Early Bird Advantage

Early Bird Advantage In this excellent Law Technology News article, Kenneth Jones of Xerdict Group provides advice on how legal technology professionals can maximize the value of technology software licenses. Mr. Jones advises that upgrading to newer software versions can provide advantages well beyond the obvious new features, including the ability to take advantage of […]

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Fortifying Data Privacy and Security in Law Firms and Courts

Fortifying Data Privacy and Security in Law Firms and Courts This article in Law Technology News reports on the panel ““Data Privacy and Security: Substantive Claims and E-Discovery Issues Abound,” at the Georgetown Law Advanced E-Discovery Institute. The panelists included Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck, for the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New […]

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Venture Corp. Ltd. v. Barrett, Ordering Compliance, the Court Notes that Rule 34 is As Basic to Civil Cases As It Gets

Venture Corp. Ltd. v. Barrett, Ordering Compliance, the Court Notes that Rule 34 is As Basic to Civil Cases As It Gets In this patent case, plaintiff and defendant could not come to an agreement regarding the production of documents. The District Court judge, voicing his displeasure, noted that unlike some of the more obscure […]

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United States v. Vayner, Failure to Properly Authenticate Russian Facebook Page Results in Vacated Judgment

United States v. Vayner, Failure to Properly Authenticate Russian Facebook Page Results in Vacated Judgment Judge Livingston in the Second Circuit, vacated a judgment against a defendant for the unlawful transfer of a false identification document after finding that the district court erred in admitting the defendant’s alleged profile page from the Russian equivalent of […]

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