Rain patters off the storm drain outside, disrupting the steam clouds rising towards the sky before dissipating into nothingness. Your face presses against the window pane, turning your nose into a pig snout, as you try to catch a glimpse of the figure moving in the shadow, and you wonder - is Batman a criminal?
A panel discussion of the state of blockchain in the law and what the future holds. Featuring Alex Shahrestani, Brian Hall, Brian Konradi, and Mira Ganor.
The Journal of Law and Technology at Texas presented a roundtable discussion on fake news and social media. The speakers include Texas Tribune Co-Founder and Executive Editor Ross Ramsey, In-House Counsel to Dell and Professor of Law and Social Media at UT Law Ryan Garcia, and former Facebook employee on Operationalization of Legal Procedures Warren Hanes. Moderated by Journal of Law and Technology at Texas Founder Alex Shahrestani.
This page will be updated throughout the 2019 Texas Legislative Session with bills relevant to alcohol.
Most recent update: 2019/02/04
SB 312, Senator Buckingham:
Current Status - Filed
HB 672 Companion. This bill makes the sale of growler fills legal for breweries.
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Contests and sweepstakes on social media can feel like a goldmine- free or low cost exposure to people through their friends and family? What better way to reach new customers is there?
Social media contests are so ubiquitous that it seems like there must be nothing to them: you have a contest, pick a prize, pick a winner, and you're done! But they're not really as simple as they seem.