A conference on cybersecurity, e-discovery, and digital investigations (CEIC) offers hands-on labs, lectures, and an exhibit hall to develop practical skills in digital investigations and will debut Guidance Software's next EnCase Enterprise product.
Gabriela Baron, vice president for business development at Xerox Litigation Services, discusses big-picture e-discovery trends, including what clients are putting on their wish lists.
A federal judge ruled on Monday that the estate of late entrepreneur and Internet activist Aaron Swartz may release to Congress and the public some of the information gathered by the lawyers preparing his defense in his hacking case.
Cases hinge on access to company's software code.
The number of suspensions and debarments of federal contractors is at an all-time high, and one veteran contracts lawyer called the current environment for these corporations, "in a word: hostile."
Additional plaintiffs' lawyers in the sudden acceleration cases against Toyota could win access to Toyota's coveted source code software following a federal judge's orders on Wednesday.
When Pepper Hamilton hired a businessman to serve as its CEO, it set the tone for how the firm would approach the delivery of legal services.
Pallab Chakraborty, director of e-discovery at Oracle Corp., delivered a progress report on the Electronic Discovery Institute-Oracle study ready to pose the hard question about predictive coding: Can it replace human review?
Nothing draws a crowd of lawyers together like technology and the chance to listen to federal judges discuss changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, especially when they're all provocative speakers brought together with the help of Cisco's Telepresence video conferencing.
What could your company do to improve its data breach preparedness? For starters, try testing employees' mobile devices for security and changing network access rights for workers who've been terminated, suggests a recent study.