What could your company do to improve its data breach preparedness? For starters, try testing employees' mobile devices for security and changing network access rights for workers who've been terminated, suggests a recent study.
A U.S. district judge in Seattle has forcefully rejected Motorola's request that it be paid billions of dollars in royalty fees for its standards-essential patents by Microsoft, which calls the question: Did Google overpay when it acquired Motorola for $12.5 billion in 2012?
A technical committee of the International Organization for Standardization gave final approval for the development of an international standard for the discovery of ESI.
Legal Technology Staffing reports that the General Services Administration awarded the professional search, staffing, and consulting business with a Federal Supply Schedule Contract for information technology equipment, software, and services that allows federal, state, county, and municipal government agencies to quickly access LTS staffing and professional services.
A new database from TyMetrix Inc. shows that while total litigation numbers from 2010 to 2012 are up, total legal spend actually dipped in 2012.
Bellefield has announced that their mobile time-entry app is now available for BlackBerry 10.
E-discovery provider Orange Legal Technologies have appointed John Munro as vice president of operations and clients services. In his new position, he'll oversee the company's analytics, processing, and review technology business, focusing on information technology services and client support.
Fastcase, a legal publisher and research service, today released new software to identify overturned or reversed cases in its Authority Check system. The new algorithm, called Bad Law Bot, surfaces citations that give negative treatment to a cited case.
Accusoft's Prizm Content Connect is now embedded into OrcaTec's Document Decisioning Suite, where the viewer will help users review, search, annotate, and print more than 300 different types of files.