A ‘Pro-Technology’ Justice? Scalia’s Relationship with Tech

An eloquent, divisive idealist, Scalia’s legacy is cemented. But does technology deserve a special place in his canon of accomplishments?

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An eloquent, divisive idealist, Scalia’s legacy is cemented. But does technology deserve a special place in his canon of accomplishments?

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  • Joe Reisinger

    From this old corporate trial lawyer‘s perspective, the much appreciated contribution of American University‘s professor Steve Vladeck is probably most in line with those of the world‘s top business leaders who create the commerce which fuels our society. That is, among the more enlightened members of this class of clientele, Justice Scalia was viewed as being more concerned with the ontology of law than merely its method and means of delivery which typically is all technology addresses. As a caveat, of course, this assertion is subject to those very rare and exceptional cases where the tail truly does wag the dog.Thanks for this forum,

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