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Originally Published: National Law Journal
Drinker Biddle & Reath's year-old e-discovery subsidiary has seen some shake-up in its leadership in recent months with the head of the subsidiary on the law firm side leaving two months after the fi
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
...limits of current technology in their larger cases. The "structured query language" (SQL) that...
Sheppard Mullin attorneys Daniel L. Brown and Aimee R. Kahn say that understanding the potential uses of social networking sites should be considered in litigation. Cases demonstrate that Facebook an
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act provides billions of federal dollars for ?green? technology. Although many venture firms in Silicon Valley will undoubtedly invest in tech startups that bid
An e-discovery crisis will lead to a sit-down between a GC and chief technology officer, but if a company is serious about dealing with EDD and record-management risk over the long term, an ad-hoc gr
...communication is to use an e-mail campaign service. The cost to sign up can be as little as $15 for one e-campaign, depending...
...data center fundamentally changed following a recent business continuity planning project with consultant Pamela Hill of ...
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