...attorneys and support staff, which is already impacting efficiency and the bottom line. — ...
Using art and photography to effectively explain nuanced concepts about international privacy laws
...Talent Management reports. Bottom line: Instead of policing staff, let your policy reflect your firm&rsquo...
...its Dragon Naturally Speaking speech processing software has been developing the OmniPage line of Microsoft Windows-based document conversion and scanning systems through 19 product...
Compliance officers are not necessarily expected to be cybersecurity experts, but are expected to ask questions to assure that risks are addressed
Amid a languid recovery and threats to their business model, firm leaders now measure progress in small steps
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
Non-IT cyber-exposures are just as dangerous to businesses as data breaches
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
...what you need before hiring than after. The bottom line: If you are thinking about making a job move soon...
When you dive into challenges, you may be surprised when the tasks aren't as difficult as you anticipated
Organizations need incident response plans in place to mitigate harm to their brand and keep their customers
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