Volume 2, Issue 3

Chair’s Welcome

Practice Edge

• BioBlurb

• Catalyst at the Water/Oil Interface

• EDDE Case Digest

• SciTech Job Search Strategies for a Challenging Economy

• SciStatus Update

• Should Federal Govt Enact Regs. to Protect Right to Install Windmills & Clean Energy Devices?

• Solo Practitioner Guide

COLLEAGUE CONNECTION

Learn about Section
member professional updates.

SECTION NEWS

• 2010 Student Writing Contest Details

• Register for Free Section Member Teleconference

• SciTech Diversity Showcase

Sponsorship Opportunities

FJE Ambassador Sought

 

Calendar/cle

ABA TECHSHOW
March 25-27, 2010
Chicago, IL

25th Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference

Apr. 7, 2010 - Apr. 10, 2010
Marriott Crystal Gateway
Arlington, VA
Live/In-Person

BOOK STORE

 The advancement of technology in the past decade has catapulted the prominence of electronic evidenc... Read More

 This book provides you with a legal and practical approach to the new world of digital information. It has been described as a must have  for litigation lawyers, corporate counsel and records managers who want to understand how to appropriately handle the digital information of an enterprise. Read more.



The SciTech Lawyer

 The Section’s quarterly magazine features practical and timely articles on a diverse range of science and technology law issues. This issue focuses on technological touchpoints.

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Colleague Connection

Kimberly Kiefer Peretti, senior counsel in the computer crime and intellectual property section of the U.S. Department of Justice, is recognized as an industry pioneer in SC Magazine.

Section Chair-Elect, Stephen S. Wu, has been appointed as the legal coordinator for CrisisCommons Haiti Relief effort.  CrisisCommons is a volunteer group of people interested in using technology to help Haiti in the aftermath of the earthquake. 

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