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  • 3 Ways to Move Voice Memos and Notes Off Your iPhone

    Three methods to easily transfer voice files from your iPhone to your computer.

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  • DOJ, Ernst & Young Advise on Cyberincident Prep

    Ready access to advice from lawyers well-acquainted with cyberincident response can speed an organization's decision making.

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  • The Art of Cyberwarfare

    As data breach liabilities escalate, general counsel must address a minefield of cybertroops, weak partnership loops and regulatory groups.

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  • Digital Forensic Testimony 101

    A panel of forensic investigators and expert witnesses gathered to discuss pitfalls and tips in testifying.

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  • 6 Steps to Form a Data Security Incident Response Team

    A six-step outline to best practices in forming an incident response team, from a panel of experts at CEIC.

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  • Exterro Ranked a 'Leader' in Gartner's Magic Quadrant for Third Year Straight

    CMO Bill Piwonka says the company's focus is on e-discovery and investment in products.

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  • Morning Wrap: Sunset of a Spy Program | SCOTUS 'Silly Season'

    The Senate debates the NSA's collection of Americans' call records as the authorizing provision of the Patriot Act prepares to sunset. It's again that time of year to read the SCOTUS tea leaves for any hint about how the justices will rule in the everyone-is-watching cases. And meet Brando, that friendly dog at the D.C. federal trial court who is sniffing for bombs. This is a roundup of news from ALM and other publications.

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  • One-on-One With Guidance Software

    Understanding the EnCase and Tableau maker, with Patrick Dennis, CEO, and Michael Harris, CMO.

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  • Dentons to Collaborate With Tech Startups on NextLaw Labs Venture

    NextLaw Labs is a critical part of the Dentons' overall strategy: to not only expand its global reach, but to also re-invent the practice of law.

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  • Technology for Legal 'Dummies'

    Advances in technology can help to more quickly identify key facts in a case, however, most attorneys aren't taking advantage of them.

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