February 2014 Archives

How Google Glass Is Redefining Tech Etiquette
Joel Reidenberg in NBC News, February 24, 2014
Scrutiny in California for Software in Schools
CLIP in The New York Times, February 20, 2014
CBLA Chinese New Year Banquet Honors Lawyer and Author Helen Wan
Geoffrey Sant in The Sing Tao Daily, February 20, 2014
Lawmakers seek alternatives to lethal injection, as death penalty becomes mired in litigation
Deborah Denno in The Cleveland Plain Dealer, February 20, 2014
Shortage of Execution Drugs Becomes More Acute
Deborah Denno in ABC News, February 19, 2014
Secrecy shrouds state’s lethal injection drugs
Deborah Denno in The Tampa Tribune, February 19, 2014
The recent history of states scrambling to keep using lethal injections
Deborah Denno in The Washington Post, February 19, 2014
Captain Of The Mother Court: Judge Loretta Preska
Loretta Preska '73 in Law 360, February 19, 2014
TV Facial Recognition Technology Becomes Reality
Joel Reidenberg on CBS New York, February 19, 2014
Davidoff, Fisch, & Griffith on Disclosure-Only Settlements in Merger Litigation
Sean Griffith in Legal Theory Blog, February 19, 2014
Shortage of execution drugs becomes more acute
Deborah Denno in The Seattle Times, February 18, 2014
Death penalty's future unclear: Public favors its use, but the obstacles are great
Deborah Denno in Chattanooga Times Free Press, February 16, 2014
Georgia’s high court to take look at lethal-injection secrecy law
Deborah Denno in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, February 16, 2014
'Citizens United' Critics Fight Money With Money
Zephyr Teachout on NPR, February 13, 2014
Suit over Missouri execution drug draws scrutiny
Deborah Denno in San Francisco Chronicle, February 13, 2014
E-Commerce Law Expert “Unsure” If Bitcoins Will Become Mainstream
Jeffrey Neuburger in Retail TouchPoints, February 13, 2014
Texas Exploring 'All Options' For Execution Drugs
Deborah Denno in KUT News, February 12, 2014
Christie's Bridge Scandal Lawyers Seek Documents from Hoboken, Fort Lee
James Cohen in The Star-Ledger, February 11, 2014
Chris Christie Bullies Again
James Cohen in The Nation, February 11, 2014
U.S. Looks to Target American With Drone
Karen Greenberg in The Takeaway, February 11, 2014
Failed Somali Pirate Prosecution Fuels Terror Trial Fears
Karen J. Greenberg in Politico, February 10, 2014
Will gay marriage gain foothold in the South with pending Virginia ruling?
Elizabeth Cooper in Daily Press, February 8, 2014
Why Lawsuits Are a New Fashion Trend
Susan Scafidi on Bloomberg News, February 7, 2014
US states mulling execution methods amid drug shortage
Deborah Denno in Daily Times, February 6, 2014
Virginia to Bring Back Electric Chair as Default Execution Method
Deborah Denno in International Business Times, February 6, 2014
Reidenberg argues student privacy is lost in data cloud
Joel Reidenberg in The Daily Princetonian, February 6, 2014
Officials: NY Suspect Had Hoffman's Cell Number
James Cohen in The Associated Press, February 5, 2014
Virginia to vote on electric chair as default execution method
Deborah Denno in RT, February 5, 2014
Execution Delayed to Avoid Cruel Punishment of Child Killer
Deborah Denno in Liberty Voice, February 4, 2014
Va. lawmakers expected to set electric chair as backup when lethal injection unavailable
Deborah Denno in The Washington Post, February 4, 2014
US states mulling execution methods amid drug shortage
Deborah Denno in Agence France-Presse, February 4, 2014
Electric chair could return
Deborah Denno in The Advocate, February 4, 2014
Attorney-Client Privilege Questioned After Inmate's Call Is Recorded
James Cohen on NBC New York, February 4, 2014
US states mulling execution methods amid drug shortage
Deborah Denno in New Straits Times, February 4, 2014
"Eighty-five percent of the states in the United States that had electrocution have now abolished it."
Deborah Denno in Richmond Times-Dispatch, February 3, 2014
PolitiFact: Surovell’s count of states shutting down electric chairs a tad off
Deborah Denno in Richmond Times-Dispatch, February 3, 2014
In Super Bowl 2014 spotlight, Chris Christie muddles through bridge scandal fallout
James Cohen in The Star-Ledger, February 2, 2014
US Executions Getting Worse
Deborah Denno in OpEdNews, February 1, 2014
Reciprocity fight returns as lawsuits press the ABA-advocated issue
Bruce Green in The ABA Journal, February 1, 2014
Wishing added horsepower to China in this Year of the Horse
Geoffrey Sant in People's Daily (China), February 1, 2014