Refreshing Your Website: Overlook the Legal Details at Your Peril

Many individuals and businesses are refreshing their websites, as COVID-19 makes our online presence more important than ever. In the process of creating a new look or updating your content, it’s important to consider some often-overlooked legal matters. Content on the Site Be sure you personally or your business own or have permission to use […]

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Get Out of My Space: Drones and Privacy Law

Carolyn Wimbly Martin and Ethan Barr

In 1849, the Austrian military sent a fleet of large, unmanned balloons equipped with explosives in an effort to blockade the Republic of Venice. Since these “aircraft” were somewhat autonomous, many believe these balloons to be the first example of unmanned aerial systems (UAS), commonly known today as drones. Throughout the next two centuries, drone […]

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What’s in a Rename: Changing School, Building and Program Names Within Educational Institutions

Naming schools after individuals dates back to colonial days when Harvard College was named after its first benefactor, John Harvard, in 1635. As we approach nearly 400 years of this tradition, public and private K-12 schools and universities have a wealth of experience upon which to weigh the legal, political and community goals which are […]

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