...away hundreds of machines over the years to homeless shelters, juvenile detention centers, and other charitable organizations. We also have become country farmers at home...
Michael Arkfeld is on a quest to identify the next generation of e-discovery leaders; Heather Schultz finds apps that help guests share joyful wedding pictures, and we bid adieu to a legal technology
Everybody's got spring fever! We explore a unique incentive program to get your company's employees to identify compliance risks; an app that will process business cards right into Linkedin; as Open
More decisions address spoliation sanctions for failure to preserve digital videos and photographs, and courts are weighing the equities of the circumstances under which images have been "lost
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
For this February edition of "12on12," Monica Bay, editor-in-chief of Law Technology News, asked attendees what was their favorite moment at LegalTech New York. Bay was flooded with responses
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Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
...why TR decided to play to its strength (and history with data centers) and run its own private cloud. "We are providing the underlying...
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