Conventional Investigative Tools and High-Tech Sleuthing

The year 2020 has certainly been one that none of us will ever forget. The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted every aspect of our society, […]

Think About Digital Forensics When You Conduct E-Discovery

Society’s dependence on digital platforms and networks has changed our legal system. Digital evidence is now a critical component of both civil and criminal […]

Proposed Legislation Addresses Website Accessibility Suits

In October 2020, Representatives Lou Correa (D-CA) and Ted Budd (R-NC) introduced a proposed Online Accessibility Act, intended to curb lawsuits that accuse consumer-facing […]

To CC or Not to CC: That Is the Privilege Question

Does anyone recall the etymology of the “cc” option in our emails? I do. Before the advent of copying machines, initially known ubiquitously as […]

Using State Court Litigation Analytics

Legal practice, even among general counsel, has not historically been a field that is subject to precise quantification. Legal department expenses are an exception, […]

Let In-House Lawyers Focus on What They Do Best

Legal practitioners have to study law for years before they graduate, and then must continue to educate themselves. These innately human endeavors are required […]