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Law & Speculative Fiction Round-up

This week we ask the ageless question–“Is the Batmobile protected by copyright?”–and wonder whether our only hope against drones may be that the eagles are coming.

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Law & Speculative Fiction Round-up

It’s law IN SPACE.   Who Owns the Stuff in Space? By Emily Calandrelli at TechCrunch This light-hearted story opens up a Pandora’s Box of serious questions regarding the ownership of foreign planetary rocks; both the ones that fell to Earth … Continue reading

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Law & Speculative Fiction Round-up

This, er, week’s entry is,to what I am sure is the surprise of no one, Star Wars-centric.  Wait, I said that last time.  Well, it’s still true.  I’ve got three Star Wars posts, a post on video games and right … Continue reading

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Law & Speculative Fiction Round-up

This week’s post are, to what I’m sure is the surprise of no one, Star Wars-heavy.  

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Law & Speculative Fiction Round-up

I am adding a new weekly feature to the blog.  I’m an attorney in meatspace and read a lot of legal blogs that frequently have a speculative fiction connection.  I will collect and summarize/link to the most interesting each week.  … Continue reading

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