Tue, 22 December 2015
Are you sporting a new FitBit or an Apple Watch with a fitness monitor app? If it’s part of your employer’s wellness program, who owns and has access to your data?
Tyler Newby , litigation partner at Fenwick & West looks at the wearable fitness monitor craze and some of the data privacy implications they bring.
Thu, 17 December 2015
Michael Hawes of Baker Botts discusses patent law cases coming up before the U.S. Supreme Court
Fri, 11 December 2015
It wasn’t that long ago that every Presidential campaign had its own theme song. Even George Washington had one. Thomas Jefferson. Abraham Lincoln. Even Jimmy Carter.
But in recent decades, the music stopped. Or at least went Top 40. Presidential campaigns switched from original campaign themes to using hit pop songs, which has sparked a flurry of lawsuits from artists.
Whatever happened to the original campaign theme song?
Folk music historian Oscar Brand has recorded many historical Presidential campaign theme songs with a record for Smithsonian Folkways
William Hochberg of Greenberg Glusker discusses the long history of President campaign theme songs from the days of Washington to modern era of artist lawsuits.
Direct download: Whatever_Happened_to_Political_Campaign_Theme_Songs.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:36pm EDT
Thu, 10 December 2015
The 2015 amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure took effect on December 1, 2015.
Some of the amendments apply even to cases that were filed prior to that date.
William Janssen also has a series of articles on Federal Rules of Civil Procedure on the Legal Solutions Blog.
Direct download: Federal_Rules_of_Civil_Procedure_Handbook_2016_edition.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:23am EDT