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  • Addressing the Continuing Challenges of Mobile Devices

    Organizations should develop a plan to tackle the data security, information retention, and e-discovery problems arising from mobile devices.

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  • How Large is Your Law Office? A Harder Question Than It First Appears

    Counting lawyers can be a pain. A few at the largest firms are nearly always arrived or one foot out the door in a lateral move. Many lawyers, especially in the adviser, counsel or of counsel ranks, may work part-time. Most firms disclose publicly an approved, exact whole figure. Yet some will wobble for days on the number before they reach a final count.

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  • The Need for Third Party Risk Management

    Organizations have to establish third party risk management strategies in order to mitigate the potentially huge financial and reputational fallouts from insecure partnerships.

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  • InOutsource to Partner with FileTrail on Records Management Solution

    The new partnership allows InOutsource to transition to a full-service role with hands-on implementation, deployment and configuration of software solutions.

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  • iManage Defines its Future in the Wake of HP Spin Off

    iManage CMO Dan Carmel talks about the impetus and the goals of iManage's HP spin off.

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  • Venable Not Liable for Alleged 'Puffery' by Firm Lawyers

    A federal judge in Washington this week dismissed negligence claims against Venable, finding that supposed "puffery" by firm attorneys about what they could achieve for a former client wasn't enough to support the allegations.

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  • Morning Wrap: Get a Warrant | Insider-Trading Petition | The Sound of Music Near Skadden

    Lucy Koh, a California federal district judge, says the feds need a warrant to acquire historical cell phone location information from service providers. The U.S. Department of Justice wants the high court to toss a Second Circuit ruling that restricts insider-trading cases. And a street band in downtown is ruffling a few feathers in nearby offices&mdashincluding Skadden Arps lawyers. This is a news roundup from ALM and other publications.

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  • Recovering Litigation Costs

    The amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) clarify that discovery is limited to proportionality.

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  • Judge Cites ACA 'Tax' Debate in Refusal to Release Gitmo Detainee

    From the status of the U.S. conflict in Afghanistan to whether the Affordable Care Act's individual mandate is a tax or a penalty, the "government may not always say what it means or mean what it says," a federal district judge in Washington said on Thursday.

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  • After Holder's Departure, Fight Over Fast and Furious Docs Continues

    Eric Holder's departure as attorney general hasn't eased tensions between the U.S. Department of Justice and House Republicans over access to documents about how DOJ responded to a congressional inquiry into the botched gun sting Operation Fast and Furious.

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