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  • The Phases of a Data Breach: Finding the Attack Before the Damage is Done

    A new report from security firm Vectra looks at the strategic phases of a cyberattack and what companies can do to shore up their defenses.

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  • How to Improve Your E-Discovery RFPs

    How many vendor RFPs have you sent in preparation for a case? In how many of those have you been disappointed by the responses, or happy with the initial documents, but let down once usage begins? To avoid this frustration and waste, consider a new approach to choosing legal tech vendors.

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  • New 'Masque' Malware Permutations Represent Risk for iOS Users

    Considering the prevalence of the iPhone in the legal industry, practitioners should beware.

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  • The 5 Privacy Stories Making Waves in June

    Privacy awareness has only increased in the two years since Edward Snowden's revelations, with Facebook, NIST, the UK's government and more in the news for privacy-related issues.

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  • Justices' Financial Reports Shed Light on Alito 'Unrecusal'

    The federal judiciary on Thursday released the U.S. Supreme Court justices' financial disclosure reports for 2014, shedding light on Justice Samuel Alito Jr.'s 'unrecusal' from a case that involved The Coca-Cola Co.

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  • Morning Wrap: The Lawyering Up Edition

    An interview with Dentons' leaders about its growth to the world's largest firm, while cyclists and the Texas attorney general get their own lawyers. This is a round-up of legal news from ALM and around the country.

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  • Looking Back at the Tenth Year of the Roberts Court

    The NLJ's Marcia Coyle looks back at the tenth year of the Roberts Court in a discussion Wednesday evening on PBS NewsHour with Joan Biskupic, legal affairs editor for Reuters, and SCOTUSblog editor Amy Howe. The big rulings. The alliances. And what's coming next.

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  • PLI Looks at Cross-Border Employees and International Data

    Organizations can avoid legal landmines?including e-discovery and privacy complications?as they move employees around the globe.

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  • Legal Analytics Key to Law Department Profitability

    With this in mind, Mitratech recently launched its Certified Legal Analytics Partner Program.

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  • Former White House Lawyer Disbarred in D.C.

    Former White House lawyer J. Michael Farren, who was found guilty last year of attempted murder for assaulting his former wife, has been disbarred in the District of Columbia.

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