The Arcade 2.0™: Video Game Law Blog
The Arcade “2.0” is a recognition that the simple legal issues that once walked hand-in-hand with a traditional video arcade have now been displaced by sophisticated, complex legal issues ranging from patenting the algorithms that allow video games to operate, attempted regulation by State legislatures of gaming content that is protected speech under the First Amendment, to money laundering by using virtual currency.
The Canary™: Qui Tam Whistleblower Blog
In recent years, there has been a whistleblower revolution, as Congress has amended the False Claims Act to make it more far reaching. In addition, many states have enacted similar laws to encourage the disclosure of fraud on state and local governments. The Canary provides views and developments on significant issues and cases under the False Claims Act and Qui Tam Whistleblower actions in federal and state courts nationwide.
TechLawLogy™: eDiscovery and Privacy Blog
eDiscovery is a relatively new phenomenon. Federal and state courts, on a daily basis, seek to define the contours of attorneys’ and clients’ obligations with respect to electronic evidence, including proportionality, preservation, and production. TechLawLogy tracks the intersection of technology and law, with an emphasis on trending issues in eDiscovery under federal and state rules concerning eDiscovery.