Formal Motion Practice - A Motion to Quash a Subpoena Duces Tecum

I solely authored and filed the following motion to quash a subpoena served on our client, a non-party to litigation. Pursuant to NJ Court Rules, our client responded to an information subpoena, and the Plaintiff chose to disregard the executed information subpoena and serve a subpoena duces tecum. This motion to quash was granted on the papers.

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Motion Practice - A less formal letter brief to the Court

The aforementioned motion to quash the subpoena was opposed by Plaintiff. This letter brief in reply to the motion highlights my less formal, though equally persuasive, authoring style. As previous stated, this motion to quash was granted on the papers.

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Why-Spy? An analysis of privacy and geolocation in the wake of the 2010 Google "Wi-Spy" controversy

This Note was published in the Fall-2013 edition of the Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal. It describes the technical details of Wi-Fi geolocation; examines the privacy implications of Wi-Fi geolocation; summarizes the domestic response to the 2010 Google controversy (where Google Street View cars captured payload data from unencrypted Wi-Fi hotspots); provides an analysis of relevant domestic statutes; summarizes the international response and privacy statutes; advocates for the selective adoption of international privacy methodologies by comparing and contrasting selected treatments. It received the Rutgers Outstanding Scholastic Achievement Award for Best Student Note, Comment, or Scholarly Paper for all 2013 publications.

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39 Rutgers Computer & Tech. L.J. 56 (2013)

SSI Appeal Brief

This writing sample is excerpted from a brief submitted for an SSI remand hearing. The claimant was a minor when he was first denied SSI, and has since turned 18. The beginning of the brief introduced the procedural history, and argued for the childhood benefits. This sample's contents argues for continuing adult benefits. This sample was edited to redact the Claimant's name.

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Smart Growth

This reading report was written as a semester-long assignment for a Housing Policy Seminar. Urban Sprawl is the uncontrolled expansion of developments marked by low-density zoning, single-use zoning, and high levels of car-dependency. This type of development leads to environmental and societal concerns. One solution posited is Smart Growth. This reading report compares older smart growth methods within Euclidean zoning, the newer smart growth theory under a form-based code, and draws attention to areas were both fail to address critical housing concerns (e.g. affordability).

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