From A to P: Amazon’s Third-Party Problem
With Christmas 'only' two months away, many of us will soon be turning to Amazon for our holiday shopping. But recently, the company has received heavy criticism regarding counterfeited items and expired food sold by third-party vendors. Speaking at the Wall Street Journal Tech Live
A Blaze of Glory? The legal history behind flag burning as free speech
Burning the flag is seen by many as provocative and disrespectful, but the right to do so is protected by settled law.
Regulating the Raunchy? Free speech and obscenity under Miller v. California
One of the most interesting aspects of being a technology lawyer is that it necessarily requires a strong understanding of Internet regulation and digital rights, including the right to express yourself online. As such, free speech is one of my favourite areas of legal history
Have European laws improved American privacy protections?
On the one hand, some American companies have retreated from the EU. On the other, local governments have begun to take consumer privacy more seriously, by introducing new domestic data protection legislation.
The MPRE: my experience sitting the American legal ethics exam as an English lawyer
The Multi-state Professional Responsibility Exam, or “ethics exam” (MRPE) is one of three exams required in order to practice law in an American state (more on that here). Having just taken the exam, here are my thoughts as an English-trained solicitor currently practicing in London. 🌟 UPDATE: I passed