It is amazing how frequently lawyers complain that they can't learn how to use technology, that technology is expensive to acquire, or that they can't deal with the ethical issues technology raises
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
...support of TheDirty," writes Goldman. Those companies include: Amazon.com Inc., AOL Inc., eBay Inc., Facebook, Google Inc., LinkedIn Corp., Twitter and Yahoo Inc...
You won't need a steep learning curve to use Guidance Software's EDD tool, EnCase Forensic 7.05
When legal professionals get together, you can just about guarantee that the conversation will, at some point, turn to planes, trains, and hotels. So the March "12on12" LTN asked our readers
Guidance Software, a computer forensics, security, and e-discovery software maker, upgraded EnCase Forensic to make it easier to collect, analyze, and report on data in civil litigation, criminal tri
...instance, the most popular search engines are offered by Google, Microsoft Bing, AOL, and Yahoo, but each brand has very different terms in their ToS...
...15.8 million for past infringement. The remaining four co-defendants AOL Inc., IAC/InterActiveCorp, Target Corporation and Gannett Co Inc. are responsible...
Recently launched e-discovery provider Cumulus Data Inc. has announced the release of eCloudCollect, a software as a service that collects electronically stored information from network and Internet
...patents that one of its biggest shareholders, Microsoft Corp., had purchased from AOL Inc. Armed with its own arsenal of intellectual property, Facebook signaled that...
A Pennsylvania Superior Court panel has found that the deactivation of an email account does not discount probable cause that the internet service provider will retain information regarding the accou
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