Gail Gottehrer says it's important to understand the relationship between litigation and discovery, and how technology interplays with both
...the upgrade of its browser-based review platform Concordance Evolution (CE) to version 2.1, now available in an on-premise version....
...organization covered by the act, i.e., a "covered entity" (CE) or "business associate" (BA) will have 180 days beyond the...
...the Computer Electronic Association's contest for entrepreneurs and startups held at CE Week in New York City. Tactus was founded in 2008...
To writer Alan Cohen, 2012 is shaping up to be a year where Consumer Electronics Show vendors actually put some brawn behind the buzz. As such, he believes, lawyers will reap the rewards
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
Jeffrey S. Klein and Nicholas J. Pappas, of Weil, Gotshal & Manges, visit an issue that has been the subject of much discussion with respect to employers' social media policies: whether discipline im
Leonard Deutchman, GC of consultancy LDiscovery, writes that there is little doubt that producing parties routinely consider e-discovery production costs to determine whether to fight or settle, and
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New Yorkers will be able to recycle their old printers and cobwebbed computer monitors for free, now that the state joins 22 others in enacting an electronic waste recycling law. All manufacturers th
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