A peek at the key players challenging big government, big business and Big Data
Originally Published: The Recorder
The legal tech community predicts key issues of the coming year
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
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...BlackBerry smartphones have lost their status. Yesterday, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation ...
... Xact Data Discovery provides discovery and data management for law firms, corporations and government agencies. The company (...
...firms, most in the Am Law 200, and 28 Fortune 1000 corporations about electronic data discovery during the last 12 months. The...
Law Technology News wishes you a safe, happy holiday season. To mark the occasion and look forward to the new year, we are revisiting and refreshing the print magazine's 2013 cover packages. In the F
The number of data breaches experienced and reported are expected to continue to rise in 2014, with healthcare, energy, financial services, retail and telecom industries top targets
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