Twitter IPO Demonstrates Lack of Gender Diversity. Despite the ?Lean-in? movement, women are not rising to positions of prominence in Silicon Valley.
VMware acquires desktop-as-a-service provider Desktone.
Canada's Dera Nevin, managing counsel, e-discovery, at TD Bank Group, says her secret to success is "adaptability, with a side of asking lots of questions."
Document management is commonplace among law firms, but the task has undergone a fairly dynamic evolution over the past few years. Nuance Communications has played a key role in that evolution.
Four new MFP devices that print, copy and scan will offer blac and white and color output ranging from 51 to 70 pages per minute with multiple finishing features.
A Hearst Corp. subsidiary's challenge to a Boston federal judge's refusal to slap an injunction on Aereo continues a copyright war between broadcasters and the Internet television distributor.
The e-discovery and data management company comes in at no. 241 of Deloitte?s Technology Fast 500 list of fastest growing technology media companies in North America.
Proportionality, proposed amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, and costs in e-discovery were among the big topics in 2013.
JP Morgan reports a breach of the personal information of over 465,000 customers.
It can be difficult to be heard through all the white noise, but if you listen carefully and address client concerns, you can win the work.
One of the foremost authorities on new developments in patent law isn't a blogger or a traditional journalist. It's Foley & Lardner partner Harold "Hal" Wegner,
There are no shades of gray when it comes to the commoditization of legal work. Corporate law departments are distinguishing between 'commodity' work and work that requires a different level of lawyering.
Policy written by the Federal Communications Commission says one thing and the leader of that commission says another, leaving a court to decide the fate of the Internet.