Daniel Martin Katz, assistant professor at Michigan State's School of Law, announced at an event hosted by Fordham University Law School that he is developing "a group of assassins" who are g
This weekend marked the start of "first-to-file" patents, and it will be interesting to see how the new laws change the patent dynamics over the next months and years. Here are a few observat
...factor of making your client appear to be too wealthy or cutting edge. On the other hand, you do need to worry about the...
...tiff and load file productions is that what was once a cutting-edge technology has become an albatross around the neck of electronic data...
Jackson Lewis' Ralph Losey wrote "Five Reasons to Outsource Litigation Support," arguing that the non-legal side of e-discovery is often best left to vendors. Reed Smith's Bryon Bratcher and
...our ability to represent clients in a wide range of complex, cutting-edge data management and privacy matters as well as data breach response...
Aaron Swartz's suicide last Friday triggered criticism of prosecutors who charged the political activist in 2011 in Boston federal district court with the unauthorized use of a university's network t
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...concerns may take a back seat to creating the next great cutting-edge product and getting it on the market ahead of the competition...
So much for Thanksgiving vacation plans for the lawyers and consultants who advise Hewlett-Packard Co. and Autonomy. Instead of turkey they were probably inhaling Maalox after HP divulged that it was
All parties to a lawsuit are supposed to preserve documents and data once they reasonably anticipate litigation. We all know that does not always happen, say Baker Hostetler partner Judy Selby and at
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