by Matt MillerApril 30, 2013
Depending on how it’s used, predictive coding may result in a discovery process that is less expensive than a process built around traditional search term based culling and manual document review. I emphasize “may” because…
by Maureen O'NeillAugust 21, 2012
A few weeks ago, Judge Shira Scheindlin issued another opinion in National Day Laborer Organizing Network et al. v. United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency, et al., a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) case. In her order, Judge Sheindlin voiced strong approval for [...]
by Matt MillerAugust 2, 2012
During the past several years, patent holders increasingly have chosen the International Trade Commission to adjudicate claims against importers of goods that allegedly infringe U.S. patents. A quick perusal of the ITC’s pending docket reads like a who’s who of technology companies: Apple, Samsung, Research in Motion, LG, HTC, Nokia, Sony, Canon, HP. While it’s [...]
by Amy HinzmannJuly 25, 2012
The allegations and controversy around Libor surely will surely ratchet up the already intense scrutiny of the financial-services sector. In these unsettling and predictable times, a proven, trusted resource can be invaluable.
by Matt MillerJune 28, 2012
It reads like a vintage John Grisham page-turner: In Mississippi, high-stakes allegations of skullduggery, bribery and secret meetings cost two seasoned attorneys their jobs and, ultimately, their lives.