Time to Reboot? Rethinking the Digital Millennium Copyright Act

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It is trite to say that the Internet has changed the world of intellectual property. The Internet’s impact on copyright law, in particular, has been revolutionary. The Internet allowed artists and authors of creative expression to distribute their works to millions of users. Equally dramatic, the Internet has provided users the ability to share these

Knowledge Management, ILTACON 2015, and Where We Go From Here

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September brought ILTACON 2015, the International Legal Technology Association’s 38th Annual educational conference. As the name suggests, ILTACON is dedicated to exploring the interaction of legal services and the technologies used to provide them. Increasingly, these technologies are focused on harnessing and deploying the legal service provider’s most valuable resource: knowledge. The boundaries of knowledge

Innovation in Philadelphia: Part Two of a Conversation Between Ajay Raju and Christopher Wink

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On Friday, May 15, Ajay Raju (TEMPLE ’92; LAW ’96), Executive Chairman and CEO of Dilworth Paxson, LLP, and Christopher Wink (CLA ’08), co-founder of Technical.ly, met for a wide-ranging conversation about technology and innovation in Philadelphia. Jonathan Lipson, the Harold E. Kohn Chair and Professor of Law at the Temple University Beasley School of Law,

Innovation in Philadelphia: A Conversation Between Ajay Raju and Christopher Wink

Philadelphia Skyscrapers

On Friday, May 15, Ajay Raju (TEMPLE ’92; LAW ’96), Executive Chairman and CEO of Dilworth Paxson, LLP, and Christopher Wink (CLA ’08), co-founder of Technical.ly, met for a wide-ranging conversation about technology and innovation in Philadelphia. Jonathan Lipson, the Harold E. Kohn Chair and Professor of Law at the Temple University Beasley School of

5 Tips for Building Your Social Media Identity

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Social media has been and continues to be an incredible platform on which to build and improve a professional brand. But while the American Bar Association’s (ABA) most recent Legal Technology Survey indicates that lawyers are beginning to experiment with social media more than ever, for more risk-averse individuals, navigating the social media waters remains