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Is Blockchain and Biometrics a Match Made in Digital Heaven?

When it comes to confirming a person's identity, biometrics has come quite a long way since the days of Pudd'nhead Wilson. Smartphones now contain biometric scanners that can not only read fingerprints, but also faces. However, with the added security… read more...

Can You Bill Your Client While Working Through Writer's Block?

There are only a few things worse than sitting down to type out a motion, letter, or any other piece of writing and being struck with a case of writer's block. However, for attorneys, the writer's block problem is amplified because of the ethical issues… read more...

Unsent Text Message Is Valid Will, Court Rules

Perhaps the cycle of life is the same as the cycle of law when it comes to wills. In Queensland, Australia, a court has accepted an unsent text message as a valid will. The text was found in the deceased man's phone after he committed suicide. As in… read more...

Judge Accused of Ethics Violations While on Trial for Ethics Violations

Just outside Pittsburgh, PA, Beaver County Magisterial District Judge Andrew Hladio may surely have found himself in a sort of judicial ethics pickle. It seems that while charges against him were pending in one ethics complaint with the state's judicial… read more...

Dude, Your Phone Is Obsolete

Remember that 70s show when somebody was holding a cell phone as big as a shoe to their head? No, not "Get Smart." That was a shoe and it was the 60s. Anyway, it doesn't matter what show because we're talking about old cell phones. Dude, double-check… read more...
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