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Senator Ron Wyden last week released a discussion draft of a federal privacy bill that would amend Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act to expand the FTC’s authority, create significant civil fines, and enforce certain provisions through criminal penalties. The draft Consumer Data Protection...

Over a year ago, we wrote about the intersection between trademarks and bankruptcy. Specifically, we described a scenario in which a licensor files bankruptcy and chooses to ‘reject’ the license agreement. Under the Bankruptcy Code, the licensee may continue to exercise its rights (and carry...