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Meghan Nugent

About Meghan Nugent

Meghan Nugent is currently Corporate Counsel at Stats Perform, a market-leading sports technology company, revolutionizing sports data with artificial intelligence. She is an alum of the University of Dayton School of Law.

GDPR Data Privacy

How the GDPR Set a New Standard for Data Privacy and Protection in the EU and America

The EU takes data privacy and protection seriously, meaning GDPR compliance impacts U.S. companies with customers abroad. Are you compliant?

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Trademark Disparagement and the Washington Redskins

How the Matal v. Tam Case Changed Trademark Law As We Know It

For decades, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) rejected potentially offensive trademarks. Then Matal v. Tam changed everything.

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Defeating Patent Trolls

Fighting Back Against Patent Troll Companies After TC Heartland

Patent troll companies were curbed in 2017 by the Supreme Court’s decision in the TC Heartland case, but companies are still at risk.

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white and orange caution cone on keyboard represents need for cybersecurity to protect intellectual property

Businesses Face Growing Need for Cybersecurity to Protect Intellectual Property

A data breach can affect your patents and trade secrets. Today, there is a growing need for cybersecurity measures to protect intellectual property.

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Mickey Mouse founder Walt Disney has pushed the limits of copyright law time and again to protect his characters.

Mickey Mouse, the Founding Fathers and Copyright Law

What is the Copyright Clause? On January 1, 2024, the world’s favorite mouse will enter the public domain. The Walt Disney Company, one of the greatest challengers to copyright law, has fought since 1976 to keep “Steamboat Willie,” the first Mickey Mouse animation, from the hands of other artists and creators for a total of […]

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The Communications Decency Act and the Rise of the Trolls 

Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act protects internet companies from litigation of content posted by third parties. Should they have immunity?

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