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Afterlife in the Cloud: Managing a Digital Estate

Afterlife in the Cloud: Managing a Digital Estate

by Jamie P. Hopkins The digitalization of wealth has challenged the effectiveness and efficiencies of traditional estate planning mechanisms. As such, modified estate planning techniques and the development of digital estate planning services have created serious privacy, security, and efficiency … Read More

by Jamie P. Hopkins The digitalization of wealth has challenged the effectiveness and efficiencies of traditional estate planning mechanisms. As such, modified estate planning techniques and the development of digital estate planning services have created serious privacy, security, and efficiency … Read more

Electronic Medical Records and E-Discovery: With New Technology Come New Challenges

Electronic Medical Records and E-Discovery: With New Technology Come New Challenges

by Jeffrey L. Masor Electronic medical records have created new challenges for lawyers because all of the digitized information is printed on reams of paper during discovery. This makes the record both voluminous and difficult to interpret. This Note examines potential solutions that would allow … Read More

by Jeffrey L. Masor Electronic medical records have created new challenges for lawyers because all of the digitized information is printed on reams of paper during discovery. This makes the record both voluminous and difficult to interpret. This Note examines potential solutions that would allow … Read more

Informed Buyers of E-Discovery: Why General Counsel Must Become Tech Savvy

Informed Buyers of E-Discovery: Why General Counsel Must Become Tech Savvy

by John Didday Corporate counsel needs to understand big data, now. Civil discovery is getting bigger and more expensive by the day, but the legal field has been slow to find a solution. Too often, the huge data sets corporate litigants exchange before trial to aggregate and search large stores data … Read More

by John Didday Corporate counsel needs to understand big data, now. Civil discovery is getting bigger and more expensive by the day, but the legal field has been slow to find a solution. Too often, the huge data sets corporate litigants exchange before trial to aggregate and search large stores data … Read more

Akamai: A Cure for Medical Process Patent’s Prometheus Ailment?

Akamai: A Cure for Medical Process Patent’s Prometheus Ailment?

by Joanna Liebes Despite all of the industry and academic focus on the recent Supreme Court case Mayo v. Prometheus, without the Federal Circuit’s Akamai v. Limelight Networks decision, many medical process patents may be worthless. This note discusses the problem of subject matter eligibility … Read More

by Joanna Liebes Despite all of the industry and academic focus on the recent Supreme Court case Mayo v. Prometheus, without the Federal Circuit’s Akamai v. Limelight Networks decision, many medical process patents may be worthless. This note discusses the problem of subject matter eligibility … Read more

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