A Litigator’s Guide to the Internet of Things

Peyton Publication Version PDF    Cite as: Antigone Peyton, A Litigator’s Guide to the Internet of Things, 22 Rich. J.L. & Tech. 9 (2016), http://jolt.richmond.edu/v22i3/article9.pdf.  Antigone Peyton, Esq.*I I. Introduction [1]       Maybe you’ve heard about the Internet of Things (IoT). It’s the network of physical objects (or “things”) that connect …

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“Connected” Discovery: What the Ubiquity of Digital Evidence Means for Lawyers and Litigation

Gottehrer Publication Version PDF    Cite as: Gail Gottehrer, “Connected” Discovery: What the Ubiquity of Digital Evidence Means for Lawyers and Litigation, 22 Rich. J.L. & Tech. 8 (2016), http://jolt.richmond.edu/v22i3/article8.pdf. Gail Gottehrer I. Introduction [1]       More than ten years ago, the Zubulake case[1] raised awareness of the importance of digital …

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Preservation: Competently Navigating Between All and Nothing

Preservation: Competently Navigating Between All and Nothing   Cite as: Lauren Wheeling Waller, Preservation: Competently Navigating Between All and Nothing, 22 Rich. J.L. & Tech. 7 (2016), http://jolt.richmond.edu/v22i3/article7.pdf. Lauren Wheeling Waller* I. Introduction  [1]       Merriam-Webster defines “competent” as “having requisite or adequate ability or qualities.”[1] All professions require competence to …

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Sweeten the Deal: Transfer of Federal Spectrum Through Overlay Licenses

Skorup Publication Version PDF Cite as: Brent Skorup, Sweeten the Deal: Transfer of Federal Spectrum Through Overlay Licenses, 22 Rich. J.L. & Tech. 5 (2016), http://jolt.richmond.edu/v22i2/article5.pdf. Brent Skorup* I. Introduction [1]       The explosion in consumer demand for wireless services that began in the 1990s caught policymakers off guard. Demand for …

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Merger and Acquisition Due Diligence Part II – The Devil in the Details

 SHWOS Publication Version PDF pub Cite as: James Sherer et al., Merger and Acquisition Due Diligence Part II—The Devil in the Details, 22 Rich. J.L. & Tech. 4 (2016), http://jolt.richmond.edu/v22i2/article4.pdf. James A. Sherer,* Taylor M. Hoffman,** Kevin M. Wallace,*** Eugenio E. Ortiz**** & Trevor J. Satnick***** I. Introduction [1]       Our prior scholarship examined …

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Regulating Healthcare Robots: Maximizing Opportunities While Minimizing Risks

STHC Publication Version PDF Cite as: Drew Simshaw et al., Regulating Healthcare Robots: Maximizing Opportunities While Minimizing Risks, 22 Rich. J.L. & Tech. 3 (2016), http://jolt.richmond.edu/v22i2/article3.pdf. Drew Simshaw,* Nicolas Terry,** Dr. Kris Hauser,*** Dr. M.L. Cummings**** I. Introduction [1]       Some of the most dynamic areas of robotics research and development …

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Can I Call You Back? A Sustained Interaction with Biospecimen Donors to Facilitate Advances in Research

 Miller Publication Version PDF   Cite as: Jonathan Miller, Can I Call You Back? A Sustained Interaction with Biospecimen Donors to Facilitate Advances in Research, 22 Rich. J.L. & Tech. 1 (2015), http://jolt.richmond.edu/v22i1/article1.pdf.  Jonathan S. Miller I.  Introduction  [1]       “For the cure.” This statement resonates throughout society and offers a simple …

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MLAT Jiu-Jiutsu and Tor: Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties in Surveillance

Cortes Publication Version PDF  Cite as: Sarah Cortes, MLAT Jiu-Jitsu and Tor: Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties in Surveillance, 22 Rich. J.L. & Tech. 2 (2015), http://jolt.richmond.edu/v22i1/article2.pdf. Sarah Cortes I.  Introduction: Rise of Surveillance, MLATs, Anonymity, MJATs  [1]       A corrupt Australian Law Enforcement Agency (LEA) wishes to track the communications of …

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Commercial Drones and Privacy: Can We Trust States With “Drone Federalism”?

DownloadPDF Cite as: Robert Gruber, Commercial Drones and Privacy: Can We Trust States with “Drone Federalism”?, 21 Rich. J.L. & Tech. 14 (2015), http://jolt.richmond.edu/v21i4/article14.pdf.  Robert H. Gruber* I.  Introduction [1]       Judge Andrew Napolitano said recently of unmanned aircraft systems (“UAS”), or “drones,”[1] that “[t]he first American patriot that shoots down …

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