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Apr
23

Abstract: The use of artificial intelligence (AI) within the healthcareindustry, especially within the practice of telehealth ortelemedicine, is quickly gaining momentum. Courts, however, facegreat difficulty in addressing the question of liability as it pertainsto such use of AI, specifically due to the inconsistency in thedistinction between medical device and medical procedure and theinconsistency in the

Apr
06

Abstract: In this so-called “information age,” when numerouscompanies are collecting and creating more and more data andinformation, it is important to consider how the interests of thesecompanies can (and should) be reconciled with the public’sinterests in information, or what the Universal Declaration ofHuman Rights labels the “right to information.” Having expendedmoney to create their stores

Apr
06

Abstract: In the past two decades, the United States has increased theproduction and use of natural gas to fuel every day American life.This increase has resulted in the construction of millions of miles ofnatural gas pipelines. While this development has produced anumber of benefits, natural gas pipelines have introduced the threatof cyberattacks on natural gas

Apr
06

Abstract: The U.S. Supreme Court effectively redefined the scope of patenteligible subject matter when it decided Mayo.1 This decision focusedon medical diagnostic technology and has had a profound effect onthe biotechnology and personalized medicine industries in theUnited States. Subsequent back-to-back decisions by the SupremeCourt in Myriad2 and Alice3 have made it unequivocally clear thatthere is

Dec
17

Abstract: The increase in the use and success of Assisted ReproductiveTechnology has come with an increase in legal and ethical dilemmasfacing courts and prospective parents. In particular, courts in thepast 25 years have grappled with the issue of frozen embryodisposition during a divorce proceeding. Most couples sign someform of contract before freezing their embryos. Many

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