...made public last week in light of allegations that the company...it was disclosed that Chinese authorities had recently detained several former...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
...its Best Authority Light software, which helps users generate tables of authority. ...
...already enjoyed this mesmerizing book, it's No. 1 on my chart. Best book I've read in years. So much...
Fried Frank's Michael de Leeuw and Eric Hirsch argue the time is ripe for the New York State Bar Association Committee on Professional Ethics to reassess a lawyer's ethical obligations concerning met
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
Ken Strutin of the New York State Defenders Association writes that the law tends to criminalize now commonplace technologies because legal assumptions can lag behind popular usage
The use of e-discovery "special masters" -- who help parties frame and execute ESI discovery -- is a growing trend, observes Monica Bay, editor-in-chief of LTN magazine
...com". ICANN gets its authority from a so-called "...TLD in 2011 -- .xxx -- that best illustrates Albert Einstein's admonition...
Richard Raysman and Peter Brown caution that since social media information isn't immediately verifiable, issues of admissibility under the Federal Rules of Evidence may arise
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