After much fervent debate, lobbying and public opinion, by a 3-2 vote the Federal Communications Commission passed new net neutrality rules, ensuring that Internet service providers will treat all legal content equally. What’s next? Most likely, lawsuits to overturn the rules.
ISPs are now reclassified as public utilities and are subject to these rules, which […]
What happens when a company that is being sued by a former employee who has a J.D. files a protective order to prevent her from using privileged communications, claiming she acted as a lawyer for the company so her use of the information should be prohibited? The court found that because she was neither hired […]
Another Valentine’s Day has come and gone. Those still looking for love through an online dating app should possibly reconsider doing so from their work-designated phone. A recent IBM analysis of leading mobile dating apps revealed the potential present for cyberattacks.
According to the IBM analysis of the top 41 dating apps available on Android […]
At this year’s LTNY, Judges John Facciola (retired), Andrew J. Peck, Frank Maas and Elizabeth D. LaPorte treated eager attendees to their highly regarded opinions during the “What’s Wrong with Discovery?” session. The judges acted as panelists tasked with reflecting on the topic of e-Discovery. Why has it become so risky and expensive and, therefore, […]
January is quickly coming to a close, which means Legal Tech New York is right around the corner. If you are attending, you have many informative sessions and a variety of legal products to look forward to.
Be sure to stop by LLM, Inc.’s booth #224, conveniently located near the main entrance, to check […]
For the first time in China, tech companies surpassed state firms as the country’s most valuable brands. According to Reuters, the annual rankings, which are based on an analysis of revenue and consumer response and only include publicly traded companies, placed Tencent Holdings Ltd and Alibaba Group Holding Ltd in the lead.
Tencent is an […]