While the rest of the western world finishes up the holiday season, big firm lawyers are busy trying to collect their outstanding bills before the end of the year
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
...in 2003, sold the company to Siris Capital Group...
Amendments to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, which restricts telephone solicitations and limits the use of automatic dialing systems, are finding favor among class action attorneys
Electronic Discovery Reference Model offers EDD budget calculators to help jump start the effort to develop a universal tool
...I started as a law librarian, resources were in book form and Lexis was locked up in a room,” Levitt recalled. But as the...
Locating case filings in the Texas federal courts is straightforward but searching in the Texas district and county courts is not as simple
Originally Published: Texas Lawyer
...practice law. Lexis and Westlaw have changed...
...change how we practice law, and began following it. I saw how Lexis and Westlaw changed the way we do legal research, how scanning changed...
The U.S. Second Circuit court of appeals answered a novel question on the application of copyright to pleadings filed with the courts
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
Information Today study shows libraries are experiencing a sharp increase in demand for electronic material but law firm libraries see little demand for ebooks
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