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Harvard Professor Arrested for Allegedly Hiding Ties to China: What Universities Can Do to Protect National Security While Promoting an Open Academic Environment

USA, China - February 5 2020 On January 28, 2020, Charles Lieber, chair of the Chemistry and Chemical Biology Department at Harvard University, was arrested and charged with...

Robert P. Silvers, Talya Hutchison, Holly S. Flynn, Scott M. Flicker, Charles A. Patrizia.

New Export Regulations on AI Software Could Signal Narrow Approach to Pending “Emerging Technology” Controls

USA - January 8 2020 Near the end of 2018, in response to action by Congress to clamp down on the overseas transferparticularly to Chinaof so-called “emerging and...

Talya Hutchison, Scott M. Flicker.


Global - December 6 2019 Gaming law used to be a somewhat staid backwater of the legal profession, with stringent regulation and little change from year to year. The past 20...

CCPA: My Business Isn’t Based In California - Should I Be Taking Action?

USA, European Union - November 11 2019 Data privacy is fast becoming one of the most widely regulated areas, with the last two years the most influential of all. The introduction of the...

Sarah Pearce, Ashley Webber, Claire M Blakey.

The CCPA and COPPA: Looking for the “Betwixt and Between”

USA - September 10 2019 The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 ("CCPA"), which takes effect January 1, 2020, prohibits businesses from selling the personal information...

Claire M Blakey.