The year 2016 was momentous in politics and celebrity deaths, but also in the field of technology law. Here’s our wrap-up of the five most significant tech cases that hit the judiciary in the past year.
- Celebrity Cases
- Constitutional Law
- Corporate & Securities
- Criminal Law
- Inside the Beltway
- Intellectual Property
- Legal Industry
- Project DisCo
- Social Media
- Tech Policy
- Technology Law
Facebook terrorism regulation Microsoft Apple judiciary social networking mergers DOJ UGC music Supreme Court administrative law Uber mobility wireless competition Internet innovation politics FTC Almunia EU DMCA copyright disruption Twitter patents Legislation search FCC profession television IP Amazon antitrust Google net neutrality Comcast Obama
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