Admissibility of Internet Sources Under Learned Treatise Exception
The World Wide Web - the Beginning of Knowledge Economy.
1989 marked the start of the information age with the invention of the World Wide Web. 28 years later we are still in the midst of the Information Age as the ever-growing popularity of smart phones, tablets, and computers has put information at our fingertips. For lawyers, this access to information presents an interesting dilemma with reliable information.
Bide Akande is an associate with Heyl Royster. He concentrates his practice on commercial litigation, defense of Section 1983 and other civil rights cases, and medical malpractice litigation. Mr. Akande joined the firm's Chicago office as an associate attorney in 2015. Prior to Heyl Royster, he interned at the Cook County Public Defender's Office in Maywood, IL. During law school, he participated in the Domestic Violence clinic. Mr. Akande has received awards and recognition for his participation in Mock Trial and Moot Court programs, including placing in the 2012 Phi Alpha Delta National Mock Trial Competition held in Washington, D.C.
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