Volume 3, Issue 4
• EDDE Journal
• Library of Congress Survey (username: glins; password: survey)
• SciTech Nominees for 2010-2011 Officer and Council Member Elections
Personal vs. Professional: Handling Employee Participation in Online Communities
Cyber on the Hill: Congressional Cybersecurity Oversight, Legislation & Initiatives for 2010
First Annual Electronic Discovery and Digital Evidence
Patent Licensing for Standards How the Deal Is Done
Prescriptions for Criminal Justice Forensics
Navigating the US Biosimilar Pathway
Flying High with Technology: A Review of Legal, Privacy, and International Issues Behind Aviation Security Tecnology
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The Section of Science & Technology Law warmly invites you to attend all of the spectacular programs and events we have planned at the ABA Annual Meeting in San Francisco, August 5-8, 2010. This year we have seven CLE programs ranging from the visionary to the practical, such as cloud computing issues, digital revolution and e-discovery, hackers versus scientists, issues facing top general counsel, liability issues in personal and service robotics, technology's impact on healthcare, and virtual law. These programs promise to be both informative and thought provoking with a diverse array of speakers. We also hope you will join us for our networking events. The Section's Annual Luncheon will be held on Friday, August 6th at the Westin San Francisco Market Street Hotel and the Section's Welcome Reception will be held in the historic and lovely Palace Hotel on Friday night. You may click here to register today to save $100 at the early registration rate and make your hotel reservation.
Acccess the live recording of the Gene Patenting Roundtable: Are Genes Patentable? The American Bar Association's Section of Litigation, Intellectual Property Law Section, and Section of Science & Technology Law co-sponsored this program at Washington University School of Law on February 23rd, 2010. Section Budget Officer Jorge Contreras moderated the program.
Under the Obama administration, United States health care may be poised for fundamental structural changes resulting in more insured Americans while controlling health care costs. Artificial intelligence, telemedicine, and robotics will likely play a significant role in future United States health care.
The journey from embryonic stem cell to a fully developed liver, heart or muscle cell requires not only the right genes, but genes that are turned on and off at the right time, according to Science Daily (April 16, 2010).
Self-referred to as "Zubulake Revisited, Six Years Later," the Pension Committee decision advances the practice of law in the digital age as much by what it implies as what it holds for issues involving ESI preservation, holds, and attorney competency and candor.
The push to open up scientific knowledge to all looks set to go into overdrive... Now two parallel efforts from the U.S. government could see almost all federally funded research made available in free, publicly accessible repositories.
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