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Annual Survey 2017: Table Of Contents Nov 2017

Annual Survey 2017: Table Of Contents

University of Richmond Law Review

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Preface: Annual Survey 2017, Brian M. Melnyk Nov 2017

Preface: Annual Survey 2017, Brian M. Melnyk

University of Richmond Law Review

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Restating The "Original Source Exception" To The False Claims Act's "Public Disclosure Bar" In Light Of The 2010 Amendments, Joel D. Hesch May 2017

Restating The "Original Source Exception" To The False Claims Act's "Public Disclosure Bar" In Light Of The 2010 Amendments, Joel D. Hesch

University of Richmond Law Review

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Through The Lens Of Complex Systems Theory: Why Regulators Must Understand The Economy And Society As A Complex System, James M. Giudice May 2017

Through The Lens Of Complex Systems Theory: Why Regulators Must Understand The Economy And Society As A Complex System, James M. Giudice

University of Richmond Law Review

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Family Law Legislative Update, Jason Zarin Jan 2017

Family Law Legislative Update, Jason Zarin

Law Faculty Publications

The Virginia General Assembly adjourned sine die on April 5, 2017. One bill affecting adoption was successfully vetoed, and several bills affecting adoption were enacted. Following is a preview of some possible legislation that may be introduced for the 2018 session.


Mandated Ethical Hacking—A Repackaged Solution, Corinne Moini Jan 2017

Mandated Ethical Hacking—A Repackaged Solution, Corinne Moini

Law Student Publications

Hacking to prove a point or to expose technological vulnerabilities has been around since the 1960s, but it has been labeled and packaged differently as “white hacking” or “ethical hacking.” This article suggests that smart toy manufacturers, such as Mattel and VTech, should be subject to required vulnerability testing which utilizes ethical hacking under the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (“CPSIA”). More specifically, this article proposes to amend the Toy Safety Standard, ASTMF- 963-11, to include smart toys connected to the internet. The CPSIA and Consumer Product Safety Commission (“CPSC”) impose safety testing on all toys intended for use by …