The Fourth Industrial Revolution: Legal Issues Around Blockchain

Although most of blockchain’s success over the past decade has been linked to crypto-currencies, distributed ledger technology is poised to move into mainstream applications. […]

Supreme Court Will Finally Decide “Gateway” Issues of Arbitrability

Since the enactment of the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA) in 1925, volumes of case law have been generated in connection with disputes over the […]

How the Courts Are Enforcing Proportionality in Discovery

In December 2015, Congress and the Supreme Court introduced amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure designed to control the costs of litigation, […]

The Case for Traditional Corporate Investigation

Today, general counsel rely on corporate intelligence companies for investigative due diligence, asset identification, litigation support and cyber investigations. Because the pandemic is permanently […]

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 […]