Stewart Baker (Steptoe & Johnson), Alan Cohn (Steptoe & Johnson), and Matthew R. A. Heiman (Johnson Controls) discuss the Wassenaar Arrangement, which governs international export controls for “intrusion software,” and its regulatory effects.Listen to this podcast
J. W. Verret (Antonin Scalia Law School) and Wayne Abernathy (American Bankers Association) discuss the Treasury Department’s recent report to President Trump on Core Principles for Financial Supervision.Listen to this podcast
Greg McNeal (Pepperdine University) and Adam Thierer (Mercatus Center) discuss the law and policy frameworks impacting emerging technologies.Listen to this podcast
Listen to Pete Patterson (Cooper & Kirk) discuss Operation Choke Point, the recent Department of Justice letter denouncing its participation in this initiative, and litigation against federal agencies who have participated in it.Listen to this podcast
Josh Malone (Bunch O Balloons), Kristen Osenga (University of Richmond School of Law), and Brian O’Shaughnessy (Dinsmore & Shohl) discuss the USPTO’s Patent Trial and Appeal Board.
Listen to Howard Root’s story of going from the CEO of Vascular Solutions, Inc. to defending himself and his company in court.Listen to this podcast
Wayne Crews (Competitive Enterprise Institute) explores “regulatory dark matter”: the thousands of executive branch and federal agency proclamations and issuances that carry practical (if not always technically legally) binding regulatory effect.Listen to this podcast
Justin “Gus” Hurwitz (Nebraska College of Law) and Michael Daugherty (LabMD) discuss Michael’s experience defending his medical testing lab against allegations by the FTC that it had deficient cybersecurity practices.Listen to this podcast