Monthly Archives February 2014


Blog: Net Neutrality

By Jessica Ertel, Associate Articles Editor

The D.C. Court of Appeals recently turned down federal net neutrality legislation, thus allowing Internet service providers to charge Internet companies fees for faster delivery of Internet content.

Net neutrality legislation requires that broadband provid...

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Blog: Snapchat May Not Be Just for Friends – How About Insider Trading?

by Dylan Denslow, Associate Technology and Public Relations Editor

          Since its launch in September 2011, Snapchat has amassed some 26 million users who together send an average 400 million “snaps” each day.[1]  To say the app is popular is an understatement...

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Sedona Conference® to Use JOLT Article in Webinar



Sedona Conference® Webinar

ESI in the Criminal Justice System – From Initial Investigation through Trial

           The Sedona Conference® is hosting a two-part webinar on electronically stored information (ESI) as it relates to criminal justice system...

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Streaming Downton Abbey: When Will the Law Catch Up to Global Television?

       by Cate Gray, Associate Manuscripts Editor

     On January 5, 2014, PBS premiered season four of critically acclaimed period drama Downton Abbey to record-breaking ratings in the United States.[1]  The problem for diehard fans truly committed to knowing the trials and tribulation...

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Symposium Series: What Is Information Governance?

     by Peter Sloan, Husch Blackwell LLP

February 5, 2014


If anything cries out for organizational governance today, surely it is information...

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Announcement: Symposium Registration Now Open

Registration for our yearly symposium, Information Governance: A Comprehensive Approach to e-Discovery, is now open


Please follow the above link for a speaker schedule, the registration form, and all other details.  We hope to have you.



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Blog: With E-Cigarettes, FDA Regulation Likely to Rule the Day

By: Walton Milam, Associate Staff

Though the FDA banned Television advertisements for cigarettes over four decades ago, e-Cigarettes advertisements are not yet subject to these FDA regulations and have flooded the airwaves recently.[1]  E-cigarette advertisements will even make it on the air during ...

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Blog: Drones, the future of delivery?

by Emma Buck, Associate Staff

Futuristic movies, television shows, and books have introduced us to the idea of unmanned drones in our everyday lives. Imagine having your mail or packages delivered by something that resembles a mini-helicopter and is piloted by someone many miles away...

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Blog: Google Glass Becoming Problematic for Legislators and Law Enforcement

by Kevin Conneran, Associate Technical & Public Relations Editor

Google Glass is the future of computers (if you believe Google)...

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