Ohio’s Limits on Health Services in the Electronic Age

Author: Andrea Flaute, Associate Member, University of Cincinnati Law Review Telemedicine is a key innovation in the health care industry. Sharing patient information and physician services across long distances bridges a gap for patients across the world. Telemedicine’s benefits include access to services that would otherwise be unavailable; streamlined and efficient communication between patients and... Continue Reading →

The Seventh Circuit Revisits Standing for Data Breach Class Actions

By Zachariah DeMeola, Guest Editor, BakerHostetler.  Link to original post: http://bit.ly/1pOpf9K    One obstacle for named plaintiffs in proposed data breach class actions is the extent to which plaintiffs must allege an injury-in-fact to have standing. Disputes often arise about whether proactive efforts to mitigate against the potential misuse of stolen data, such as utilizing credit... Continue Reading →

The FTC and Cybersecurity: Unfair Business Practices or Unfair Business Expectations

Author: Brooke Logsdon, Associate Member, University of Cincinnati Law Review National Cybersecurity, or the lack thereof, has frequently been front and center in our national news these days. Despite the recent increase of cyber-attacks on corporate entities such as Target, Ashley Madison, and Anthem,[1] Congress has yet to pass an adequate cybersecurity bill that would... Continue Reading →

Phone Frustration: FTC Files Suit against AT&T for Deliberately Slowing Phone Speeds of “Unlimited” Plan Users

Author: Ashley Clever, Contributing Member, University of Cincinnati Law Review Frustration with technology often causes one to wonder if there is an electronic conspiracy raging war against technology users. Usually these thoughts are ridiculous, fabricated only by an overly-unreliable copy machine that seems to always jam minutes before an important deadline or by an iPhone... Continue Reading →

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