...breach. At 70 million, let’s hope the retalier gets a bulk discount. Attorney Marlisse Silver Sweeney is a...
The giant gets a comic strip method patent on the last day of 2013
...I have, has a 6.5 rating. Why? No clue. She only gets a "good." My daughter-in-law outranks her at 6...
Originally Published: The Recorder
Open source tools can help law firm marketing, intelligence teams monitor topics and clients
...toss. Meanwhile, the over collection epidemic rages on and the ROI just gets better. • The Edward Snowden effect: Our colleagues in data...
A dominant theme in 2013 has been the tension between privacy and Big Data. In the first of a thoughtful three-part series, Donna Payne, CEO of PayneGroup, explored in LTN's Oct. issue the dangers of
As Law Technology News looks to the new year, we wish you and your loved ones a happy, safe holiday week. Looking back at 2013's most interesting and important stories. In August, Lisa Holton's "G-Ha
While the rest of the western world finishes up the holiday season, big firm lawyers are busy trying to collect their outstanding bills before the end of the year
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
...to go before the world settles in for the winter holidays, Google gets the final say for the year and cements its reputation as being...
...which includes machine “deep learning” where artificial intelligence “finally gets smart,” smartwatches and big data from cheap phones. Forrester...
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