...road. Legislators in at least two states (Delaware and West Virginia) have introduce bills addressing Google Glass, Pritchard noted. Attorney...
One thing Fox Rothschild family law partner Eric Solotoff has learned in the five years his practice group has run a blog is that clients are looking for lawyers in less traditional ways
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
Hewlett-Packard is asking regulators in the U.S. and the U.K. to investigate financial improprieties involving British software company Autonomy, which HP acquired for $11.1 billion last year. Perhap
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
...34; she said. "From a records and information governance standpoint, my West Coast teams are on standby and poised to meet any immediate or...
...on business. Last month, Democratic Senator Jay Rockefeller of West Virginia ...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
Whether via pink slip or boredom, leaving a job can be the best career move. Andrew Adkins III, CIO of Steptoe & Johnson PLLC, looks ahead to an ILTA conference panel featuring seven legal technology
The Department of Veterans Affairs and the Drug Enforcement Administration are under fire for purchasing spy software from the same company that supplied a computer surveillance program to the FDA
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...Kristin Currey as its new director of business development, West region -- part of DTI's national sales team. She reports to Jane...
A committee of lawyers and judges led by a Georgia Supreme Court justice has begun revising the state's judicial code of ethics, in a review that could look at social media use by state judges
...quot;It's an entirely new frontier," says Leonard Bennett, a Virginia lawyer who has represented hundreds of plaintiffs alleging they were the victims...
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