IP at the Supreme Court Series: Van Buren v. United States
November 30, 2020
5:00pm | Registration Required
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American University Washington College of Law regularly invites counsel of record and counsel for selected amici to offer post-argument reflections in intellectual property (and related) cases heard by the Supreme Court. These events are held on the afternoon of oral argument before the Court.
Whether a person who is authorized to access information on a computer for certain purposes violates Section 1030(a)(2) of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act if he accesses the same information for an improper purpose.
Andrew Grosso, Principal Attorney, Andrew Grosso & Associates
Brief Amicus Curiae of The United States Technology Policy Committee of the ACM in Support of Neither Party
Joseph V. DeMarco, Partner, DeVore & DeMarco LLP
Counsel of Record, Amicus Curiae for Managed Funds Association and Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association in Support of Respondent
Jennifer Daskal, Professor and Faculty Director, Tech, Law and Security Program, American University Washington College of Law. Presenting, for the sake of argument, Position of the United States
Megan Iorio, Counsel, Electronic Privacy Information Center
Brief of Amici Curiae for Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) and Fifteen Technical Experts and Legal Scholars in Support of Respondent
Annie Lee, Durie Tangri LLP
Brief Amicus Curiae for Technology Companies in Support of Petitioner
All briefs available on SCOTUSblog: Van Buren v. United States