The Changing Tide of Amazon Antitrust

By Sarah Alberstein Despite the fact that Amazon has quickly become the center of e-commerce, it has essentially evaded antitrust scrutiny.[1] But, it seems that this pattern of antitrust evasion is changing. In 2017, Lina M. Khan published a Yale Law Journal Note...

Posting Pics or Posting Bail?

By: Kara Powell Now more than ever, some people tend to post their whole lives on social media. Not only “friends” are seeing these posts anymore – photos and messages on social media may end up in court. New York State Supreme Court Judge Michael Corriero explains...

The Unwinnable War on Video Game Piracy

By: Kirk Kaczmarek Pirates exist all over the world – not of the swashbuckling Captain Jack Sparrow variety, but the digital. Napster, Limewire, and The Pirate Bay are all popular platforms for sharing digital media freely and illegally. All three platforms have lost...

What’s Next for the Legal Profession?

By: Eric Richard A big question floating around the legal industry these days is “what’s next?” There are mounting threats from artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning automation, and alternative legal service providers (ALSP) that seem to grow without...
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