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Legal Tech Startups Among Best Inventions Of 2020

TIME solicited nominations from its editors and correspondents, and through an online application process, evaluated each for originality, creativity, effectiveness, ambition and impact, then […]

Trump & Family, Sued For Pitching Alleged Pyramid Scheme, Want The Case Sent To Arbitration

Fending off a lawsuit filed more than two years ago, lawyers for defendants Donald Trump and three of his adult children have asked an […]

Freedom’s Just Another Word For Nothing Left To Lose

“Blocked train crossings indisputably have safety implications,” an Oklahoma federal judge wrote in his order…”but a statute that tells railroad companies how long they […]

Checklist For Patent Owners re Helferich

The Federal Circuit case of Helferich Patent Licensing v. New York Times (2015) should spur patent owners to prepare and license patents for products […]

Network, Get CLE Credit at E-Discovery Day Virtual Expo

Attendees can converse with peers and colleagues and take advantage of a variety of learning opportunities that include CLE credits at E-Discovery Day 2020. […]

Executive Nostalgia For “Two Cans And A String,” Plain Talk Instead of PowerPoint

A panel of corporate secretaries and counsel expressed a growing sense of “videoconferencing ennui” and “zoom fatigue,” says an article in trade publication Corporate […]

Data Security Demands May Lead To Cryptocurrency Ban

Predicting the future is always an iffy proposition, writes Tara Seals, in Threatpost. Nevertheless, she gives it a try, forecasting evolving business models for […]

Digital Collaboration and Cloud Applications Are Upending E-Discovery

Today’s collaboration data landscape is almost unrecognizable from what it was in the recent past. About 83 percent of enterprise workloads live in the […]

E-Discovery Insights From Five Years Of Surveying Judges

  E-discovery has evolved In just a few decades, from a “technique” to a fundamental component of virtually all litigation. That evolution has meant, […]

Client’s Luxurious Lifestyle Might Prejudice Jurors, Attorneys Claim

Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes got used to being in the spotlight while the company she founded was being touted as a revolutionizing healthcare provider. […]