...and businesses abandoning space-wasting hard copy printouts in favor of PDF files and other types of electronic documents, portable printers (and the cables, spare...
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...then pays them a commission when other users pay to download the files. That directly incentives Oron's users to infringe DataTech's...
Originally Published: The Recorder
...the contents and operating systems of these devices while extracting information regarding file creation, deletion, modification, and copying, and internet and software application usage, amongst...
...include photographs or videos with a child's image, or an audio file that has a child's voice. The new rule requires...
...2011 blanket protective order, which barred defense from revealing any documents, files or records to anyone except potential witnesses. Gorton wrote that...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...coding applications use linguistic and statistical algorithms to identify, across data sets, files that resemble other files that have been identified as responsive. Typically, the...
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
While it is not possible to determine whether 'Voom' has altered corporate practices in preserving ESI, the few reported and unreported decisions citing to 'Voom' reveal that they provide clearer rul
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
A report released Thursday by ALM Media's provider of business information to the legal industry showed more corporate clients using alternative fee arrangements in 2012 to determine how to pay outsi
The number of suspensions and debarments of federal contractors is at an all-time high, and one veteran contracts lawyer called the current environment for these corporations, "in a word: hostile.
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
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