By Jeffrey V. Mehalic on Posted in Contracts
Chances are you’ve visited or at least heard of The Huffington Post, the eponymous blog and news-aggregation site started by Arianna Huffington and others, which has expanded to include in-depth coverage on an ever-growing number of subjects.
In the February issue of
By Jeffrey V. Mehalic on Posted in InternetI’m attending LegalTech New York 2009, which started this morning and runs through Wednesday afternoon.
This afternoon I am going to attend two programs: LegalTech E-discovery Town Hall, which will feature an interactive panel of electronic discovery and and legal technology experts who will answer questions submitted in advance via YouTube.
By Jeffrey V. Mehalic on Posted in UncategorizedI’ll be attending and blogging from the LegalTech New York 2009 seminar in a couple of weeks. The seminar will take place from February 2-4 at the New York Hilton in New York City.
If you’re in the area and want to attend a first-class program with interesting speakers and presentations
By Jeffrey V. Mehalic on Posted in Appellate Decisions The Supreme Court of Virginia today held that the unsolicited bulk electronic mail (spam) provision of the Virginia Computer Crimes Act was unconstitutional, and reversed the criminal conviction of Jeremy Jaynes, who had been convicted of sending more than 55,000 emails to AOL subscribers over three occasions in 2003.
In a unanimous
By Jeffrey V. Mehalic on Posted in Uncategorized I am happy to announce that on Monday, July 14, 2008, I will host Blawg Review #142. I’ll post a reminder as the date gets closer, but I wanted to mention it today. Blawg Review is a weekly summary of submissions from varied and various legal blogs.