...sign on the dotted line. The online study, conducted by Edelman Berland, surveyed 1,051 U.S. managers from January 30 to February...
Firms should be cautious about using Java and other web tools in light of recent cyberattacks that triggered warnings from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security
The legal technology community has very mixed reactions to Apple's new iPad mini 7-inch tablet
Unlike California earthquakes, hurricanes announce their travel plans in advance, giving the legal technology community time to clean the house for the arrival. A quick poll shows that, so far, law f
Robert Mattern shared the results of his 2012 survey on cost recovery at the Law Firm COO & CFO Forum. And last week Apple and Microsoft squared off in a tablet war featuring the iPad mini and the Su
Will lawyers and other legal professionals be lining up for the next best iPad? As the classic lawyer response says, "It depends!" Here's some initial reactions of the legal technology community to A
A New York federal judge has ruled that resellers of information gleaned from a driver's record cannot be held strictly liable for misuse under the Driver's Privacy Protection Act of 1994
A New York state appeals panel has ordered a Manhattan Supreme Court judge to look more carefully into whether New York University was able to comply with a subpoena seeking electronic data that a un
Some New York appellate judges have temporarily traded piles of legal documents for sleek electronic readers. Presiding Justice A. Gail Prudenti authorized the purchase of two Kindle DXs, which retai
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