There's a shortage of women in science, technology, engineering, and math. So in our inaugural "STEM Cells" profiles, we feature Judith Flournoy, who started at an electronics assembly line and is n
Steady maintenance can help your firm survive technology disruptions
...don't pay," he says. Cobb says firms should strive for a 98 percent collection rate on bills sent to clients. However...
Originally Published: Texas Lawyer
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
...that there are legal obligations associated with data privacy and security, and strive to get their organizations or clients into compliance. But business people may...
Originally Published: The Recorder
...says that Lateral Data's 30 employees, ten of which are engineers, strive to release four major upgrades per year. Their latest upgrade added a...
Kenneth Jones, COO of Xerdict Group, writes that investing in timeshare staffing can help your organization get the best talent, while controlling quality and costs
Hot on the heels of a national debate over whether the Supreme Court should have allowed the taping of arguments on health care reform, a D.C. legal panel sparred over the future of cameras in court
Electronic discovery can be extremely complex, expensive, and time-consuming. Worse still, the process is fraught with many perils, especially for the unwary practitioner. Not surprisingly, we percei
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