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Trade secret found in an "intuitive flash of creativity"

In what may present a significant change in trade secret cases, the Seventh Circuit recently extended protection to trade secrets that occur in an “intuitive flash of creativity,” and for minimal cost.

Literary option purchase agreements

Introduction to Literary Option Purchase Agreements.

Warrantless governmental surveillance through the use of emerging technology has become a mainstay of governmental investigation by vania m. chaker, esq.

The United States government enjoys awesome technological capabilities; however, it is unclear whether they have been tempered by the countervailing protective judicial or legislative safeguards necessary to offset the greatly increased potential for improper government intrusiveness. 

Don't hire a lawyer to copyright your stuff!

Save yourself a LOT of money and do it yourself. It will take 5 minutes.

Our copyright system sucks

Our copyright system here in the USA needs a major overhaul. I'm embarrassed by it.

Your computer may be evidence in a will contest case

On August 9, 2016, a New York Surrogate’s Court entered an order requiring an attorney, who had drafted a decedent’s Last Will & Testament which was now the subject of litigation, to produce his computer during discovery.