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Section of Science & Technology Law: E-Filing Committee

Section of Science & Technology Law:
E-Filing Committee


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About the Committee

The Electronic Filing Committee considers the improved efficiencies and privacy implications occasioned by the use of electronic processes to enable information transfers between private persons or entities and public repositories, whether they are conducted to facilitate official decision-making, to establish personal jurisdiction over corporations and registered agents, or to effectuate significant commercial and private transactions. The current focus of the committee is upon court and administrative filings in state and federal proceedings, electronic voting, authentication and identification of persons and official roles, including electronic notarizations of electronic documents, and tamper-evident protective seals to protect official electronic data from unauthorized modifications. Articulation of best technology practices can assist in a review and meaningful revision of official policies, statutes and rules, and the development of interoperable standards to achieve compatibility in technology solutions across jurisdictional boundaries.


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      Cybersecurity and Your Law Firm: Top Tips from the Pros


      The event will be held on 02/27/2018. The format is Web. The event sponsor(s) are Center for Professional Development,Center For Professional Responsibility,Law Practice Division,Section of Science & Technology Law. The event has 1.00 CLE Credits .

      Pre-RSA ISC Meeting 2018


      11th Annual Face-to-Face Pre-RSA ISC Meeting April 15 16, 2018 Hosted at the Offices of Foley & Lardner, 555 California Street Keynotes from leading Administration and state cyber officials; Annual review of essential ICT cases and regulatory proceedings, quad ...

      Internet of Things National Institute

      Crowell & Moring LLP

      The Internet of Things (IOT) is defined as billions of vehicles, buildings, process control devices, wearables, medical devices, drones, consumer/business products, mobile phones, tablets, and other smart objects that are wirelessly connecting to and communicating with each other. This new top law practice ...

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