• Companies Want GC to Foresee Risk

    This article is an analysis based on a KPMG International survey entitled “Beyond the Law: KPMG’s Global Study of How General Counsel are Turning Risk unto Advantage.” The survey ascertained from general counsel worldwide how their firms...

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  • “Bring Your Own Device” Programs Create a Nest Of Policy Issues

    There is a new trend in the workplace: the bring your own device (BYOD) program. An employer permits employees to use their own laptops, tablets, smartphones, etc. to connect to company servers and access company information. For...

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  • Rewriting Employee Handbook Policies on Social Media

    Employer policies that address employee behavior and communications, including via social media, are regulated by the National Labor Relations Board, under the National Labor Relations Act. Section 7 of that law, which gives employees the right to...

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  • Leveraging the Value of a Document with Multi-Matter Repositories

    When a legal action arises, the worth of a document becomes clear. The document accrues value as it flows through the costly progression of collection, processing, review and production characteristic of e-discovery. Although technology-assisted review and other...

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  • So You Think You’ll Be Sued

    Companies use the cloud, share points, drop boxes, databases, websites, and “E-rooms” to store data. This volume of potentially relevant information is far greater than the discovery a company is likely to receive from an injured party...

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  • International Cloud Computing and the Protection of Personal Data

    The cloud computing model can be attractive for small and medium-size companies that don’t want to invest in and manage computer platforms or infrastructure. Cloud computing is also of interest because it can enable file synchronisation. But...

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  • Take Care with Overseas Branding

    The United States is fertile ground for launching brands: Interbrand reported that in 2011, of the 100 most valuable brands world-wide, 49 percent originate here. But branding overseas requires extra care. A brand is considered under law...

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  • Five Tips for Deposing an Expert Witness in Patent Litigation

    With preparation and planning, an effective expert deposition can turn the tide in a patent case. A prepared deposing attorney can draw out inconsistencies in an expert’s opinion, identify deficiencies in the expert’s qualifications, and even get...

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