Two federal judges came to such different conclusions about the NSA's telephone surveillance program that the U.S. Supreme Court likely won't ignore the issue
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...a designated space to put products when one is found on the floor, so it doesn’t get lost in the building’s...
A name plaintiff in the no-poach litigation against some of Silicon Valley's largest companies was killed last week by a Santa Clara County sheriff's deputy, who said he feared for his life
Originally Published: The Recorder
...electronic audio and video files, including voicemails, contact center recordings and trading floor calls. Symantec's Clearwell eDiscovery Platform helps users with...
Ten products that promise to protect smartphones and tablets from the real world
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Where a party is on notice of potential legal action, any intentional or negligent destruction of surveillance footage will normally result in spoliation sanctions. But what if a party was on notice
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
Technology organizations, like sports teams, have many assets at their disposal. Strong leadership, a long-term vision and a bit of econometric theory can help leaders maximize the value of each team
...Top of the Hub Skywalk" on the 52nd floor of the Prudential Center in Boston, our digital team (led by Chief...
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