..."World Series of IP cases." Google lawyer Robert...
Originally Published: The Recorder
Non-IT cyber-exposures are just as dangerous to businesses as data breaches
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
Information governance and records management are flirting with electronic data discovery. Expect fireworks
With five weeks left, 2013 is already a record-setting year for tie-ups involving U.S. law firms. The Am Law Daily caught up with legal consultants Ward Bower and Tony Williams to discuss the continu
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
...include civil litigation, intellectual property, business and financial...Institute on Law Practice Technology and Innovation...
...for litigation matters. Spearheaded by the firm's trial practice group chair, ...
New California data privacy laws impose restrictions on third-party tracking and data breach notification to protect personal privacy
...terms does not violate the Copyright Act because the use is...years of litigation, extensive motion practice and even a settlement rejected...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...can be protected by copyright as reported by Marcus Peterson, a Los Angeles based associate in the intellectual property practice at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw...
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