12 on 12: A look at 12 e-discovery vendors' websites and the resource material available for newbie lawyers and professionals hoping to learn more about e-discovery
Standards of privacy have not yet been defined or adequately tested in the largely uncharted legal territory of social networking sites. Ronald J. Levine and Susan L. Swatski-Lebson of Herrick inves
Although top law firms' Web sites are growing in sophistication, many still lag behind other professional sites in client-sensitivity and inviting content. Reporter Jonathan Thrope ranks what he cons
... • Christopher M. Zegers, director of information technology at Herrick, Feinstein, attributed savings of about $220,000 to new computer virtualization programs...
Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure addressing e-discovery will be significant to product liability litigation. One immediate effect may be that a company and its legal counsel engage
Document retention and related e-discovery issues have been front and center for product liability attorneys for some years. But what about the e-mail messages themselves? With the increased use of e
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