Monthly Archives February 2013

2013 Symposium

Despite the unexpected rain and sleet, the 2013 JOLT Symposium on E-discovery was a great success.  Attorneys from around Virginia braved the elements to hear the latest news and analysis on E-discovery topics.  Check out some of our pictures!

Some of our cheery 2L staff members at check in

Some of our cheery 2L staff members at check in

A shot of this year's poster

A shot ...

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Exposing Latent Patent Infringement

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Cite as: Bryan Blumenkopf, Exposing Latent Patent Infringement, 19 RICH. J. L. & TECH 7 (2013), available at http://jolt.richmond.edu/v19i2/article7.pdf.

 

by Bryan Blumenkopf*

I. Introduction

[1] Consider the following canonical patent infringement scenario...

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Keeping the “Free” in Teacher Speech Rights: Protecting Teachers and their Use of Social Media to Communicate with Students Beyond the Schoolhouse Gates

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Cite as: Mark Schroeder, Keeping the “Free” in Teacher Speech Rights: Protecting Teachers and Their Use of Social Media To Communicate with Students Beyond the Schoolhouse Gates, 19 RICH. J. L. & TECH 5 (2013), available at http://jolt.richmond.edu/v19i2/article5.pdf

 

By Mark Sc...

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Taking Note: On Copyrighting Students’ Lecture Notes

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Cite as: Matthew M. Pagett, Taking Note: On Copyrighting Students’ Lecture Notes, 19 RICH. J. L .& TECH 6 (2013), available at http://jolt.richmond.edu/v19i2/article6.pdf

 

by Matthew M. Pagett*

An essential element of individual property is the legal right to exclude others from ...

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Blog: DNA Profiling: An Invaluable Tool or a 4th Amendment Violation?

By: Kevin McCann, Associate Tech Editor

While technological innovation undoubtedly makes lives easier, that is not always the case for the justices of the Supreme Court when it comes to interpreting the Constitution. From arising 1st amendment issues with the introduction of online social media to 2

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