Volume XVIII (2011 -2012)

Issue 1: Fall 2011

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

Articles

1.    Current and Emerging Transportation Technology: Final Nails in the Coffin of the Dying Right of Privacy? — James D. Phillips & Katherine E. Kohm

2.    Do Not Track: Revising the EU’s Data Protection Framework to Require Meaningful Consent for Behavioral Advertising — Matthew Kirsch

3.   The Limitations and Admissibility of Using Historical Cellular Site Data to Track the Location of a Cellular Phone — Aaron Blank

4.   Anything But Academic: How Copyright’s Work-for-Hire Doctrine Affects Professors, Graduate Students, and K-12 Teachers in the Information Age — Nathaniel Strauss

 

Issue 2: Winter 2012

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

Articles

5.    Virtual or Reality: Prosecutorial Practices in Cyber Child Pornography Ring Cases — Michal Gilad

6.    Orphan Works at the Dawn of Digitalization — Kelu Sullivan

7.   i 4 an i: Why Changing the Standard for Overcoming the Presumption of Patent Validity Will Cause More Harm than Good — John Morrissett

 

Issue 3 – Annual Survey: Spring 2012

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

Articles

8.    Cooperation-What Is It and Why Do It? — David J. Waxse

9.    Admissibility of Non-U.S. Electronic Evidence — Kenneth N. Rashbaum, Matthew F. Knouff & Dominique Murray

10.   Technology-Assisted Document Review: Is it Defensible? — William W. Belt, Dennis R. Kiker & Daryl E. Shetterly

11.   Ghost in the Machine: Zubulake Revisited and Other Emerging E-Discovery Issues under the Amended Federal Rules — William P. Barnette

 

Issue 4: Summer 2012

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

Articles

12.   Finding Legal, Factual, and Other Information in a Digital World — Timothy Coggins

13.   Using Contract Terms to Get Ahead of Prospective eDiscovery Costs and Burdens in Commercial Litigation — Jay Brudz and Jonathan Redgrave

14.   A Vaccine Approach to the Reverse Payment Illness — Scott Bergeson

15.   Genes 101: Are Human Genes Patentable Subject Matter? — Andrew Bowman

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