...mobile apps that may be directed at children under age 13 about revisions to the privacy rule to "help ensure you are aware of...
In the sudden acceleration cases against Toyota, there are confidential documents and highly confidential documents. And then there is what the judge overseeing most of the cases called the company's
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Pen and paper is an inferior option for executing legally binding agreements. Yet a recent study commissioned by Adobe Systems Inc. found that 98 percent of surveyed managers "still rely on hard copy
...The HIPAA Omnibus Rule, which took effect on March 26, finalizes multiple revisions to previous HIPAA regulations. For the first time, business associates, such as...
...Before you dispose of one more piece of equipment, consider these possible revisions in policy and procedures that could protect your company against data leakage...
As lawyers embrace smartphones and tablets, e-discovery vendors race to complete mobile options to manage and perform e-discovery tasks
...The Leesburg Va.-based company will debut Best Authority's new Citation Revision Tracking feature at LTNY. The tracking feature pinpoints citations that have been...
For all the importance that lawyers place on being rational, they can be an awfully irrational bunch when it comes to technology, says Milberg attorneys Henry J. Kelston and Ariana J. Tadler, with Pa
Attorneys in the wake of Hurricane Sandy were faced not only with infrastructure challenges shared by all, but also with the obligations placed upon them by legal ethics rules, wrote assistant profes
The Sedona Conference, a nonprofit law and policy think tank, has updated its reference manual for judges handling e-discovery and addressing the cooperation required between parties, reports LTN's E
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