...The study "considered multiple evaluation systems using litigation data from real high-stakes litigation where the producing party was confident that it conducted a...
New Jersey Law Journal
...with in an environment of growing regulation and litigation that often has high stakes. Boyd pointed to the recent ruling in a dispute between Kraft...
...July 24 op-ed in The New York Times ["High-Tech, High-Risk Forensics"], Univ. of Calif.-Hastings law professor Osagie Obasogie...
Tech professionals can take a page from the book of sports managers and coaches by using a balanced approach toward resource management; the star player doesn't always have to be in the game
A fond look back at Richard Susskind's first book, The Future of Law. Many of his predictions from the mid-1990s have indeed come to pass
A suit claiming hidden surveillance cameras in workplace bathrooms were an invasion of privacy can proceed to trial, a New Jersey appeals court says
Plaintiffs' invasion-of-privacy claims relating to defendants' use of bathroom surveillance cameras are not suitable for summary judgment
New Jersey Law Journal
...legal staff recruiter Peggy Kruza added. "The young associates, being as tech-y as they are, are more inclined to do their own work...
The New Jersey Supreme Court has agreed to decide a novel question that promises to have broad impact on businesses and workers: what test should be used to distinguish between employees and independ
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