Blake A. Klinkner Publications, Presentations, and Other Activity

Articles in Law Reviews and Other Scholarly Journals

"Anaerobic Digestion as a Renewable Energy Source and Waste Management Technology: What Must Be Done for this Technology to Realize Success in the United States?," 9 University of Massachusetts Law Review 68 (2014).

Other Publications

"Don't Allow Yourself to Become a Victim of 'Vishing'," 43:5 Wyoming Lawyer 58 (October 2020).

"Facial Recognition Technology, Biometric Identifiers, and Standing to Litigate Invasions of Digital Privacy", 42:6 Wyoming Lawyer 44 (October 2019).

"When Can Being Facebook "Friends" with the Judge Lead to Judicial Disqualification?," 42:4 Wyoming Lawyer 50 (June 2019).

"Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Law Offices Expected to Be Top Technological Trends Impacting the Legal Profession in 2017," 40:1 Wyoming Lawyer 52 (February 2017).

"Digital Evidence and the Fourth Amendment: United States v. Ganias and Judicial Recognition of the 'Right to Deletion'," 38:2 Wyoming Lawyer 52 (April 2015).

"Metadata: What Is It? How Can It Get Me into Trouble? What Can I Do About It?," 37:2 Wyoming Lawyer 18 (April 2014).

"Metadata Redux: Now You're Telling Me I Need to Provide Metadata to the Opposing Side?," 37:3 Wyoming Lawyer 44 (June 2014).

"Protecting Your Law Office Against Data Breaches and Other Cyber Threats," 38:1 Wyoming Lawyer 60 (February 2015).

"Do You Have a First Amendment Right to Social Media?," 40:2 Wyoming Lawyer 50 (April 2017).

"Text Messages and Spoliation: A Couple Lessons from Recent Case Law," 38:6 Wyoming Lawyer 48 (December 2015).

"Understanding the Changing Landscape of Data Protection Laws," 42:1 Wyoming Lawyer 44 (February 2019).

"Yet Another Example of Why You Should Always Lock Your Phone (and Start Asking Interlocutors to Do the Same)," 39:1 Wyoming Lawyer 54 (February 2016).

"Data Breach Lawsuits and Article III Standing: Will the United States Supreme Court Make It Easier for Identity Theft Victims to Have Their Day in Court?," 38:3 Wyoming Lawyer 66 (June 2015).

"Technological Savvy and the Attorney's Ethical Duty of Competency," 40:3 Wyoming Lawyer 54 (June 2017).

Presentations

"Ethical Considerations in the Use of Technology," 2020 Selected Topics and Miscellany CLE webinar, Washburn University School of Law, Topeka, Kansas, June 18, 2020.

"Electronic Discovery and Digital Evidence," 2020 Selected Topics and Miscellany CLE webinar, Washburn University School of Law, Topeka, Kansas, June 18, 2020.