While it traces its roots to 1902 and a small West Virginia office, Steptoe & Johnson LLP would truly come of age in 1945, when it moved its headquarters to Washington, D.C. There, under the leadership of Colonel Louis Johnson (who would later serve as secretary of Defense under Harry Truman),...
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Legal technology pioneer Ross Kodner dead at 52. Kodner was a champion for small firm lawyers and pushed, shoved, and enchanted them into legal technology
...official at the Homeland Security Department now with the legal firm Steptoe and Johnson in Washington. "My guess is we're going to keep...
This weekend marked the start of "first-to-file" patents, and it will be interesting to see how the new laws change the patent dynamics over the next months and years. Here are a few observat
...s social financing business model. Kickstarter's lawyers at Steptoe & Johnson filed suit against ArtistShare and its patent-holding unit Fan Funded...
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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-
...of practice management," said Adkins, of Bridgeport, W.V.-based Steptoe & Johnson. "Most attorneys realize that a mobile device is...
The legal technology community predicts unexpected trends for 2013, including changes in e-discovery, cloud computing, and information governance. [MORE
December is always a magical month, where everything seems in sharper focus in the cold crisp air of winter. Here in New York, the city is at its finest, with bright lights and tourists pouring in to
Unlike California earthquakes, hurricanes announce their travel plans in advance, giving the legal technology community time to clean the house for the arrival. A quick poll shows that, so far, law f
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