Quality of care and electronic health records have significant effects on physicians' professional satisfaction
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
The inaugural information governance track at the Georgetown Advanced eDiscovery Institute examined ways to create a strong IG practice in the era of Big Data
...Guynn for the Los Angeles Times. Guynn calls the initiative an "ambitious gambit," but it may be a hot sell...
...Granting summary judgment to the search engine giant and its Google Books initiative, Chin said the copying and presentation of "snippets" of works...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...percent tasked a business unit or division head with directing big-data initiatives, while 18 percent handed the job off to the chief financial officer...
...to determine intoxication levels. She wants courts to target their funding to initiatives that will help people succeed in the 21st century: "We need...
On the Move: Freshfields CIO Joins Litera's Board, HBR Consulting Promotes Its Own, Littler Hires Two E-Discovery Pros. Litera has big plans for expansion, and Freshfields CIO Paul Domnick is there t
Apple secures approval for a 2.8 million square foot headquarters while readying its unveiling of the iPad Mini 2. A new smartwatch enters the fray from an unlikely source. Bill Gates, Mark Zu
...Google gave Malamud $2 million to support his joint-initiative with Law.gov to "make all primary legal materials in the...
Jason R. Baron leaves the U.S. National Archives for the private sector, joining Drinker Biddle with the firm's information governance and e-discovery group
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