Travel-savvy attorneys hit the road with only the minimum number of devices necessary to complete their work quickly and effectively. Writer John Edwards recommends ten things that can stay home
The practitioner should take away several lessons from Da Silva Moore and Biomet. One is that arguing about the benefits or deficiencies of predictive coding in the abstract will get you nowhere
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
Mother's Day is a great opportunity to treat your favorite mom to a new tech experience
There are two kinds of attorneys on airplanes: those who view their time in the sky as a respite from communications and those who have memorized the entire list of approved electronic devices. For b
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
David Cowen, president and managing director of The Cowen Group, brought together just the right combination of people on Thursday in midtown Manhattan to generate a spirited conversation around Big
Is Microsoft's Surface Pro a game changer? Does integration with the Office suite and easy security tools give Microsoft the edge over Apple in the tablet wars
...to receive notifications of any motion detection, lost internet connections, and camera power. With headquarters in Russia, iVideon has data centers in the...
Smartphones now on the market are pocket-size computers, and of course, that's been a boon to both work and play. But as they grow ever more capable, smartphones bring some of the same challenges as
With spring in the air, it's a good time to identify favorite activities, products, law firms, services, apps, and websites that can help reduce our "carbon footprint." It all adds up to 12 (
...Law firms and other commercial electric power users may be paying "power factor correction" surcharges of 5...
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