...we comment on the ratio, let's understand our key terms...If companies had been building internal legal resources and substituting their...
...a duty of diligence.4 The lawyer must "not [let] the matter languish but [must proceed] to perform the services called for...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...In a 24/7 world of social media, if a...crisis plan is to provide internal and external order as the...
Originally Published: The Recorder
...intriguing parallelism for cloud-based devices and services in the legal technology world providing lawyers with access to critical data for use in places...
Originally Published: Law Technology News
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