The Federal Trade Commission suggests to congress that the agency would make a good net neutrality cop
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...users to set their own assumptions, such as average hourly rates for contract reviewers or average number of pages per document. Currently, the...
Widely praised when it launched two years ago, JD Match has so far had little impact on recruiting
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
Non-IT cyber-exposures are just as dangerous to businesses as data breaches
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
...services, working with law departments and law firms re: litigation, regulatory matters, contracts and investigations. He left DLA Piper, where he was a partner....
Why is it taking so long for legal process outsourcing to take off
...to do certain tasks for them," she said, adding that her contract lists a "menu" of services. "They go...
Originally Published: Texas Lawyer
...checks. The review team was comprised of both law firm associates and contract attorneys.” Participants paid a participation fee of $3,500...
...pharmaceuticals. She also has experience in accounting and securities fraud, antitrust, complex contract and corporate reorganizations, and U.S. and European patent infringement, e.g...
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