In a holiday season without a breakout product introduction, the real advances for mobile products are in upgrades
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
There are a lot of reasons to buy a new iPhone 5s, but few to upgrade from an iPhone 5
...Because of the substantial costs to preserve, collect, and review potentially responsive electronic data, and because of the risk of serious sanctions for any...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...role by noting that Delaware counsel should be involved in "the design and implementation of the protocol for the collection, review, and production of...
...HTML5 (no Adobe Flash) and a new design style, called ...
October 16 to 31 news briefs from Adobe, Baker & McKenzie, Biscom, Daegis, Datacert, dtSearch, FindLaw, FTI Consulting, Globanet, Huron Legal, iConect, iEnvision, Index Engines, ISO, K2 Intelligence,
It is not uncommon to see e-discovery requests for an entire database instead of targeted requests because parties incorrectly assume that such broad requests facilitate more complete production
...Thomson Reuters, introduced on Wednesday a mobile service that implements a responsive design technology to host website services for attorneys and law firms. The...
...Information Act case must provide a detailed description of their searches for responsive documents, the search words used, and whether the search words are effective...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
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