Quinn Emanuel's Kathleen Sullivan, who represents Marvell, has backing from Google, Hewlett-Packard and other tech heavyweights. Carnegie's lawyer, Orrick's Joshua Rosenkranz, says the Quinn team made its own bed.
UCLA Law this week announced the creation of UCLA Law Women LEAD, a professional support network for its female students and alumnae. But LEAD is no old-school, newsletter-once-a-month, events-here-and-there project: It’s a social media platform.
In the judiciary we trust? Well, not always, but a new survey shows that state court system gets generally good marks from the citizens it serves, and even seems to be enjoying an upswing in public confidence.
Dan Carmel, Head of ECM Information Governance Solutions for HP Big Data, speaks with Mike Sacks about information management in the age of the new attorney, how content management has evolved over the years and gives insights on where he sees the industry heading.
Alex Ponce de Leon, Discovery Counsel at Google, joins Mike Sacks at ALM’s 2015 Legal Tech conference to discuss the types of projects he has day-to-day, how he balances consumer privacy with the demands placed on Google by countries and how he feels about being a “Google guy.”
ALM’s Mike Sacks is joined by Sean Fitzpatrick, Managing Director of North American Research Solutions at LexisNexis, at ALM’s 2015 Legal Tech conference to discuss the company’s portfolio, being a businessman surrounded by lawyers and an overview of what’s in the pipeline at LexisNexis.
Joel M. Cohen, federal prosecutor for the Jordan Belfort (Wolf of Wall Street) case, speaks with Mike Sacks about transitioning from prosecutor to private practice defense attorney, his thoughts on Global Risk & Compliance and gives his opinion on the movie’s interpretation of the Belfort character.
Jason Ruger, Chief Security Officer for Motorola, speaks with Mike Sacks at the 2015 ALM Legal Tech conference about pre-crime and stopping fraud before it happens and shares an interesting perspective on how he addresses the issue.