The U.S. Supreme Court chose Cyber Monday to announce it would not slow the imposition of state sales tax on Internet retail sales
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Friday Six-Pack: BlackBerry Actually Gets Some Good News, Bill Gates in Trouble, and Amazon Enters the Smartphone Market. Could Cerberus swoop in and take over BlackBerry? Bill Gates' reign at Micros
...study found that funding for libraries is relatively flat due to the uncertain economy, and libraries are choosing to devote what incoming revenue they have...
...an experience that's refreshing and dare we say radical for the world of document review. When Logik decided to build Logikcull, they...
Cast off the albatross of e-discovery stop processing electronically stored information via .tiff and load files
...judges in the e-discovery world and many attorneys well-versed...this group is a bit uncertain to exactly where the space...
So much for Thanksgiving vacation plans for the lawyers and consultants who advise Hewlett-Packard Co. and Autonomy. Instead of turkey they were probably inhaling Maalox after HP divulged that it was
...others worked remotely. But howling winds were a reminder that it was uncertain how long power would be available. Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
A new survey of 1,957 general counsel and 11,340 corporate directors at public companies shows that data security issues are now the top concern at many corporations, but what are companies doing abo
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
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