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Volumes 1 - 5 were published under the journal name "Shidler Journal of Law, Commerce + Technology".

Volume 2

Issue 4 Spring 2006

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15 Easy Come, Easy Go: Copyright Infringement and the DMCA's Notice and Takedown Provision in Light of Rossi v. MPAA

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Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
16 The Failures and Promises of Canada’s Alternative Compensation System for Private Reproduction of Copyrighted Recordings

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Evgenia Fkiaras
17 The SPY ACT: Ditching Damages as an Element of Liability for On-Line Conduct Between Private Parties?

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Andrew T. Braff
18 Applying the Wiretap Act to Online Communications after <em>United States v. Councilman

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Jessica Belskis
19 Compliance with California Privacy Laws: Federal Law Also Provides Guidance to Businesses Nationwide

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Anthony D. Milewski Jr.

Issue 3 Autumn 2005

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10 When Small Technology is a Big Deal: Legal Issues Arising From Business Use of RFID

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D. Zachary Hostetter
11 Wait! Don’t fire that blogger! What Limits Does Labor Law Impose on Employer Regulation of Employee Blogs?

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Carson Strege-Flora
12 The Fight to Save America’s Inbox: State Legislation and Litigation in the Wake of CAN-SPAM

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Emma Scanlan
13 Electronic Case Filing: Is Failure to Check Email Related to an Electronically Filed Case Malpractice?

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Jessica Belskis
14

American and French Perspectives on Trademark Keying: The Courts Leave Businesses Searching for Answers

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Terrance J. Keenan

Issue 2 Autumn 2005

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5 The FACT Act of 2003: Securing Personal Information In an Age of Identity Theft

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Terrance J. Keenan
6 Liability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act for Private Web Site Operators

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Evgenia Fkiaras
7 Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement: Is Your Business Ready for Compliance?

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Anthony D. Milewski Jr.
8 Proposed Federal Definition of "Internet Job Applicant" Suggests Need for Revised Human Resource Policies

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Strege-Flora
9 "I Didn't Know My Client Wasn't Complying!" The Heightened Obligation Lawyers Have to Ensure Clients Follow Court Orders in Litigation Matters

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Mafé Rajul

Issue 1 Summer 2005

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1 Defining Spyware: Necessary or Dangerous

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Andrew T. Braff
2 TrademarkDilution.com: Nissan Motor Co. v. Nissan Computer Corp., and the Evolving Law of Trademark Dilution on the Internet

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Lawrence F. Rozsnyai
3 E-Discovery – Can the Producing Party Expect Cost-Shifting?: The New Trend and What Can Be Done to Reduce Production Costs

 Now that computers and the Internet have radically changed the way businesses create and transmit information, questions about discovery rules in litigation continue to arise, such as which party should pay for producing electronic discovery. The courts are now considering cost shifting when the cost of production is unduly burdensome on the producing party by applying a seven-factor test. However, cost shifting is not always considered or granted, which is why it is important to have electronic documents relevant to anticipated litigation accessible in order to minimize the cost of producing electronic discovery.

This Article will examine how courts are determining who should pay for electronic document production and suggest how lawyers should advice their clients in order to reduce the cost and burden of producing e-discovery.

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Mafé Rajul
4 Bigger Fish, Deeper Pockets: Business Blogs, Defamation and the Communications Decency Act

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Emma Scanlan