...Glover tested multiple monitor sizes and found that 24 inches is just right. "At a minimum, a lawyer's monitor should be able...
A handful of judges are writing blogs to educate the public about judicial challenges and responsibilities
...was the target's most attractive asset. "Who in their right mind is going to buy a dating site with 43 million members...
Originally Published: The Recorder
Judges continue to order the disclosure of search terms that appear to discount or misunderstand the protected nature of key aspects of the e-discovery process
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
In a holiday season without a breakout product introduction, the real advances for mobile products are in upgrades
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
...39;s tough to fully recover from disqualification of an expert witness right before trial. In September, we ...
...become a favorite of class action attorneys because it provides a private right of action and statutory damages of $500 for each violation and up...
The Federal Trade Commission suggests to congress that the agency would make a good net neutrality cop
Originally Published: National Law Journal
The Delaware Court of Chancery ruled that a director's communication with his personal attorney over the company's email system were not privileged
Electronic Discovery Reference Model offers EDD budget calculators to help jump start the effort to develop a universal tool
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