Legal Scholarship
 

Abstract

[Excerpt] "Authenticity is defined as something that is not false or an imitation. Savvy consumers pay a premium for an authentic product and treat with suspicion a product that does not ring true.

We have a system of trademark and copyright protections that protect a company’s intellectual property rights and brands and consumer protections to protect the consumer from counterfeit and unsafe products. Now, there is model legislation that will provide a systematic way to protect, preserve and provide better electronic access to the bread and butter of our legal profession: our official state legal documents."

Publication Date

6-16-2016

Journal Title

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly

Document Type

Letter to the Editor

Additional Information

This letter to the editor originally appeared in the Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.

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