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Video Clip: Family Wants Access to Son’s Digital Data After Death

Minnesota’s KMSP-TV Fox 9 News ran a video story on September 9, 2014, by Ted Haller about a family wanting access to their deceased nineteen-year-old son’s digital data. They have been seeking access to his text messages,...more

Kate Gosselin Sues Jon Gosselin for Violating the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act–Did She Adequately Plead a “Loss”?

When I do presentations on the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, one of the issues I speak about is how we see CFAA issues arise in many unexpected cases such as those in the family law context. We now have another great example...more

An Overview of G.I.N.A.

This article describes new protections for employees and new challenges for employers (including specific things to do and not to do) under the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act....more

Safety and Security in a Digital Age

Safety and Security in a Digital Age summarizes the many ways one's privacy is violated and monitored by others. The article discusses relevant case law and statutes that impact such technology and helps attorneys apprise...more

Lawyer's Weekly: Effectively manage your practice online by leveraging technology

A case study of how the Law Offices of Place & Hanley, LLC, leverages technology to effectively manage their cases in securities and commodities litigation, family law, wills and trusts....more

Husband's Emails Admissable in Divorce

In a case that seems to be splitting hairs, a judge ruled that emails culled by a wife from her husband’s on-line account did not constitute eavesdropping and were, therefore, admissible at trial. Had the emails been...more

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