...a “must” for law firms and even in-house legal departments, it’s important to understand exactly how to implement the most...
A peek at the key players challenging big government, big business and Big Data
Originally Published: The Recorder
...that the Supreme Court will review." The U.S. Department of Justice on Jan. 3 announced its appeal of Leon's...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Open source tools can help law firm marketing, intelligence teams monitor topics and clients
...ways to optimize their workload and gain efficiencies wherever possible. Legal IT departments will have a key role in enabling their increasingly mobile attorney staff...
...biodiesel, E85, propane and hydrogen. In fact, according to the U.S. Department of Energy's Alternative Fuels Data Center, our hard-driving nation...
Welcome to the new year! We hope you had warm, wonderful and safe celebrations. Our review of 2013's most interesting and important articles includes our December issue cover story, "Watch List." Edi
A slew of lawyers found themselves in new, sometimes unexpected roles in 2013—and made news while doing so
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
...it is subject to "extensive" oversight by the U.S. Department of Justice, the intelligence community, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court and Congress...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
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