...for use in the case.” The court adopted the Third Circuit’s reasoning in Race Tires America, Inc. v. Hoosier...
A relatively quiet year for electronic data discovery suggests that the bench and bar are getting more sophisticated and technology savvy
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
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
... The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit refused to enjoin Aereo's online, royalty-free streaming of broadcast...
Although headlines have focused on foreign cyberattacks, plenty are U.S.-based — and can be remedied
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Deloitte survey shows corporations aren't prepared for fraud management. Plus more e-discovery musical chairs and more channels on Apple TV
... IT-Lex (Orlando) inaugural innovation conference, and the third annual E-Discovery Institute Leadership ...
...of private content to a third party, or more broadly to...largely out of the Seventh Circuit, hold that coverage is precluded...
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