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Even as the coronavirus pandemic spreads around the world, people and businesses are trying to gain a commercial advantage from trademarking words and phrases related to the virus and people and places associated with the epidemic. Chinese trademark officials, for example, recently announced that almost 1,000 trademark applications related to COVID-19 have been been filed…READ MORE
Recent events will significantly spur the use of telemedicine. The last two decades have already seen a surge in the use of telemedicine prompted by the advent of economical person-to-person video transmissions. Telemedicine has been a revolution in medical examinations, consultations, and treatment. For example, the Veteran's Administration recently expanded the use of telemedicine for…READ MORE
At the end of January 2020, the United Kingdom ("UK") filed formal papers with the European Union ("EU") to withdraw from the political and economic alliance. This has commonly been called "Brexit." For the next year or so, the UK will remain loosely affiliated with the EU, but at the end of the transition period,…READ MORE
Revised California Consumer Privacy Act Regulations Published: Some Help Provided, But Vast Uncertainty Remains
Recently, the California Attorney General's Office ("AG") issued two sets of modifications to the regulations that are meant to govern application and enforcement of the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 ("CCPA"). An original set of proposed regulations was issued in October 2019. A second set was issued on February 7, 2020 and then a…READ MORE