant Netflix itself. The lawsuit […]

Challenging Discrimination: The Fight to End the Federal Terrorist Screening Dataset

Terrorism spelled out and highlighted on paper

In a nation founded on principles of liberty and justice for all, the case of Mayor Mohamed Khairullah of Prospect Park, New Jersey, shines a spotlight on a controversial issue that has persisted since the aftermath of 9/11. Mohamed Khairullah, the longest-serving Muslim mayor in the United States, was recently denied entry to a White […]

California’s Climate Accountability Package: SB 253 and SB 261

Senate Bill 253 and 261

Climate action in California has repercussions around the globe; the state has the fifth-largest economy in the world and is forecasted to become the fourth sometime this year. That’s why the state’s expected passage of the “California Climate Accountability Package” is making global news. Two main bills are bundled into the Climate Accountability Package: SB […]

The Supreme Court’s Landmark Decision: 303 Creative LLC v. Elenis (2023)

The US Supreme Court

Introduction In a landmark ruling, the United States Supreme Court, in the case of 303 Creative LLC et al. v. Elenis et al. (2023), delivered a powerful verdict that has significant implications for the intersection of free speech and public accommodation laws. The case revolves around a graphic designer, Lorie Smith, and her company, 303 […]

Delaware Joins the Ranks: The Delaware Personal Data Privacy Act (DPDPA)

Delaware has taken a significant step in the realm of consumer data protection by enacting the Delaware Personal Data Privacy Act (DPDPA). This landmark legislation, signed into law on September 11, 2023, positions Delaware as the 13th state in the United States to implement a comprehensive consumer data privacy law. The journey to enacting the […]