"In this blawg I address developments and trends at the intersection of technology, entertainment and media, and the law. As a technology and entertainment lawyer, as well as a professional musician, I hope to bring some clarity, spur some conversation and add a bit of humor to these topics. I’ll also share with you some of my music and that of my favorite other musicians."
"My primary research interests lie at the intersection of biotechnology and intellectual property. This blog provides analysis and commentary on recent developments relevant to this area of the law."
Most posts are docket listings of intellectual property cases in Indiana or a weekly digest of links to tech and IP news stories.
"This blog will primarily focus on topics that are of interest not only to IT companies, but also many non-technology companies that encounter issues related to information technology, privacy and safeguarding propriety data." Also discusses intellectual property laws and issues.
"Legal developments involving the Internet and new technologies." Most posts summarize federal and state court decisions related to social media, blogging and copyright.
"Covers pressing intellectual property, privacy, technology and related legal issues."
"Technology law and policy in Israel."
Posts cover e-discovery, technology law, data security, First Amendment issues and privacy law topics.
"The JETLaw blog incorporates easily accessible legal analysis of current events, cases, and issues related to the journal’s scope. Its legal analysis includes topics from the areas of entertainment and sports, patent, copyright, trademark, the internet, information security, and technology, as well as issues in other areas of law arising from the growing prevalence of technology."
This blawg covers "law practice management, the Internet and technology as it applies both in law practice and in all of our lives."
"An online-only resource featuring short synopses of recent developments in all areas of law and technology, including significant cases and legislation in the United States and abroad. The Digest is designed to provide academics, practitioners and law students not only with timely access to important legal developments, but also with links to in-depth commentary on those issues."
The blog analyzes emerging legal issues in IP, technology, commerce and the arts and showcases research being developed by authors at the Washington Journal of Law, Technology & Arts.
"Analysis and commentary on trends and developments in life sciences and health care law."
The blog covers different issues connected to the Lifeline program, a Federal Communications Commission program that provides subsidies to lower the retail rates of telephone services to low income consumers. Davis Wright Tremaine LLP has a relationship with the FCC that gives it access to breaking news about the program. The blog tracks those decisions and announcements.
"Video games, by their very nature, defy adherence to any one specialization of law. Their technical, expressive, and commercial characteristics have challenged lawmakers since the early days of Pong. The nuanced complexity of video games has resulted in an inconsistent application of legal principles drawn from multiple fields, including Intellectual Property Law, Constitutional Law, and Business Law.Loading Law launched in October 2013 with the purpose of providing both current and practical analysis of developing legal issues in video games."
This blawg is about "law, technology, society."
This blawg covers copyright and Internet law issues that arise in Canada.
"This blog is designed to provide legal professionals and risk managers with practical insights into regulatory developments, industry trends and current issues impacting the digital environment."
Posts boil down legal concepts—such as patent strategy, warranty vs. indemnity—to basic summaries of no more than a single page.
Is described as "the most popular patent law blog and a daily read for thousands of attorneys and agents from every major IP firm, innovative corporation, and TC at the USPTO."
"I started this blog to begin a conversation about patent law and policy, particularly how it affects those of us involved in 'prep/pros' and, more particularly, how it affects examination policy and practice in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. This blog will have a particular focus on biotechnology and pharma patent law and practice."
"Building and maintaining a strong global patent portfolio requires an understanding of the latest legal developments affecting your industry. PharmaPatents is an online resource for up-to-date information to help you get the most out of your patent budget and meet the challenges of maximizing the value of your intellectual property in the chemical, biotech, and pharmaceutical fields."
Posts focus on helping to make software law understandable.
"Articles dealing with legal issues affecting how technology is used in businesses."
"A blog by J. Adam Engel focused non-exclusively on the intersection between criminal law, the Fourth Amendment and emerging technology. Dedicated to the idea that effective law enforcement is not incompatible with a vigorous interpretation of the Fourth Amendment." "The Law of Cell Phones and Smartphones."