Georgetown Law Advanced E-Discovery Institute wraps up another stellar conference.
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Compliance officers are not necessarily expected to be cybersecurity experts, but are expected to ask questions to assure that risks are addressed.
After planes, trains, buses, bicycles, subways and roller skates, we catch up with recent moves.
Apple closed two big deals and raked in a ton of cash this week. Amazon's delivery drones set off privacy alarm bells. Is Microsoft preparing the first smart bra?
The proposed FRCP amendments will accomplish nothing without a change in discovery culture.
As ILTA prepares to debut its futures report in January, 10 unexpected observations emerge.
Four tell-tale signs of insider theft. Advice for counsel and investigators on detecting and proving insider theft of proprietary information.
There's a wide array of tech options for people looking to lose excess Thanksgiving dinner weight, including a microchip implanted in your arm, mobile apps and even rubber pants.
Because of the holiday weekend, the deadline to nominate candidates for 2013 LTN Innovation Awards is extended to Dec. 4.
You see them everywhere. Tempting your phone. Tempting you to click. Offering you deals. But don't just click a QR code! It may bring you malware.
Sony's PS4 battles with Microsoft's XBox One. Apple loses one tax break but gets another for its planned construction projects. Would anyone pay $2,350 for a BlackBerry?