Barclay T. Blair cover story in LTN's April print magazine showed that making information easier to access can enable data views never intended. Was Justice Louis Brandeis right when he wrote, "sunl
... The latest trend in social media seems to be disappearing fast — and that's a good thing. Snapchat recently ...
...consumption and as a laptop for content creation — with the keyboard disappearing when you don't need it — that would be tempting...
...best options. But in the new cyber-reality, those options are quickly disappearing. With blame for many recent cyberattacks being put squarely...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
Moving to strengthen the security of the United States' critical information infrastructure, President Barack Obama on Tuesday signed an executive order that calls upon federal agencies to review exi
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Law firm management consultants have encouraged managing partners to focus myopically on metrics that maximize short-term profits, but the upshot of that focus brings out an unpleasant culture in mos
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
The Legal Aid Society of Orange County, Calif., designed a technology program around activePDF products, which creates and edits documents that help low-income people resolve legal issues and file ta
...get too far away from "home." Today those barriers are disappearing. Mobility is now defined as "on-the-go" with no...
Lawyer Samuel C. Stretton writes that the essence of being a lawyer cannot be lost to an ever-changing world of computer technology, despite a movement toward tech-related ethics rules changes
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
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