The southeast exhibit hall at the ABA Techshow in the Hilton Chicago was more densely packed with vendors than the southwest hall. Sean Doherty, LTN's technology editor, was not able to get through i
On Thursday ALM's Virtual LegalTech, among other things, will be "Addressing the Big Data Dilemma: Deletion, Automation, and Managing Legal Risk. Speakers: Consultant Ronald Hedges, Jason R. Baron, d
New or upgraded software for e-discovery, document management, and practice management dominates fall releases
...ITC received a flurry of letters from members of Congress addressing the pros and cons of an import ban on Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox 360...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...and port multipliers. July p24. The HDD Duplicator, HDD Duplicator Pro, HDD Duplicator Pro S, and the Zebra HDD Duplicator can make exact...
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