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Article Preview: Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress & The Hulk Hogan Sex Tape

Most people know that, in 2016, Terrence “Hulk Hogan” Bollea was awarded $140 million by a Florida jury after successfully suing Gawker Media, LLC for invading his privacy when it released a video of Hogan having sex with a friend’s wife. However, it often goes overlooked that Hogan was also successful in a separate cause… Continue reading Article Preview: Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress & The Hulk Hogan Sex Tape

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Article Preview: One Step Forward Two Steps Back: The SJC’s Incorrect Decision in Commonwealth v. Gelfgatt Deprives Technology Users of Their Constitutional Rights

Contributing Editor: Cody Zane
The Fifth Amendment of the United States Constitution protects individual criminal defendants against self-incrimination. However, as the world continues to develop at such a rapid pace and technology becomes synonymous with everyday life, Fifth Amendment protections become clouded. In 2014, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (“SJC”), in Commonwealth v. Galfgatt, significantly reduced Fifth Amendments protections by failing to extend these rights to the defendant, who was compelled to produce decryption keys encrypting mortgage schemes. Specifically, the SJC lowered the evidentiary burden of reasonable particularity in its forgone conclusion analysis. Additionally, the SJC failed to apply Article 12 of the Massachusetts constitution in its analysis.

New England Law Review

NELR Happenings: Volume 51 E-Board-Elect

The New England Law Review is proud to announce that we have elected our Executive Board members for Volume 51, for the 2016-2017 academic year:

Editor-in-Chief Justin Rustoff
Managing Editor Nicole Gabree
Business Managing Editor Briana Matuszko
Executive Online Editor--On Remand Amanda Palmeira
Executive Online Editor--Offer of Proof Leah Barrett
We hope everyone will join us in congratulating our newly elected E-board members. The Review is excited about our transition and knows Volume 51 will bring us great things!