New York-based managed services provider Cobra Legal Solutions is adding Reston, Va.-based iConect Development's Xera Review Platform to its e-discovery offerings.
A year after waging a proxy battle with an activist investor over exploring a possible sale, BMC Software has agreed to be bought by an investment consortium led by buyout firms Bain Capital and Golden Gate Capital in a cash deal worth $6.9 billion.
Bloomberg LP is looking to repair the public relations and possible legal fallout over a controversial breach of client data, so the financial information company is promoting compliance officer Steve Ross.
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.
In an appeal that could make law on jurisdiction in international IP cases, Ninth Circuit Judge M. Margaret McKeown wondered if the trial judge went too far, effectively shutting down Hong Kong's Oron.com over its dispute with pornography distributor DataTech Enterprises.
3-D printing technology, which makes it possible to create an item by simply downloading a design file and printing it out as a plastic object, is likely to trigger legal conflicts surrounding copyrights, trademarks, and patents.
The Federal Trade Commission sent letters to more than 90 businesses, informing them that they could potentially be in violation of the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act when changes to the law go into effect on July 1.
When Pete Townshend wrote "Goin' Mobile," first produced by The Who on their 1971 album "Who's Next," little did he realize the tune would portend how lawyers, even those "Over 50," would receive their news and information. Recognizing the importance of mobility, LTN and its parent company ALM are adopting mobile as a preferred means to deliver the news.
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.
Patent pools bundles of patents intended to facilitate cross-licensing and steer technology into the marketplace have been touted as a way to cut litigation and transaction costs for businesses. A study released by a former Federal Trade Commission official challenges that assumption.
LexisNexis Legal & Professional today announced that Lexis for Microsoft Office legal drafting software now integrates with Lexis Advance, the company's next generation research platform.
A year after Sheryl Sandberg sparked a national conversation on women's advancement in the workplace, three new publications spotlight inroads women are making as general counsel, risk managers, and corporate board directors.
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."