About the Author

Juliana Kenny

Juliana Kenny

Juliana Kenny is a contributor to InsideCounsel.com, covering a range of topics including patent litigation, conflict mineral laws, executive compensation, and antitrust regulation. Juliana earned B.A.s in English and French from the University of Connecticut. She is the Editor and writer for the Technology and Science sections of Blouin News, a global news start-up focused on pithy and precise analysis from an international perspective. She has previously worked in technology marketing having served as Managing Editor of TMCnet.

Article List

  • More IP concerns for genetic resources

    Protecting genetic resources was a heated topic of discussion during the 26th session of the Intergovernmental Committee on Intellectual Property and Genetic Resources, Traditional Knowledge and Folklore (IGC) in Geneva, Switzerland last week.

  • Will Twitter demand government transparency in court?

    Twitter has come out announcing that it is looking into the legal ramifications of divulging more information to the public about the kinds of requests it receives from the government.

  • Google, Cisco forge patent cross-licensing deal

    a unique reconciliation of sorts has been made between Google and Cisco -- two other giants -- who have come to terms in order to relieve themselves of future patent problems.

  • JPMorgan agrees to settle on sex discrimination suit

    A sex discrimination lawsuit has hit one of the U.S.'s largest banking firms in a rather humiliating stroke: JPMorgan Chase will shell out $1.5 million -- to be distributed among 16 women -- to settle charges of sexual discrimination.

  • Bitcoin regulation on the horizon

    The group who gathered at last week's hearing to discuss the viability of Bitcoin as an entity to be regulated came to the general conclusion that it is worth creating policy to govern the digital currency.

  • Stemming employment litigation in a few steps

    Hiring lawsuits and litigation costs can be mitigated by instituting blind screening and online applications at the beginning of the hiring process.

  • Bitcoin gains legal, financial interest

    Bitcoin has piqued the interest of everyone in Silicon Valley, many people on Wall Street, and now a handful of government officials who are trying to figure out ways to regulate the digital currency.

  • The art of conflict minerals compliance

    The Conflicts Minerals Rule of 2012 in the U.S. went into effect last year, and companies should be prepared through certain recommended efforts and personnel reinforcements

  • Goldman Sachs will go to court over investor fraud

    U.S. District Judge Victor Marrero in New York City ruled that Goldman Sachs' dismissal of a lawsuit by investors must go to court. The ruling requires Goldman Sachs to engage in a class-action lawsuit in which the investment firm is accused of defrauding investors in shady deals occurring before the...

  • Small companies gain from SEC's ruling

    The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's decision to implement Title IV -- otherwise known as "Small Company Capital Formation" provision -- was authorized on December 18, 2013, and has provided the opportunity for the small business to get a leg up on raising capital this year.

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