Top Stories: May 24, 2013
E-Discovery & Compliance
The Product of the Week is gleaned from industry trade news, events, and press releases received by Law Technology News. This week, Forensic Falcon imaging device debuted at the Computer and Enterprise Investigations Conference (CEIC) in Orlando, Fla.
Vermont has become the first state in the nation to file a so-called "patent troll" lawsuit, taking action against a company claiming patents to technology that attaches scanned documents to emails over company computer networks.
John Martin, CEO of BeyondRecogition, found personally-identifiable information in the Enron data set using his company's namesake document analysis software. Now Index Engines is making the same claim after Nuix's foray into cleaning PII from the once-public data set.
Eight months ago, small- and medium-sized businesses around the country started getting threats from mysterious six-letter entities like AllLed, GosNel, and AdzPro. The letters suggested that the network of shell companies owned several key patents that cover scanning to PDF documents, and they demanded payments of around $1,000 per worker. [MORE]