How do forensic examiners determine data was taken? How do they figure out what storage devices were used to carry away ESI? How do they find clues of motive? The answer is, "By many happy accidents.
How do forensic examiners determine data was taken? How do they figure out what storage devices were used to carry away ESI? How do they find clues of motive? The answer is "By many happy acciden
Originally Published: Law Technology News
Creativity is making something of real value that did not exist before. The law requires creativity when attorneys practice at the highest levels
Investors in the solar industry and clean technology in general have been skittish and the industry's been plagued by bad headline after bad headline in the past year. Lawyers acknowledge that a slow
Originally Published: The Recorder
Although not unique in pursuing after-hours excitement, Greenberg Traurig of counsel Sara Thompson intentionally seeks challenges outside of her usual comfort zone, like a four-day mountain hike in N
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