by Benjamin Fox, Editor-in-Chief, Volume XX It is my distinct honor to introduce the incoming staff members of Volume XX of the Richmond Journal of Law and Technology. These students worked extremely hard during the journal competition, and we look forward to working with them during the upcoming school year! Congratulations to the following
Download PDF Cite as: Nicole A. Poltash, Snapchat and Sexting: A Snapshot of Baring Your Bare Essentials, 19 Rich. J.L. & Tech. 14 (2013), available at http://jolt.richmond.edu/v19i4/article14.pdf. by Nicole A. Poltash* I. Introduction  The usurpation of personal pictures posted on social media websites is not uncommon. Cheryl Smith was unknowingly made the face of
By: Adam Young, Associate Survey and Symposium Editor We, as a society, have entered into an era in which electronic communications has become the preferred way of communicating with friends, co-workers and loved ones. A recent study has shown that Americans spend over 20% of their online time on social networking sites alone.
Download PDF Cite as: Conrad Jacoby, Jim Vint & Michael Simon, Databases Lie! Successfully Managing Structured Data, The Oft-Overlooked ESI, 19 RICH. J.L. & TECH 9 (2013), available at http://jolt.richmond.edu/v19i3/article9.pdf. By Conrad Jacoby,* Jim Vint,** & Michael Simon***  Legal professionals regularly advise clients to ensure that the storage, retention, and accessibility of their Electronically-Stored Information
Download PDF Cite as: Michael Yager, E-Discovery as Quantum Law: Clash of Cultures—What the Future Portends, 19 RICH. J.L. & TECH 10 (2013), available at http://jolt.richmond.edu/v19i3/article10.pdf. By Michael Yager* I. Introduction  Early in the twentieth century, the phenomenon that is the “quantum” stormed the fortress of classical physics, causing Albert Einstein, one of science’s greatest
Download PDF Cite as: Justin P. Murphy & Adrian Fontecilla, Social Media Evidence in Government Investigations and Criminal Proceedings: A Frontier of New Legal Issues, 19 RICH. J.L. & TECH 11 (2013), available at http://jolt.richmond.edu/v19i3/article11.pdf. By Justin P. Murphy and Adrian Fontecilla* I. Introduction  As the newest pillar of communication in today’s society, social media is
Download PDF Cite as: Thomas Y. Allman, Local Rules, Standing Orders, and Model Protocols: Where the Rubber Meets the (E-Discovery) Road, 19 RICH. J. L. & TECH 8 (2013), available at http://jolt.richmond.edu/v19i3/article8.pdf. By Thomas Y. Allman* [District Courts], impatient with the failure of the national system to solve pressing, indeed urgent, procedural problems, utilize local rules in an effort
The Sedona Conference® is hosting the 7th Annual “Staying Ahead of the e-discovery Curve Conference” from March 21 to 22, 2013 in San Diego, CA. This conference of approximately 200 attendees brings together a faculty of seasoned e-discovery litigators, in-house counsel and federal judges. The Conference requested permission to include a JOLT article as part