I am throwing caution to the wind* and giving a presentation titled Northern District Cyberlaw Trends to the Chicago Bar Association’s Cyberlaw & Data Privacy Committee, thanks to a request from Evan Brown on his excellent Internet Cases blog. I am going to discuss some of the major Northern District cyberlaw cases and opinions from 2007, including the Craigslist case, and discuss trends that can be seen from them.
If you are available February 19 at noon, join us at the Chicago Bar Association building 321 S. Plymouth. If you cannot make it, I will post about the content of my presentation after the 19th.
* Washington DC attorney Eric J. Menhart has filed a trademark application for the use of cyberlaw in connection with legal services. Not surprisingly, the blogs have a lot to say about it. Check out Blawg IT, Electronic Frontier Foundation and GrokLaw.