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Paff v. Galloway: Defining “Public Record” in the Digital Age

Brooke Lewis ’17 The New Jersey Supreme Court has recently decided to hear a case that will set open records policy in the emerging world of big data. While our government’s transition to the digital world has brought about new

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The Big (Patent) Short

WINNER OF THE FIRST ANNUAL LASTOWKA SHORT-FORM WRITING COMPETITION IN INFORMATION LAW Carl J. Minniti III ‘17 You cannot manipulate the stock market on purpose. For example, in a classic “pump and dump” scheme, market manipulators use misleading tactics in order to

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Wait, What? How Many? What Do They Claim To Own?

By: Amir Alimehri ’17 Typically, a business or an individual files a trademark application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) seeking nationwide protection for the trademarks they use or have a good-faith intent to use in interstate

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Hookah Lawsuit Up in Smoke: Supreme Court Denies Petition for Cert.

By: Brittney Cafero (Rutgers-Camden Law Class of 2015)   In August 2014, Inhale, Inc. (“Inhale”) filed petition for certiorari to the U.S. Supreme Court to address the issue of conceptual separability. The Copyright Act of 1976 protects a useful article —

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