The "gamblification" of online gaming is drawing scrutiny from regulators and spurring a lobbying push from Silicon Valley
Originally Published: The Recorder
...in a small way a better place to live and helped...an even playing field for businesses." Fittingly, he...
Recent legal developments in the advertising and marketing industry signal heightened regulatory and consumer concerns in various areas, most particularly, the health, environmental, and privacy sect
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...transformation and applied analytics for business, according to Bateman. ...
...major mining deal in fall 2010, and the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation met with several top firms shortly thereafter. (FBI meetings with...
The emerging law on the appropriateness of technological conditions on pretrial release and sentencing is bending toward the "least restrictive but technically feasible" approach, writes cybercrime s
...be surprising to some, it shouldn't be. Law firms are information businesses, and law libraries (and, therefore, library services vendors) are in the business...
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
A security weakness in the LexisNexis Concordance litigation support system could allow people to hijack database passwords, putting attorneys' client data at risk of theft, according to the hacker w
...by the U.S. government last November. That same month, the Federal Bureau of Investigation held a meeting in New York City with some of...
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