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Nathan Crystal, Technethics 2016 Year in Review, SC Lawyer 12 (March 2017)

Nathan Crystal, Enforceability of Arbitration Clauses in Engagement Agreements, South Carolina Lawyer 11(September 2016) sept-16-1

*new* Francesca Giannoni-Crystal & Allyson Haynes Stuart, The Internet-of-Things (IoT) (#IoT) (or Internet of Everything) – privacy and data protection issues in the EU and the US, Information Law Journal, Spring 2016, volume 7 issue 2 – download it at http://apps.americanbar.org/dch/committee.cfm?com=ST230002

*new* Ethics Watch: Technology and Ethics (“Technethics”) 2015 Year in Review, South Carolina Lawyer 12 (March 2016) – Read it: 2015_year in Review

Ethics Watch: Limited Admission to Practice in and Outside of South Carolina, South Carolina Lawyer 12 (November 2015)

Ethics Watch: Ethical Obligations in Responding to Auditors’ Requests, South Carolina Lawyer 12 (May 2015)

Ethics Watch: Technology and Ethics (“Technethics”):2014 in Review, South Carolina Lawyer 12 (March 2015)

Nathan M. Crystal & Francesca Giannoni-Crystal, Something’s got to give: breve comparazione tra l’approccio americano ed europeo al cloud computing, soluzioni pratiche, Cultura e Diritti, no.4/2014, October- December 2014, p. 27 (read the Cloud article in Cultura e Diritti)

Nathan M. Crystal & Francesca Giannoni-Crystal, Reconciling US and EU approaches to cloud contracts, 22  PL&B International, October 2014, Issue 131, www.privacylaws.com (read Cloud Article)

Ethics Watch: Accepting Bitcoin, South Carolina Lawyer 10 (September 2014).

Nathan M. Crystal & Francesca Giannoni-Crystal, “Something’s got to give” – Cloud Computing, as applied to lawyers – comparative approach US and EU and practical proposals to overcome differences, together with Nathan M. Crystal, Opinio Juris in Comparatione Vol.I, n.I, 2014 (available at http://www.opiniojurisincomparatione.org/)

Ethics Watch: Using Social Media to Investigate Jurors (July 2014)

Ethics Watch: Enforcing Fee Splitting Rules: Equity Rather than Strict Compliance, South Carolina Lawyer 12 (May 2014)

Ethics Watch: Technology and Ethics (“Technethics”): 2013 in Review, South Carolina Lawyer 14 (March 2014)

Ethics Watch: Criticism of Judges, South Carolina Lawyer 9 (January 2014)

Deterrents to Forum Selection Clause Challenges, Nathan M. Crystal & Francesca Giannoni-Crystal, International Litigation Articles, ABA (June 25, 2013), http://apps.americanbar.org/abanet/common/login/securedarea.cfm?areaType=premium&role=lt&url=/litigation/mo/premium-lt/articles/international/spring2013-0620-rule-11-as-deterrent-to-forum-selection-challenges.html

Ethics Watch: The Year in Review (2012), South Carolina Lawyer 8 (January 2013)

Ethical Issues in Aggregate settlements of Non-Class Action Cases, Part One, South Carolina Lawyer 8 (May 2012)

Ethical Issues in Aggregate settlements of Non-Class Action Cases, Part Two, South Carolina Lawyer 8 (July 2012)

Ethics Watch: The Year in Review (through Nov. 30, 2011), South Carolina Lawyer 8 (January 2012). 

PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY: PROBLEMS OF PRACTICE AND THE PROFESSION (4th ed.) available for purchase at http://www.aspenlawschool.com/books/Crystal_Professional

Professionalism and Reporting Misconduct of Other Lawyers, South Carolina Lawyer 8 (July 2008).

Using the Concept of “A Philosophy of Lawyering” in Teaching Professional Responsibility, 51 St. Louis U. L.J. 1235 (2007). 

Core Values: False and True, 70 Fordham L. Rev. 747 (2001). 

The Incompleteness of the Model Rules and the Development of Professional Standards, 52 Mercer L. Rev. 839 (2001). 

Developing a Philosophy of Lawyering, 14 Notre Dame L.J. Ethics & Pol’y 75 (2000).