In the wake of recent BigLaw data breaches and data security lawsuits, clients are starting to demand more from law firms when it comes to protecting their data. This is becoming an especially important issue for clients...
| 03 May 2017
What would you do if a burglar broke into your office, stole every single client folder, and dumped them indiscriminately out the top floor window onto the city streets below?
| 09 May 2016
Lest the recent admissions from Cravath, Swaine & Moore and Weil Gotshal that they'd suffered data breaches from hackers apparently seeking intel for the purposes of insider trading come as a surprise, consider a Wall St...
| 05 Apr 2016
This article was authored by Tyler O'Halloran, an attorney at Lloyd Gosselink Rochelle & Townsend in Austin, Texas. It appeared in a truncated form in the January/February edition of the ABA Law Practice Magazine as "Sev...
| 27 Jan 2016
For law firms who seek to bolster their internal e-discovery capabilities -- either to capture more billable work or to provide better client value-add -- one of the most daunting challenges is getting the various append...
| 21 Jan 2016
Imagine a superstore that sells every conceivable type of good and grocery at a bargain basement price. That place -- let's call it Walmart -- isn't where people go to buy designer shoes or hand-crafted dressers. You don...
| 19 Nov 2015
Maybe you’re just out of law school, forced into a solo “career” out of circumstance. Or maybe you’re the one burned out on Big Law life and flirting with striking out on your own. Either way, you know the competition’s ...
| 17 Nov 2015