New Jersey's high court has made it possible for defense lawyers to obtain for review the evidence against clients charged with child pornography-related offenses
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
The most recent set of exemptions to the Digital Millenium Copyright Act contains a quirk of interest to the intellectual property community: the Librarian of Congress opted to permit jailbreaking of
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
There are proposed changes to the federal rules applicable to e-discovery, which currently allow plaintiffs to propound broad and costly discovery requests on defendants before there is any finding o
...of Practice and Procedure voted on June 3 to approve for public comment the full slate of proposed amendments to the Federal Rules of...
...and non-discriminatory (FRAND) termsthe panel asked the parties to comment on whether an import ban would be an appropriate remedy. ...
...actions," Crump said. The Justice Department would have no comment, spokeswoman Allison Price said....
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Nothing draws a crowd of lawyers like the chance to listen to prominent judges talk about e-discovery
The Center for Legal Informatics, aka CodeX, schools entrepreneurs determined to restructure the practice of law
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A federal magistrate judge has ruled in a bad-faith case that documents produced by an in-house attorney at an insurance company who was also acting as an adjuster — emails, letters and an unin
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
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