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THE UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO LAW REVIEW


Volume 50      Number 3      Spring 2019

THE ROLE OF TECHNOLOGY IN PROFESSIONAL ADVICE SYMPOSIUM

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction
      Eric C. Chaffee ................................................................................................. ix

ARTICLES

Rethinking Automated Investment Adviser Disclosure
      Nicole G. Iannarone .......................................................................................... 433

Advising the “Smart City”: When Artificial Intelligence and Big Data Are the Subjects of Professional Advice, What Is a Local Government Lawyer to Do?
      Jamila Jefferson-Jones ...................................................................................... 447

Disruptive Technology and the Ethical Lawyer
      Agnieszka McPeak ............................................................................................ 457

A Call to Arms: Why and How Lawyers and Law Schools Should Embrace Artificial Intelligence
      Melanie Reid ..................................................................................................... 477

"Trust Me" Versus Transparency in Civil Document Discovery
      Paula Schaefer ................................................................................................... 491

Paying Attention to That Man Behind the Curtain: State Securities Regulators’ Early Conversations with Robo-Advisers
      Andrea L. Seidt, Noula Zaharis and Charles Jarrett ............................................. 501

COMMENTS

Restructuring Australia’s Indefinite Mandatory Detention Policy to Comply with International Refugee and Human Rights Law
      Lauren Y. Jackson .............................................................................................. 525

Ohio Attorney General Enforcement Actions: Implications for In-House Counsel
      Kristen A. Krebs ................................................................................................ 549

Tip Jars in Need of Change: The Case for Reforming Employee Tip Regulations in the Fair Labor Standards Act
      Ashley Weis ...................................................................................................... 575

INDEX to Volume 50 ............................................................................................... 599

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