• Cultivating Effective Trade Secret Protection Program
• E-Discovery and Digital Evidence Case Digest
• Rights and Responsibilities of Scientists' SciStatus Update
• Social Networking through Legally Minded
• Stopping the Collision
• Ten Interesting Places to Visit in Second Life
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SciTech Lunch & Learn
February 11th, 2009
12noon - 1:30pm
Suffolk University Law School
Main Function Room, 1st Floor
2009 ABA Midyear Meeting
February 12-14, 2009
The Benefits and Barriers to International Science Collaboration
Tuesday, February 24, 2009
4th Annual Homeland Security Law Institute
February 26-27, 2009
Washington, DC, L'Enfant Plaza Hotel
SciTech Lunch & Learn
March 10, 2009
Fordham University School of Law
New York, NY
Redefining the Legal Standard for "Reasonable" Security: The Far-Reaching Impact of the New Massachusetts Regulations
March 31, 2009
Registration to be available soon.
24th Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference
April 1-4, 2009
April 2-4, 2009
Forensic Science for the 21st Century: The National Academy of Sciences Report and Beyond
April 3-4, 2009
2009 RSA Conference
April 20-24, 2009
San Francisco, CA
2009 ABA Annual Meeting
July 29 - August 2, 2009
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The SciTech Lawyer
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The Section’s quarterly magazine features practical and timely articles on a diverse range of science and technology law issues. This issue focuses on biosecurity.
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This past year the Section created two new committees, in keeping with its mission to stay abreast of new developments. Learn about the Section’s two new committees below.
Cleantech and Climate Change
The Clean Technology and Climate Change Committee (CTC3) raises awareness to law, policy, science, and technology issues related to climate change; strengthens the capacity for effective legal, technical and market-based responses to mitigate greenhouse gases, ease adaptation, drive innovation, assure compliance, and preserve environmental integrity; and, as appropriate, assists with the development and implementation of domestic and international laws. CTC3 draws upon the expertise of public and private sector members from a wide range of practice areas and coordinates with other committees within the ABA Section on Science and Technology Law and in other Sections. Learn more about the committee and join today on their website.
E-Discovery and Digital Evidence
The e-Discovery and Digital Evidence Committee will address the emerging issues and problems facing the legal profession and the courts as a result of the explosion in electronic information.
The EDDE Committee brings together the leading thinkers and practitioners in the area of e-discovery and digital evidence: jurists, litigators, policy-makers, technology experts, and business leaders. Our mission is to bridge the gap between technology and law in a way that will foster better client representation -- prior to, in preparation for, and during litigation.
We are particularly honored to have as members a number of the judges who are shaping the landscape of e-Discovery and digital evidence. Please read more. To join the Committee and find all the details about activities, please check the SciTech EDDE website.
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E-COMMERCE AND IT DIVISION
- Blogs and User Generated Content on the Internet
- E-Discovery and Digital Evidence
- Electronic Commerce Payment
- Electronic Filing
- E-Privacy Law
- Information Security
- Latin America E-Commerce
- Open Source Software Licensing
- Privacy and Computer Crime
- Technical Standardization Law
- Telecommunications and Mass Media
- Virtual Worlds and Multi-User Online Games
- Voice Over Internet Protocol
LIFE SCIENCES AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES DIVISION
- Animal Research
- Behavioral Sciences
- Nanotechnology Law
- Public Health, Environmental Law and Preparedness
- Rights and Responsibilities of Scientists
- Scientific Evidence
- Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
- Cleantech and Climate Change
- Future of Evidence
- Homeland Security
- Museum Law
- Space Law
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