Volume XII (2005-2006)

Issue 1: Fall 2005

Introduction: contains Cover, Table of Contents, Letter from the Editor, and Masthead

Articles

1.   A New Method for Regulatory Antitrust Analysis? Verizon Communications Inc. v. Trinko — James E. Scheuermann & William D. Semins

2.   The Domination of the English Language in the Global Village: Efforts to Further Develop the Internet by Populating It with Non-Latin-Based Languages — Molly Torsen

3.   Ready, Set, Mark your Patented Software! — John LaBarre & Xavier Gómez-Velasco

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4.   Virtually Free from Punishment until Proven Guilty: The Internet, Web-Cameras and the Compelling Necessity Standard — Michael Clements

 

Issue 2: Fall 2005

Introduction: contains Cover, Table of Contents, Letter from the Editor, and Masthead

Articles

5.   Patenting the Minotuar — Bratislav Stanković

6.   Radio Frequency Identification: Legal Aspects — Reuven R. Levary, David Thompson, Kristen Kot and Julie Brothers

7.   State of the Art(s): Protecting Publishers or Promoting Progress? — Thomas A. Mitchell

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8.   House Bill 2797 Committee Hearing: A Bill to Add Internet Technological Protection in Virginia Libraries — Speakers: Douglas Henderson, Colby M. May, and Dean Rodney Smolla

 

Issue 3: Spring 2006

Introduction: contains Cover, Table of Contents, Letter from the Editor, and Masthead

Articles

9.   Freedom of Information Laws in the Digital Age: The Death Knell of Information Privacy — Ira Bloom

10.   Plagiarism in Cyberspace: Learning the Rules of Recycling Content with a View Towards Nurturing Academic Trust in an Electronic World — Deborah R. Gerhardt

11.   How Does My Work Become Our Work? Dilution of Authorship in Scientific Papers, and the Need for the Academy to Obey Copyright Law — Sean B. Seymore

12.   E-Prescribing in a Changing Legal Environment — Jeff Todd

 

Issue 4 – Annual Survey: Spring 2006

Introduction: contains Cover, Table of Contents, Letter from the Editor, and Masthead

Articles

13.   The Impact of the Proposed Federal E-Discovery Rules — Thomas Y. Allman

14.   A Duty Everlasting: The Perils of Applying Traditional Doctrines of Spoliation to Electronic Discovery — Michael R. Nelson and Mark H. Rosenberg

15.   Waiving the Privilege in a Storm of Data: an Argument For Uniformity and Rationality in Dealing With the Inadvertent Production of Privileged Materials in the Age of Electronically Stored Information — Dennis R. Kiker

16.   Shifting Burdens and Concealing Electronic Evidence: Discovery in the Digital Era — Rebecca Rockwood

17.   Legal, Factual and Other Internet Sites for Attorneys and Others — Timothy L. Coggins

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