By Sandra Sheets Gardiner and Stephen Combs.
Welcome to the Winter 2008 issue of the Technology Law Section’s quarterly publication The Georgia Journal of Technology Law. (The full issue is available here!) This issue is brought to you by co-editors Sandra Sheets Gardiner of Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP and Stephen Combs of HowStuffWorks.com. In this issue, we have three excellent articles and ten full-length audio/video presentations from the 2008 Technology Law Institute:
- Wine Online By Cary S. Wiggins
- Diagnosing a Troubled Company Part 2 By Dennis J. Gerschick, Attorney, CPA, CFA
- Data Security Breaches Under the Georgia Personal Identity Protection Act By Thomas Traylor, III
- Audio/Video Presentations from the 2008 Technology Law Institute
We would also like to highlight a new Community Service category of the Section's website which includes news related to Computers For Youth and to volunteer opportunities for members. Please read the Section's announcement related to the Computers for Youth PC Drive. This is an important initiative of Computers for Youth.
This issue highlights the upcoming February 26 Quarterly Section Lunch Meeting on Drafting and Enforcing NDAs and Covenants Not to Solicit. You can now REGISTER ONLINE for added convenience.
We hope you will also use the additional features on the Section's website such as RSS feeds, a "Subscribe by Email" service, the Media Gallery, and a list of "Upcoming Events."
This issue of The Georgia Journal of Technology Law is a web-only edition. You can view all of the articles in this issue here.
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