The Journal of Legal Technology Risk Management (JLTRM) provides a public peer-reviewed professional forum for the open discussion and education of legal professionals concerning the legal issues businesses and governments face in the use of information technology as an enabling infrastructure. JLTRM articles are written by both academic and legal practitioners and focus on legal risk ratios respective to digital-driven technologies.
This issue features the following articles:
Third Circuit Uses Procedural Grounds to Reject Fcc’s Weakening of Media Cross-ownership Rules for a Second Time in Prometheus Radio Project V. Fcc
When Parallel Tracks Cross: Application of the New Insider Trading Regulations Under Dodd-frank Derails
Electronic Discovery and the Constitution: Inaccessible Justice
Renewing the Bayh-dole Act as a Default Rule in the Wake of Stanford V. Roche