One of the highlights of LegalTech New York was the chance for Law Technology News to shine a spotlight on the six winners of the 2012 LTN Innovation Awards our 10th year of recognizing often-
James Heller, William & Mary's law library director, suggests that a "Hunger Games" world where information is controlled by a few publishers -- and nearly everything is accessed by a license -- is p
...with Professor Fredric Lederer and the Courtroom 21 Project at the William & Mary Law School. "I knew their work and was impressed."...
...Center for Legal and Court Technology (CLCT) at the College of William and Mary, suspects that the higher resolution images provided by HD video could...
A New Jersey statute allowing law enforcement to tap conversations between people outside the state isn't unconstitutional, provided the listening post in located in New Jersey, a state court has rul
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
...amp; Johnson PLLC), Fredric Lederer (Center for Legal and Court Technology, William & Mary Law School), and David Whelan (Law Society of Upper Canada.)...
A few years ago, federal prosecutors took up a white-collar case that wasn't that sexy. But by invoking the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, they turned an employment dispute into a heated battle
... signed by former Chancellor William Chandler III, parties must pay...
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