...can be tricky," said Daniel Shallman, a white collar defense...was young." Baker & McKenzie offers apps that...
Originally Published: The Recorder
With spring in the air, it's a good time to identify favorite activities, products, law firms, services, apps, and websites that can help reduce our "carbon footprint." It all adds up to 12 (
Enthusiastic newcomers bring their products and services to the Hilton's three floors of exhibits
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
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...years signed some notable law firms, including Dorsey & Whitney, Faegre Baker Daniels, and Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton, CEO ...
So much for Thanksgiving vacation plans for the lawyers and consultants who advise Hewlett-Packard Co. and Autonomy. Instead of turkey they were probably inhaling Maalox after HP divulged that it was
Ernest E. Badway and Daniel A. Schnapp, partners at Fox Rothschild, discuss the current state of significant cyber dangers, regulatory efforts to protect intellectual property and cyber systems, and
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
California inventors with limited resources to pay big firm legal bills can look forward to the October 23 launch of a U.S. Patent and Trademark Office-backed pro bono patent program
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Baker & McKenzie's Ryan McConnell, Schlumberger deputy GC Daniel Trujillo, and law student Katelyn Richardson find when companies don't gather and analyze Moneyball-like data, effective compliance pr
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
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