Innovative Technologies May Lead to New Torts, Shook Attorneys' Report Argues
Cary Silverman, Jonathan Wilson and Sarah Goggans examine regulatory, liability and litigation trends in AI, robotics, virtual reality, 3D printing and other emerging technologies in the second edition of Torts of the Future.
Silverman Talks Robot Torts on Legal PodcastInsight | Life Sciences and Biotechnology
Lessons and Challenges Arising Out of the Federal Circuit’s New Focus on Factual Issues in “Patent Eligibility” Disputes
In the May 2018 issue of the IpQ, Partner Rob Reckers and Of Counsel Kyle Friesen detail the effects of the Federal Circuit's focus on factual issues in patent cases.
Inter Partes Review Proceedings Survive, But Their Implementation Will Change
In this Intellectual Property Client Alert, Sharon Israel and Kyle Friesen explain the U.S. Supreme Court's decisions upholding but changing the inter partes review process.
EU Commission Announces its “New Deal for Consumers”: Heavier Sanctions, Stronger Enforcement and New Rules on Collective Redress
This issue of the Product Liability Bulletin describes the EU Commission's announcement of two new proposed directives that would strengthen consumers' rights.