...Robert Gellman, a Washington, D.C.-based privacy consultant. "And...work well together and frequently team up on amici briefs and...
Originally Published: The Recorder
Welcome to the new year! We hope you had warm, wonderful and safe celebrations. Our review of 2013's most interesting and important articles includes our December issue cover story, "Watch List." Edi
Will gaming technology infiltrate law — everything from e-discovery reviews to compliance training? Bet on yes
The National Security Agency's practice of collecting information about all telephone calls placed in, to and from the U.S. is lawful despite the potential civil liberties abuses inherent in such a "
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...August LTN print cover story about Motorola's legal team, also wrote "A Front Row Seat," profiling five pioneer judges...
Law Technology News wishes you a safe, happy holiday season. To mark the occasion and look forward to the new year, we are revisiting and refreshing the print magazine's 2013 cover packages. In the F
...itself, of retaining sophisticated e-discovery counsel as part of the legal team, and of a high-quality EDD vendor—and, as a result...
...led by Deutsche Bank Securities. A Silicon Valley–based team of Latham lawyers led by corporate partners Christopher “Kit” Kaufman...
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
... After the ruling, Andrew C. Ames, a spokesman for the...
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