...Big Data is big news in litigation discovery and predictive coding has arrived as a best practice to deal with the mountain of...
Originally Published: Law Technology News
I have observed throughout my career that many of the most successful lawyers I know either play sports or have an athletic background. In last month's column, five characteristics of athletes that m
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It is no secret that the world is seeing a decline in opportunities for media exposure through the traditional outlets of television, radio and newspapers
Intellectual property attorneys were buzzing Tuesday after the Obama Administration announced it was actively taking on the problem of "patent trolls," both through legislative proposals and executiv
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
...also spend time on strategy for significant litigation and environmental matters and deal with issues of corporate governance. Management of the law department also takes...
If Pennsylvania Chief Justice Ronald D. Castille is retained by voters this year, he will only be able to serve one more year unless the constitutional provision mandating that judges retire the year
...CHICAGO (AP) - Tally another big win for billionaire Donald Trump...her in a skyscraper-condo deal. A judge in...
What took more than 100 years to build will take only 60 days to break down
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