Pull Out Your Crystal Ball for 2023 Collaboration Data in Ediscovery Predictions

Jim Gill says it’s the time of the year for Hanzo to predict the future of collaboration data in ediscovery for 2023. Collaboration messaging […]

T-Mobile Announces 37 Million Accounts Hacked in Its Eighth Data Breach

T-Mobile has revealed that a threat actor had stolen personal information from 37 million customer accounts through one of its Application Programming Interfaces (APIs). […]

Regulatory Disputes Up, But In-House Departments Confident They Can Cope

Regulatory disputes rose in 2022 compared to the previous year, according to the annual Norton Rose Fulbright Annual Litigation Trends Survey. Agencies increased enforcement […]

The Emperor’s New Clothes, or Is the Value You Bring to Your Clients Invisible

Believe it or not, the fairy tale “The Emperor’s New Clothes” is relevant to today’s law firms and legal departments. If you don’t remember […]

AI “Image Generators” Sued By Artists

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An article in ARTnews provides an in-depth look at a class action that is likely to get a lot of attention, particularly now that […]

Avoid a Tower of Babel When Managing a Cyber Crisis

Although cyberattacks have become more common, incident response is still a stressful and hectic process. Cooperation between management and tech teams can be complex and […]

Can Technology Be a Business and Innovation Enabler for Change-Resistant Legal Departments?

Company leaders are reexamining their operational systems to increase agility, resilience, and responsiveness, but true company-wide transformation won’t happen until corporate legal departments adopt […]

Divergent Views On Facilitation Payments

FCPA Blog notes that Glencore, a large Swiss mining and commodities company, paid $700 million to settle widespread Foreign Corrupt Practices Act offenses last […]

Mixed Reviews For New York’s Right-To-Repair Law

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With the exception of one narrowly drawn Colorado law that pertained to powered wheel chairs, New York state’s right-to-repair law is a first, but […]

Albertson Kroger Merger Clears One Hurdle, Faces More

The $24.6 billion buyout of Kroger by Albertson’s will make a ton of money for private-equity giant Cerberus and a group of investors, but […]