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?
An industry for smartphone data encryption has sprung up amidst reports of nosy American government agencies—and the service is surprisingly affordable.
Timothy M. Tippins, adjunct professor at Albany Law School, discusses the New York state appellate decision O'Loughlin v. Sweetland, which affirmed a lower court ruling that refused to impose sanctions on a forensic custody evaluator who destroyed audiotapes of interviews she conducted in the course of her evaluation.
Transferring data to the cloud can poke holes in a company's compliance and security controls. A free e-book from SearchCompliance.org offers some useful advice for patching them up.
A controversy over the federal civil discovery process reached Capitol Hill on Tuesday, when senators and litigation experts warned that rules changes intended to reduce legal costs would instead harm plaintiffs in discrimination cases.