Privacy Law Considerations of AI and Big Data – In the U.S. & Abroad

By Kathleen Wills, Esq.* Kathleen Wills is a graduate of Antonin Scalia Law School and former C-IP2 RA. Artificial Intelligence and Big Data While many of us have come to rely on biometrics data when we open our phones with Apple’s “Face ID,” speak to Amazon’s Alexa, or scan our fingerprints to access something, it’s … Continue reading “Privacy Law Considerations of AI and Big Data – In the U.S. & Abroad”

Proposed Misuse of Section 1498 Relies on the False Claim that Patents Are Not Property

By Kathleen Wills* The question whether patents are property rights is a continuing and hotly debated topic in IP law. Despite an abundance of scholarship (see here, here, here, here, and here) detailing how intellectual property (“IP”) rights have long been equated with property rights in land and other tangible assets, critics often claim that … Continue reading “Proposed Misuse of Section 1498 Relies on the False Claim that Patents Are Not Property”