With regulatory bodies paying increasing attention to the role of automated and high-frequency trading, the focus turns to compliance to monitor processes aimed at minimizing the risk from computer e
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
When Allan Diamond, of Houston's Diamond McCarthy, became the bankruptcy trustee for Howrey, he turned to The Aldridge Company to help wind down the defunct law firm's huge IT infrastructure while pr
...a graphics designer for QCI Direct, a home products marketing company...well as evidence of blurred edges on objects and figures, blurring...
...be adjusted and operated with one hand. The new printer has rounded edges that give it a less boxy, more aerodynamic look. Perhaps that's...
With the iPad's rise, many thought that e-readers would simply disappear. But writer Alan Cohen sees continued staying power in e-readers from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Sony
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
A security weakness in the LexisNexis Concordance litigation support system could allow people to hijack database passwords, putting attorneys' client data at risk of theft, according to the hacker w
The most dramatic finding from The Cowen Group's recent survey, "Salary Survey & Market Landscape": Revenue from litigation support services is expected to spike by 105 percent in the coming year. Th
Contracts are, arguably, the most essential of all law office documents. Yet perhaps due to their very importance, contracts often end up controlling their creators. Writer John Edwards sees that con
...and cutting edge technology." Davenport says the combination will benefit customers of Bridge City, established in 1999, because of the "direct access to...
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