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5 Practice Tips for Law Firms as Data Breach Spotlight Swings Their Way

While data breach incidents affecting the entertainment, retail, healthcare, and financial industries have garnered more attention in past years, the data breach spotlight recently shifted to law firms. ...more

The Case for E-Discovery Education in Law School

The lament that law schools do not adequately prepare new lawyers for the actual practice of law is not a new one. The refrain, however, seems more pronounced as the day-to-day practice of law becomes increasingly...more

Cybersecurity, Part 3: Identifying solutions

Cybersecurity issues are constantly evolving. Indeed, even since the first article in this series was published, it was announced that plaintiffs law firm Edelson PC has already filed a privacy class action lawsuit against a...more

[Event] CLE for In-House Counsel - A 2016 Update on Current Issues Relating to Your Business - June 2nd, Chicago, Ill

Please join us for a complimentary CLE seminar on current issues affecting your business. Taught by leading practitioners at Locke Lord, the seminar offers three hours of CLE credit, including one hour of Professional...more

Cybersecurity: You can't afford to ignore it anymore

In late March, newspapers confirmed that a Russian hacker named "Oleras" targeted 48 law firms (most of which are Am Law 100 firms). Oleras planned to hack these firms to secure confidential and highly valuable insider...more

Business Litigation Alert: "Law Firms Victim to Data Breaches"

Recently, reports surfaced that multiple law firms have fallen victim to data breaches, prompting class action litigation against the firms for exposing their clients' information. Law firms house a great deal of highly...more

Protect Your Employees’ Personal Information or You’re Putting Your Business at Risk

For the past few years, data breaches have made news headlines and raised awareness for data privacy and cybersecurity. Some of the most well publicized data breach stories have been the breaches of Sony, Target, Home Depot,...more

Employment Law This Week: EEOC on Position Statements, Hispanic Ruled as Race, NLRB on Computer Use, Big Data Privacy, Tip of the... [Video]

We invite you to view Employment Law This Week - a weekly rundown of the latest news in the field, brought to you by Epstein Becker Green. We look at the latest trends, important court decisions, and new developments that...more

LegalTech New York 2016 Report

LegalTech New York 2016 took place in early February. Several Morris James attorneys and members of IT attended the event. As usual, the event attracted some of the best legal technology minds in the country....more

Putting a Wrap on LegalTech New York 2016

Last week wrapped up LegalTech New York 2016, as thousands of professionals across the legal sector descended upon the Hilton New York for three days’ worth of meetings, information, keynotes and plenary sessions. As the...more

2015 Year in Review: Top Five Stories for In-house Counsel

One of our priorities is tracking the big issues affecting in-house counsel, and since 2015 seems to be the year of the “Top __ List,” we thought it would be fun to jump on that bandwagon too. It’s helpful to understand your...more

Our 2016 Resolutions for eDiscovery, Part 2

Last week, we discussed four eDiscovery resolutions that counsel should make as they kick off 2016. In this blog, we offer four more pearls of wisdom for counsel to consider as they tackle the New Year....more

Untrusted Advisor: How Your Law Firm May Fail to Protect Your Data

In recent years, the prevalence of data and information security breaches at major corporations have become increasingly more commonplace. While general awareness may be increasing, many companies are still neglecting to...more

Schrems & The Collapse of Safe Harbor: What Are The Alternatives to EU Data Collection? [Video]

In the second part of a Front-Line interview, Jo Sherman, CEO, EDT, shares her views on how organizations can comply with new EU regulations in the context of the recent Schrems decision, and the collapse of safe harbor. As...more

How to prevent data theft from lost devices

Technology can be a blessing and a curse for attorneys. While technology enables attorneys to be able to conduct business on the go, it also puts client and firm data at risk. In the United States, someone loses a cellphone...more

Legal Ops Panel: How Data is Changing Law Departments [Video]

Seeing what law firms look like is similar to seeing what Pluto looks like, and the "stunning" images we’re getting of that today. "We didn’t really know what Pluto looked like until we got data about that... and better data...more

From Drones to Cybersecurity Guidelines to Livestreaming ... Popular Reads on JD Supra This Week

ICYMI a look at back at this week's most popular reads on JD Supra....more

Perla: LegalTech Startups Can't Fix BigLaw's Cyber-Security Problems [Video]

Mar. 18, 2015 (Mimesis Law) -- David Perla, president of Bloomberg Law, talks with Lee Pacchia about his vision for the future of the company, BigLaw's response to cyber-security threats and the prospects for the legal...more

Ethical Issues Implicated by Lawyers’ Use of Third-Party Cloud Services

Law firms increasingly turn to “cloud services” for processing and storing confidential client information because of their greater flexibility and efficiency. Use of “the cloud,” however, outsources the administration,...more

Copyright Law and the Fight Against Revenge Porn: Q&A With David Bateman of the Cyber Civil Rights Legal Project

In-depth Q&A with attorney David A. Bateman about the Cyber Civil Rights Legal Project, which Bateman co-founded last year with K&L Gates colleague Elisa J. D'Amico to help victims of revenge porn. We wanted to learn...more

Make These 4 Assumptions about Cybersecurity

It has been clear for some time that cybercrime isn’t an outlier in the spectrum of corporate risk. Yet many organizations have been slow to wake up to that reality, or having awoken, are unsure of what steps to take to...more

HIPAA For Lawyers And Law Firms: What you need to know to prevent your law firm from paying MILLION$

For years now lawyers and law firms providing professional services to health care providers or health insurance plans should have had in place essential safeguards to meet the responsibilities and requirements as business...more

Court Reporters Need Strong Passwords

My bank recently sent me a document with “Techniques for creating strong passwords.” Reading through it my first thought was, “This would be great information for my colleagues.” Court reporters protect private, sensitive...more

Court Reporters – Tips To Keeping Your Identity Secure

Court reporters, like everyone else on the planet, want to keep their identity secure. Here are eight tips. My next blog will be tips on creating strong passwords. - Keep your personal information safe and...more

Board will not Keep Highly Confidential Documents out of In-House Counsel’s Hands

In Amneal Pharmaceuticals LLC v, Supernus Pharmaceuticals, Inc., IPR2013-00372, Paper 33 (March 7, 2014), the Board rejected Supernus proposed protective order which sought to create a category of highly confidential...more

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