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Authenticity Key to Success in Life and in Legal Information
Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly
  • Susan Drisko Zago, University of New Hampshire School of Law
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
Document Type
Letter to the Editor
Additional Information

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

Citation Information
Susan Drisko Zago, Authenticity Key to Success in Life and in Legal Information, Mass. Lawyers Weekly, June 16, 2016. Available at http://masslawyersweekly.com/