“The term ‘patent troll’ may operate as a moral panic in a way that is detrimental to reasoned analysis and consideration of the root problems related to the issue of abusive patent litigation tactics,” Lee wrote in a law review article. Given the nature of the term and the negative way it has been used in news articles, he concluded that it would be prejudicial in the context of a patent trial.
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“It’s kind of mind-boggling,” said Ross Barney, who will receive her award at the American Institute of Architects’ national convention in June in San Francisco. “I think we’ve been overlooked. I’m glad to shine a light on the city of Chicago. We export architecture. Great ideas happen here.”
Given her freewheeling embrace of the Institute of Design’s influential pedagogy, Henry hasn’t always been given the attention due. But her development of myriad design traditions will soon be on display, as the Hauser & Wirth Institute (HWI) has catalogued and digitized her archive (sketchbooks, photos, letters, artist statements, press clippings, drawings) and donated it to Paul V. Galvin Library University Archives at the Illinois Institute of Technology, which is integrating the Henry archive into their digital catalogue.
Under the SAFE-T Act, people charged with serious crimes such as second-degree murder and kidnapping “can be detained based on a finding of potential dangerousness,” said Harold Krent, professor at the Chicago-Kent College of Law. “To detain, there must be particular facts demonstrating serious risk. Or the individual can be detained because of a risk of flight.”
“Savings accumulated during the COVID lockdown, combined with high COVID-impact payments, made it possible for a substantial part of the workforce, at all income levels, to drop out and maintain lifestyles,” said Henry H. Perritt, professor emeritus at the Chicago-Kent College of Law. “The booming economy after the COVID lockdown encouraged workers to think they could demand higher rates of pay if they quit and sought other jobs.”
“I think humor is great when you’re softening how something feels,” says Carly Kocurek, professor of digital humanities and media studies. “You’re not going to learn if you’re angry and frustrated about your encounter with this thing.”
“What ‘The Last of Us’ did for U.S. games is it showed that we could handle tremendous complexity in a narrative structure about social issues,” says Dean of Lewis College Jennifer deWinter, a game scholar and author. “And in an action game, a game historically made for the ‘hardcore player,’ ‘The Last of Us’ starts helping us rethink what we can do in AAA games.”
To be sure, judges do not have a monopoly on interpretation of the Constitution. Presidents (and governors) have an independent responsibility to construe the Constitution when deciding whether to sign a bill (as Gov. Pritzker did in this case) or grant a pardon. And, the legislature itself must consider the constitutionality of its own action, as the General Assembly did in enacting the ban. But county sheriffs? It’s their job to enforce the law.
The project designing coach houses “seemed to be a great way to have students speculate what a change like this could do for our city,” Studio Assistant Professor Jennifer Park says. “How can you create more density in these neighborhoods and enliven them through design?”
Though other experiments also showed that theorists had overestimated the amount of neutrinos produced by a reactor, the new STEREO paper has smaller uncertainties and wraps the argument up in one tidy package, said Bryce Littlejohn, a neutrino physicist at Illinois Tech. “As opposed to a watershed moment, I see it as a nice summation of all the things we’ve learned.”