In 2013, California passed its own revenge porn statute. But the law is so riddled with drafting errors as to be useless
Originally Published: The Recorder
Four tell-tale signs of insider theft. Advice for counsel and investigators on detecting and proving insider theft of proprietary information
...WorkSite DMS, this did not cost the firm an extra dime. This analysis will describe the encryption features in the latest release of WorkSite....
...early adopter of Google Glass which he uses in his...
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
ARMA International's Conference and Expo 2013 makes it clear that e-discovery is child's play compared to information governance and management
When the internet can be a slam book, a good online reputation is imperative for lawyers and law firms. Here is how to cultivate yours
It's never been easier to attack a person or organization online, whether through social media or online review sites
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
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