The legal industry redefines workspace with the explosion of secure mobile devices and safe cloud computing.
To accommodate flexible work schedules, American Express remodels its general counsel floor with a vibrant '60s vibe.
James Heller, William & Mary's law library director, suggests that a "Hunger Games" world where information is controlled by a few publishers -- and nearly everything is accessed by a license -- is pretty much upon us.
It isn't faulty firewalls or inadequate anti-virus software that put law firms at risk of hacktivism, it's business practices, writes Loeb & Loeb's CIO, Judith Flournoy. What can firms do to fight back?
In a copyright battle over digitized content, academic publishers have gone after librarians and college professors in federal courts in Georgia, New York, and California.
Cleveland firms share secrets on successful partnerships between IT and marketing.
Launches & Upgrades
Technology Editor Sean Doherty compares four web-based services that synchronize files -- and iTwin, which uses paired USB drives -- to help your law firm pick a tool to access files outside of the law office.
Catalyst's John Tredennick rallies co-defendants to fight patent troll.
Judge Andrew Peck's predictive coding decision upheld in plaintiffs' appeal.
Hires & Investments
If you have a small research budget, there is still an online database that can satisfy all your investigative research needs, say attorney Carole Levitt and Mark Rosch, authors of "The Cybersleuth's Guide to the Internet."
Savvy decisions about spending to access the right legal content and format will become increasingly crucial for law firms, writes Ruth Armstrong, director of library and research at White & Case.
Will algorithms be able to predict trial outcomes?
On the road, it's 2 a.m., and you need a transcription? There are several options for fast, accurate, and inexpensive service.
High-definition videoconferencing is maturing as a crucial, reliable courtroom tool, especially in criminal matters.
Speculating on the outcome of U.S. Supreme Court cases.
E-discovery teams should follow the lead of elementary school students and cooperate with opponents.
With TruConnect MiFi, you can get online easily - and on the cheap - when you're away from the office.
ALM's Smart Litigator puts a new face on case research, analysis, and news from New York and New Jersey.
Bloomberg Law's acquisition and integration of BNA provides the polish needed to race against the giants.
Search will ever be a battle between recall and precision, writes Computer Forensics and E-Discovery Special Master Craig Ball, but avoiding bonehead mistakes limits e-discovery casualties.
Kenneth Jones, COO of Xerdict Group, writes that investing in timeshare staffing can help your organization get the best talent, while controlling quality and costs.