A trial court has certain authority to investigate juror misconduct, but to what extent can a court compel a juror suspected of misconduct to disclose printouts of social media communications made du
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
In-house counsel needs to see the future in spending quality time with hard data and IT specialists because Big Data technology is an opportunity to reduce the risks and costs of litigation, writes a
An employee who investigates an EEOC complaint engages in protected activity, says Cooley's Connie Bertram. But does protected activity include self-help discovery, such as taking and downloading doc
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
As Congress and state legislatures propose and pass legislation to prevent the invasion of personal social network sites by employers, attorneys Lynne Bernabei and Alan R. Kabat discuss why it should
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Aderant, after buying five legal software companies in the past year and seeing its parent company buy a sixth, is sharing more information about how the technologies will fit together
E-discovery teams should follow the lead of elementary school students and cooperate with opponents
Law firms can learn from other organizations that support the "consumerization of IT." A "Hot Topic" educational session at the RSA Conference USA 2012 featured "BYOD(evice) Without BYO(insecurity),"
...ever made on Facebook would be potentially rehashed in an interrogatory responses [sic] and deposition," Fraley said in court documents filed Feb. 13. "...
With the growth of social media for marketing and business purposes, managing discovery risk is critical, note Judah Lifschitz and Laura Fraher of Shapiro, Lifschitz & Schram
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