Leading experts narrate quick and digestible animated breakdowns of key regulatory issues.

Should the Government Limit Copyright Protection for E-books?

October 31, 2022

In this short film, intellectual property law expert, Adam Mossoff, outlines the arguments for and against government price controls on e-books.

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The Evolution of Antitrust Laws Relating to College Athletics

October 31, 2022

Law professor Babette Boliek explains how two recent cases mark an evolution in antitrust laws towards covering the growing commercial enterprise of the student-athlete market.

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The Debate Over Standard Essential Patents

October 28, 2022

In this explainer video, Brian O’Shaughnessy discusses the benefits and drawbacks of standard essential patents for technological innovation.

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How Do Regulations Affect Delivery Drones?

October 25, 2022

In this Fourth Branch video, Brent Skorup explains the limits of drone operation under the current regulatory framework.

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Should Regulators Mandate ESG Practices and Disclosures?

December 13, 2021

Trent McCotter examines Environmental, Social, and Governance standards and how they are, and should be, utilized by regulators.

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COVID-19 and IP Protections on Critical Medical Innovations

November 15, 2021

Kristen Osenga narrates this discussion of a proposal to exempt COVID-19 vaccines and treatments from international intellectual property protections.

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Government Funding of Medical Innovations: High Tech or Low Tech?

July 23, 2021

How do we intelligently allocate medical spending between specialized high tech tools and low tech devices?

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Net Neutrality and the Evolving Internet

July 1, 2021

Does net neutrality improve or hinder competition? Is it better for the consumer?

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How Should Flavored Vapes Be Regulated?

June 21, 2021

Should flavored nicotine vapes be banned because they might contribute to youth addiction, or should flavors be allowed because they encourage adult smokers to switch to vaping?

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Who Can Sue Under the Antitrust Laws? Antitrust Injury Under Brunswick Corp. v. Pueblo Bowl-O-Mat

May 24, 2021

The 1977 Supreme Court case Brunswick Corp. v. Pueblo Bowl-O-Mat set an important precedent about who can or cannot be a plaintiff in an antitrust suit.

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