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.
IntApp's acquisition of Advanced Productivity Software unites IntApp's and DTE Axiom's time management software.
Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein has appointed Dwight Floyd as director of knowledge management, a newly created position at the firm.
Since the dawn of cybercrime, public companies have largely operated under the notion that, while they have a responsibility to guard their data, they have little duty to report attacks to investors and regulators. That is all about to change.
Advances in genetic science collided with entrenched ideas about nature and unsettled questions in patent law in recent Supreme Court cases, all brought by the same person: 38-year-old IP lawyer (and newly litigious investor) Daniel Ravicher of the Public Patent Foundation.
Microsoft releases Office for the iPhone for Office 365 subscribers and more technology briefs for lawyers.
Reversing decades of federal patent awards, the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously ruled that human genes and the information they encode are not patent-eligible.
The computer chip designer Rambus Inc. announced that it's wrested a $240 million settlement from rival SK Hynix Inc.
Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory announced on Tuesday the appointment of Robert Lemmond as president and CEO of Wolters Kluwer Law & Business.
With so many cloud services available to tackle an array of critical law office tasks, making the right choices is becoming increasingly difficult. Here's what you need to know to attain informed decisions.
Chicago-based kCura launched Relativity 8, adding key new features including email threading, an easier method to calculate precision and recall, and the ability to process EnCase Logical Evidence Files.
It has become fashionable in the U.S. to pin the blame for the problems in our patent system exclusively on non-practicing entities, but the larger problem is the poor quality of many patents, not the identity or business model of their owners.