Nature's Recipe pet food recently launched a campaign that outfits pets with video cameras.
Phase I of the EDI-Oracle study shows that humans are still essential in e-discovery, older lawyers still have e-discovery chops, and don't turn EDD over to robots.
Even the best software can't prevent supply lines from being contaminated with "dirty" minerals, leaving manufacturers in a gray area with Dodd-Frank.
After acknowledging last month that hackers gained access to the personal and financial data of 38 million of its active users, Adobe Systems has been hit with a class action for allegedly "substandard security practices."
U.S. attorneys can get tripped up by unfamiliar regulation, which, if violated, can mean stiff penalties.
A Dodd-Frank rule puts the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission in a great position to investigate fraud.
James L. Michalowicz has joined the Huron Consulting Group as a managing director in its Huron Legal practice to implement cost control programs for clients using business analytics and performance metrics.
William Caraher, CIO at von Briesen & Roper, explains why encrypting an entire DMS to comply with HIPAA may not be a good idea.
Where a party is on notice of potential legal action, any intentional or negligent destruction of surveillance footage will normally result in spoliation sanctions. But what if a party was on notice of a potential claim before destruction of the footage, but maintains that the footage did not capture the event in question?