The Sedona Conference Journal® Volume 8

Journal Year: 
September, 2007

Fall 2007
The Future of U.S. Federal Antitrust Enforcement: Learning from Past & Current Influences - James Langenfeld & Daniel R. Shulman
Ancillary Restraints Doctrine After Dagher - Gregory J. Werden
Get-Out-of-Jail-Free Cards: Amnesty Developments in the U.S. & Current Issues - Constance K. Robinson
If It Takes Two to Tango, Do they Conspire? Twombly & Standards of Pleading Conspiracy - Richard A. Duncan & Brian S. McCormac
The Sedona Conference® Introduction to the Legal & Economic Issues at the Intersection of Patent & Antitrust Laws - The Sedona Conference® WG4
Claim Construction & Implicit Definitions Based on the Specifications Since Phillips - Robert Fram, Laurie Adams & Tanya Mazur
Solving Hobson’s Choice: Suggested Changes to Willfulness Law in the Wake of Knorr-Bremise & Echostar - Timothy J. Malloy & Merle S. Elliott
Updates on the Corporate Attorney-Client Privilege - David M. Brodsky
Protection of the Attorney-Client Privilege in Criminal Investigations - Barry M. Sabin & Matthew R. Lewis
The Status & Content of Solicitor-Client Privilege in Canada: Questions Still Unanswered - The Hon. Gilles Létourneau
Comparative Approaches to the Attorney-Client Privilege in the US, Canada, UK & EU - Lista M. Cannon
The Practical Implications of Proposed Rule 502 - Ashish Prasad & Vazantha Meyers
The Sedona Guidelines: Best Practices Addressing Protective Orders, Confidentiality & Public Access in Civil Cases - The Sedona Conference® WG2
The Sedona Conference® Best Practices Commentary on the Use of Search & Information Retrieval Methods in E-Discovery - The Sedona Conference® WG1
Search & Information Retrieval Science - Herbert L. Roitblat
The Sedona Conference® Commentary on Email Management: Guidelines for Selection of Retention Policy - The Sedona Conference® WG1
The TREC Legal Track: Origins & Reflections on the First Year - Jason R. Baron
Not Your Mother’s Rule 26(f) Conference Anymore - Moze Cowper & John Rosenthal

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