A reasonable e-discovery effort is neither excessively burdensome nor evasive but reasonableness itself is not a simple concept
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...week with a batch of transactions that totaled nearly $3 billion in value and yielded assignments for several Am Law 200 stalwarts. In...
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
...Or you can have your marketing and intel staff show their added value. After culling items from the incoming RSS, staff can share the...
...firms to drive down costs for their clients, while still delivering maximum value will continue to persist in 2014. This means firms will be looking...
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
California-based managing partners close the book on 2013 with some cause for optimism. Fenwick's Kathryn Fritz says clients are asking law firms to "reinvent themselves from within.
Originally Published: The Recorder
...list of previous residences, spouse and co-resident data, property information and value, as well as an aerial view of the neighborhood. Keep...
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
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