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Patenting Bioprinting

By Jasper L. Tran – Edited by Henry Thomas

Bioprinting, the 3D-printing living tissues, is real and may be widely available in the near future. This emerging technology has generated controversies about its regulation; the Gartner analyst group speculates a global debate in 2016 about whether to regulate bioprinting or ban it altogether. Another equally important issue which this paper will explore is whether bioprinting is patentable.

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Posted On Sep - 23 - 2015 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Legal and Policy Aspects of the Intersection Between Cloud Computing and the U.S. Healthcare Industry

By Ariella Michal Medows – Edited by Kenneth Winterbottom

The U.S. healthcare industry is undergoing a technological revolution, inspiring complicated questions regarding patient privacy and the security of stored personal health information. How can our society capitalize on the benefits of digitization while also adequately addressing these concerns?

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Posted On Sep - 11 - 2015 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Federal Circuit Flash Digest: News in Brief 

By Max Kwon

Nonprofit advocacy group fails to show “injury in fact”

Court upholds duty to disclose mediator’s personal relationship with defendant

Claim dismissed as indefinite for resting on patent lacking specfic algorithm

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Posted On Jul - 1 - 2014 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Flash Digest: News in Brief

By Michelle Sohn

Northern District of California Court Strikes Down National Security Letter Statute

Social Media Added Fuel to the Fire in Stuebenville Rape Case

Presidential Commission Concludes Anthrax Vaccine Testing on Children Unethical without Further Research

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Posted On Mar - 24 - 2013 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Supreme Court Balances Privacy Rights Against Law Enforcement in DNA Collection Case

Maryland v. King
By Kathleen McGuinness – Edited by Pio Szamel

On Tuesday, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Maryland v. King, a challenge to the constitutionality of warrantless DNA sampling of persons arrested for serious crimes. If the policy is found to be unconstitutional, twenty-eight other states and the federal government face potential invalidation of similar laws.

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Posted On Mar - 4 - 2013 Comments Off READ FULL POST
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