Volume XVI (2009-2010)

Issue 1: Fall 2009

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

Articles

1.   Dissonant Paradigms and Unintended Consequences: Can (and Should) the Law Save Us from Technology? — Donald Labriola

2.   “Medical” Monitoring for Non-Medical Harms: Evaluating the Reasonable Necessity of Measures to Avoid Identity Fraud After a Data Breach — James Graves

3.   How “Choruss” Can Turn Into a Cacophony: The Record Industry’s Stranglehold on the Future of Music Business — Andrey Spektor

 

Issue 2: Fall 2009

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

Articles

4.   The Regulation of Nanomedicine: Will the Exisiting Regulatory Scheme of the FDA Suffice? — Shanna Harris

5.   Will the Federal Circuit’s Eli Lilly v. Teva Decision Lead to Efforts To Abuse the Modification Provision of the Hatch-Waxman Act? — Claire K. Comfort

6.   Dreadful Policing: Are the Semiconductor Industry Giants Content with Yesterday’s International Protection for Integrated Circuits? — Michael Fuerch

7.   Students’ Free Speech Rights Shed at the Cyber Gate — Vivian Lei

 

Issue 3 – Annual Survey: Spring 2010

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

Articles

8.   Making the Punishment Fit the (Computer) Crime: Rebooting Notions of Possession for the Federal Sentencing of Child Pornography Offenses — Jelani Jefferson Exum

9.   A Review of the Law in Jurisdictions Requiring Electronic Recording of Custodial Interrogations — Alan M. Gershel

10.   Sexting and Teenagers: OMG R U Going 2 Jail??? — Catherine Arcabascio

11.   Protecting the Children: Challenges that Result In, and Consequences Resulting From, Inconsistent Prosecution of Child Pornography Cases in a Technical World — Francis S. Monterosso

 

Issue 4: Summer 2010

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

Articles

12.   The Expanding Duties of ESI and In-House Counsel: Providing Defensible Preservation and Production Efforts After Swofford v. Eslinger — David W. Degnan

13.   Fire Pattern Analysis, Junk Science, Old Wives Tales, and Ipse Dixit: Emerging Forensic 3D Imaging Technologies to the Rescue? — Thomas M. May

14.   The Darknet: A Digital Copyright Revolution — Jessica Wood

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