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What is neuroscience? How is it being used in law? Where are we most likely to see it in the future?
We access a myriad of services online, but very rarely pause to read the fine print in all those clickwrap and browsewrap agreements. This article analyzes the contracts and privacy policies used by direct-to-consumer genetic testing companies.
Scientists have made significant progress in the development of biomarkers for susceptibility and effect of concussive injury. As these developments continue and biomarkers are applied in a widespread fashion, they will implicate a host of legal issues.
Neuroscience is an impressive scientific and technological tool that will continue to influence decision making in the American legal system. Lawyers and courts need to ensure that it is presented by qualified experts, and is material, probative, and helpful, without being unduly prejudicial.
Read this excerpt from the Section’s book on health care IT.
Law and Neuroscience is a major undertaking; it succeeds beyond any reasonable expectation harbored by its editors and publisher.
A column on neuroscience and the law from this year’s Chair of the Section of Science & Technology Law.
An interview with Jill A. Phillips, Chief Privacy Officer, General Motors.
In this installment, find coverage of virology and genomes.