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Defining Cybersecurity Law
As data breaches, denial-of-service attacks, and other cybersecurity incidents lead to extraordinary economic and national security consequences, commentators increasingly look to the legal system for solutions. Unfortunately, U.S. laws do not have a unified and coherent vision for the regulation and promotion of cybersecurity. For that matter, the U.S. legal system lacks a consistent definition...
- WHY CHINA HAD TO 'BAN' CRYPTOCURRENCY BUT THE U.S. DID NOT: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF REGULATIONS ON CRYPTO-MARKETS BETWEEN THE U.S. AND CHINA.
- The Need for Speed: Regulatory Approaches to High Frequency Trading in the United States and the European Union.
- 568 F.2d 284 (3rd Cir. 1977), 76-1386, American Iron and Steel Institute v. E.P.A.
- Lawyering that has no name: Title VI and the meaning of private enforcement.
- LEGAL CAPACITY FOR ALL: INCLUDING OLDER PERSONS IN THE SHIFT FROM ADULT GUARDIANSHIP TO SUPPORTED DECISION-MAKING.
- STATE RESPONSIBILITY FOR NON-STATE ACTORS IN TIMES OF WAR: ARTICLE VI OF THE OUTER SPACE TREATY AND THE LAW OF NEUTRALITY.
- DE FACTO STATE ACTION: SOCIAL MEDIA NETWORKS AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT.
- Postmarital family law: a legal structure for nonmarital families.
- Community Participation in Development.
- Toward a new system of environmental regulation: the case for an industry sector approach.
- Employment law violations.
- Executive (Agency) Administration.
Does Iowa's Health Care External Review Process Replace Common-Law Rights?
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) established a federal external review process that enabled covered persons to appeal to independent reviewers if their health insurers deny coverage for a particular health care service. The ACA also required each state to implement an adequate external review process. Iowa's appellate courts have not decided whether the external review...
Avoiding Liability: Changing the Regulatory Structure of Cryptocurrencies to Better Ensure Legal Use
Monitoring the transactions consumers in the United States make when buying and selling virtual currency requires an inventive regulatory system because many types of virtual currency, like Bitcoin, are operated anonymously and independently. In the United States today, the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) has little structure in how it monitors cryptocurrencies, merely classifying them as...
- GINA, Big Data, and the Future of Employee Privacy.
- We Need a Fracking Baseline
- PANDORA'S DIGITAL BOX: THE PROMISE AND PERILS OF DIGITAL WALLETS.
- Limiting NIFLA.
- Drones and Jones: Rethinking Curtilage Flyover in Light of the Revived Fourth Amendment Trespass Doctrine
- What the Frack Shale We Do? A Proposed Environmental Regulatory Scheme for Hydraulic Fracturing
- Who bleeds when the wolves bite? A flesh-and-blood perspective on hedge fund activism and our strange corporate governance system.
- Corporations, Social Media, & Advertising: Deceptive, Profitable, or Just Smart Marketing?
- III. Miscellaneous.
- A SUSPENDED DEATH SENTENCE: HABEAS REVIEW OF EXPEDITED REMOVAL DECISIONS.