Five pioneer judges who shaped the evolution of e-discovery: Shira Scheindlin, Lee Rosenthal, Andrew Peck, Paul Grimm, John Facciola
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
After discussions with more than 50 private equity and other investment professionals, merger and strategic consultants, and senior law firm personnel, The American Lawyer developed a method for dete
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
...as active, assembling a Technology Advisory Committee and related working groups to gather information on HFT...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
LTN asked legal technology vendors if they have launched products or services addressing Big Data and the tension that exists in mining customer data versus the security and privacy of that data and
...Poli now leads the group as CEO; ' Editorial Advisory Board, joined as a director...
...patent threats are on the rise, they were also able to...that collaborating in joint defense groups (JDGs) and using shared co...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
...York-based The Cowen Group, a headhunter and research consultancy that focuses on electronic data discovery...
...of The Peter Principle: "In a hierarchy, every employee tends to rise to his level of incompetence." GOING ONLINE BANKER...
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The costs of electronic discovery appear to be prompting divergent responses by the federal and New York state courts. Litigants with a choice of forum, says attorney Robert W. Trenchard, should cons
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