Closing The Loop

The Supreme Court Frees Patent Litigators From the Eastern District of Texas

IP lawyers, it might be time to buy your one-way ticket out of the Eastern District of Texas. Yesterday's Supreme Court’s ruling on patent venue means that the E.D. Tex. could have its patent docket substantially reduced... Casey Sullivan   |     23, May 2017

When It Comes to Spoliation Sanctions, It’s Still 2014 in Some Courts

Looking back, 2014 was a pretty good year. Barack Obama was president, the “Lego Movie” was a box office hit, and everyone was dumping buckets of ice on their head for charity. But if you’re feeling nostalgic for those g... Casey Sullivan   |     22, May 2017

Are Sloppy Metadata Practices Putting You at Risk?

If you’re not paying attention to the metadata in your public files, you may be giving cybercriminals an open invitation to hack into your law firm’s servers. While cybercriminals use a number of methods to bypass law fi... Eric Pesale   |     19, May 2017

When You Fall Victim to a Cyberattack, Will Your Insurer Pay?

It’s late in the afternoon and an all-night rush to meet a deadline looms ahead. Then a message pops up on your screen, letting you know you’re the victim of a ransomware attack: “Oops,” it says, “your files have been en... Casey Sullivan   |     18, May 2017

‘All I Need to Find Is That It Works’: Judge Maas on Modern eDiscovery

Over his 17 years as a magistrate judge for the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, Judge Frank Maas earned a nationwide reputation as a leading jurist in the area of eDiscovery law, a tech-savvy j... Casey Sullivan   |     17, May 2017

Could Your Ego Get You Hacked?

This weekend saw one of the most ambitious, and successful, cyberattacks in history: Hundreds of thousands of infected computers were held hostage by WannaCry, a ransomware program that spread across the globe, bringing ... Casey Sullivan   |     16, May 2017

Judge Scheindlin on the Goodyear Decision, Inherent Authority, and Sanctions

Over her nearly 22 years on the bench, Judge Shira A. Scheindlin left her mark on everything from the trial of John Gotti Jr., to the New York Police Department’s “Stop and Frisk” policy. But many of Judge Scheindlin’s b... Casey Sullivan   |     15, May 2017

Now Available: 2017 eDiscovery Case Law Update Webinar

Earlier this week, Logikcull hosted a webinar reviewing the most important eDiscovery-related cases of the year thus far. The presentation addressed, among other pressing issues, sanctions developments under the new Rule... Robert Hilson   |     12, May 2017
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