Two federal judges came to such different conclusions about the NSA's telephone surveillance program that the U.S. Supreme Court likely won't ignore the issue
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Will gaming technology infiltrate law — everything from e-discovery reviews to compliance training? Bet on yes
As Law Technology News looks to the new year, we wish you and your loved ones a happy, safe holiday week. Looking back at 2013's most interesting and important stories. In August, Lisa Holton's "G-Ha
...launched their private beta site on December 13. The new social network aims at “connecting the automotive world” by allowing enthusiasts to exhibit...
...LTN's Editor-in-Chief Monica Bay chronicled in "Assassins Aim to Reinvent Big Law." You might think Daniel...
A Calif. probate bill aims to be the first ever crowd-sourced piece of legislation in the United States
Originally Published: The Recorder
Members of Congress want the Obama administration to demand that U.S. allies back off from proposed restrictions on international data transmissions because they could hurt U.S. companies
...for themselves. (See "Assassins Aim to Reinvent Big Law.") A decade ago, U...
Information governance and records management are flirting with electronic data discovery. Expect fireworks
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