First, be careful not to rely on the federal taxation-of-costs statute to recoup all EDD expenditures
A quiet year in the courts as the profession appears to accept that EDD is here to stay
...being static, the model is periodically reviewed and adjusted for on-going relevance. While the model was laid out in a linear fashion, the processes...
...courses, only 14.3 percent of survey respondents predict a declining relevance of law school education. 4. Big data, low differentiation...
Author Steven J. Harper, a former Big Law attorney and now adjunct professor at Northwestern University School of Law School, addresses a crisis in the legal profession
The American Bar Association's "Cloud Computing for Lawyers and Executives," by Thomas Shaw, offers solid information but needs better organization, says reviewer Theodore Banks
...Discovery Radar is integrated with Equivio's technology assisted review program Relevance. The press release states that the latest version of Discovery Radar "...
...software learning products. While the elements Golding highlights — contrast, hierarchy, accuracy, relevance, and truth — are not groundbreaking concepts, his examples, using Adobe Illustrator...
In 2009, the American College of Trial Lawyers published a report by a task force on discovery. The overall conclusion was that discovery was destroying the civil judicial process: It costs too much,
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
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