Businesses and government agencies should ensure their cloud suppliers have clear policies to apply litigation holds and preserve data, U.S. government officials said in a report Friday.
ALM, a legal news and business information provider, announced on Thursday the release of Smart Litigator Pennsylvania, a legal research tool designed to help Pennsylvania litigators prepare for trial.
ALM's CLECenter.com is partnering with the American Bar Association to "host on-demand access to some of the ABA's CLE-eligible programs," according to a press release announcement Wednesday.
The CLECenter.com website, an online provider of CLE programs, relaunched its website with new navigation and search facilities and an updated media player.
When William Bowe, the general counsel of Encyclopaedia Britannica, needs to look something up, these days he's more likely to use a mobile app than a shelf-filling encyclopedia.
Law School Transparency has unveiled a comprehensive database detailing a broad range of information designed to guide prospective law students about what they might be getting into.
New York Chief Administrative Judge A. Gail Prudenti has proposed legislation authorizing a three-year pilot program for e-filing in criminal and family courts in the state.
A California Senate subcommittee has asked judicial branch leaders to compile a report "on what went so wrong" with development of the now-defunct Court Case Management System.
Legal research giant LexisNexis now has an e-book library application for law firms, based on a partnership with digital content distributor OverDrive, officials said Monday.