A handful of judges are writing blogs to educate the public about judicial challenges and responsibilities
...www.symantec.com) is based in California; Nexidia Inc. (www.nexidia.com...
Michael Suchsland to depart, Susan Taylor Martin takes the reigns
After planes, trains, buses, bicycles, subways and roller skates, we catch up with recent moves
Lawyers such as Ropes & Gray's James DeGraw say user data policies present a host of challenges
Originally Published: The Recorder
Judges continue to order the disclosure of search terms that appear to discount or misunderstand the protected nature of key aspects of the e-discovery process
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
The proposed FRCP amendments will accomplish nothing without a change in discovery culture
... Sari Zimmerman, head of the career office at University of California Hastings College of the Law, says that while JD Match presents an...
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
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