Journal of Business & Intellectual Property Law

The JBIPL Blog offers a forum for our Editors and Staff to expand our coverage of developments in both business and IP law. The Blog will provide short entries analyzing current cases, trends and issues in business and IP law. The Blog has won the The Expert Institute's 2015 and 2016 Best Legal Blog Contest for Education and Law School Blogs.

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By: Mona Ibadi

The United States spends billions of dollars making revolutionary strides in technological research every year. Businesses, big and small, are expending resources to provide up-to-date, innovative products to effectively compete in the market. Although technological development is
Continue Reading When Theft Gets Political: Addressing China’s Corrupt IP Practices

By: Kyle Tatich

Future historians and scholars will not lack substance when writing about 2020: the year dominated by the COVID-19 pandemic, a wave of protests against racial injustice, and a complete alteration to the American way of life. Similarly,
Continue Reading Better Fortune in the New Year? The NCAA’s Fate Depends on [March] Madness

By: Mona Ibadi

Covid-19 triggered a new normal that forced us into a virtual nation – one where we must rely on virtual mediums to connect with others. The ability of Americans to move online at such a rapid pace
Continue Reading Protecting our Fingerprints and Retinas: A Call for Biometric Data Privacy Legislation

By: Kyle Tatich

Inspired by the 2014 South Park episode regarding the Washington Redskins and its trademark controversy, Virginia’s Philip Martin McCaulay began filing applications with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”), hopeful for a potential payday
Continue Reading The Washington NFL Team’s Newest Opponent: The “Trademark Hog”

By: Tianna Larson

Robinhood has come under fire once again, this time for failing to properly disclose its payment for order flow practices. The trouble comes after recent enhancements to the order flow disclosure requirements, reflecting the SEC’s concern
Continue Reading How the Market Data Infrastructure Proposal Could Affect Free Trading Platforms

By: Haodi Dong

On July 16, Europe’s highest court, the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”), released a landmark decision in Schrems II, complicating the process of transferring personal data from the EU to the US.
Continue Reading Understanding Schrems II: What the Decision Means for Data Transfers Between the EU and US