...technology professionals do? This far differs from a local tragedy like Hurricane Sandy. Given the remote location of Haiyan, collecting emergency relief supplies for...
Next! LTN Picks of Upcoming Panels & Events: This week includes an e-discovery boot camp, the Civil Rules Committee, Big Data, and drones. [MORE
Next! LTN Picks of Upcoming Panels & Events: on Tuesday, "Anti-Corruption / Anti-Bribery Compliance and Corporate Culture," and on Thursday, "Where Records Management and eDiscovery Inter
Next! LTN Picks of Upcoming Panels & Events: Upcoming programs and webinars from e-discovery to Big Data to "Flying Eyes in the Sky."
LegalTech New York 2013 ended on Thursday. LTN Reporter Evan Koblentz reports on news and adds notes that didn't fit into previous show coverage
...notice before superstorm Sandy struck in late October roughly the same advance notice forecasters provided for the path of Hurricane Katrina. Both predictions...
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Welcome to late December that time of year when the legal technology industry takes a breather, people are merry, and journalists make lists. One year ago, LTN compiled a similar story "11 for
...East Coast colleagues that you and your loved ones safely navigated Hurricane Sandy. The storm hit with brute force; it has been a humbling...
..."By the time Hurricane Sandy made landfall along the New Jersey coastline on the evening of...
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