...dark novel. Although it appears that book jacket art drives the interface, you can apply a...
...to create a framework. Organizing a modern-day salon (substituting EDD for art and literature), the duo invited lawyers and vendors to Minnesota. Three dozen...
For all the importance that lawyers place on being rational, they can be an awfully irrational bunch when it comes to technology, says Milberg attorneys Henry J. Kelston and Ariana J. Tadler, with Pa
... Hughes dramatically illustrated his presentation with images ranging from fine art to YouTube, to drive home the nuances of how privacy issues permeate...
Accused infringers are turning to social media to combat "trademark bullies" owners that use aggressive tactics against individuals or small companies over terms or phrases similar to their ma
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Proposed amendments to the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct to incorporate technology innovations are modest, writes Shook Hardy partner John Barkett, but their import is significant
Apple iPad and iPhone devices are an increasingly common target in legal investigations, but important data in the newer models are difficult to access, researchers from e-discovery and mobile forens
According to Leonard Deutchman, Pension Committee and Medcorp are two extreme examples of a phenomenon that e-discovery observers will acknowledge if pressed to be honest and candid: The plaintiffs b
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