Next! LTN Picks of Upcoming Panels & Events: This week includes an e-discovery boot camp, the Civil Rules Committee, Big Data, and drones. [MORE
Next! LTN Picks of Upcoming Panels & Events: on Tuesday, "Anti-Corruption / Anti-Bribery Compliance and Corporate Culture," and on Thursday, "Where Records Management and eDiscovery Inter
Next! LTN Picks of Upcoming Panels & Events: Upcoming programs and webinars from e-discovery to Big Data to "Flying Eyes in the Sky."
James Heller, William & Mary's law library director, suggests that a "Hunger Games" world where information is controlled by a few publishers -- and nearly everything is accessed by a license -- is p
...and legal affairs. Paul Clement, a partner at Washington's Bancroft law firm and a former U.S. solicitor general, ...
The entertainment groups that persuaded the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down a California law banning the sale of violent video games to minors seek more than $1.1 million in attorney fees and expen
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