...family's stocked with lawyers.) She's listed as "Portland OR lawyer, licensed for 31 years." But while she lives in...
Originally Published: The Recorder
Robert Rohlf replies to David Horrigan's "Is EDRM a Jack-of-All-Trades and Master of None," writing that the EDRM model is an educational beacon serving a number of purposes
...a provider of productivity software for document management professionals with offices in Portland, Oregon, and London and Sydney. Attorney Marlisse Silver Sweeney...
Trolling the exhibit hall and parties at the American Association of Law Libraries, and updating the legal technology players' roster from coast to coast. Plus: Vendor Satisfaction Survey launched
Profile of Robert Owen, litigation partner, Sutherland Asbill & Brennan, based in the New York City office
Cellebrite, a provider of mobile forensic data collection and analysis products, and Exterro, maker of the Fusion e-discovery platform, announced on Wednesday a partnership to integrate mobile device
An Oregon proposal to make it easier for loved ones to access the "digital assets" of the deceased was turned back by the tech industry, arguing that the Stored Communcations Act and terms of service
...notifications and encrypts user data, among other features. Zapproved, in Portland, Ore., launched...
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