Due Diligence & Third-Party Risk, Aug. 6

Free eDiscovery Webinar from LexisNexis

Take advantage of this complimentary and exclusive LexisNexis technology webinar! 

Litigation 101: Bringing Order to eDiscovery Chaos
Thursday, April 16 • 3 P.M. – 4 P.M. ET

With […]

After a Breach, Attorneys General Expect . . .

. . . Encryption, Response & a Good Attitude 
By Tom Hagy

Here is who you don’t want to be. You don’t want to be the […]

U.S. Magistrate Judge Facciola Joins “Too Big to Litigate” Forum on Cost-Driven Litigation — “The New Paradigm”

Hon. Facciola Sedona a Conference Advisory Board Member
Hon. John M. Facciola will join JAMS neutrals Hon. Janice Symchych (former) and  Hon. James Rosenbaum (former), and current U.S. Chief Judge […]

Mega Litigation Forum with Judge Symchych Open to In-House Counsel, Judges

Contact: Edie Scott, Media Relations Manager
(484) 324-2755




Understanding The Reasons Behind Digital Piracy Is The First Step Toward Ending It, Researchers Suggest

Although the recording and film industries were able to bring down large-scale file-sharing services and programs such as Napster® and LimeWire® over the past […]

Companies Should Take Heed of Best Practices Outlined in the SEC’s Cybersecurity Disclosure Guidance, Experts Say

Although the Security and Exchange Commission’s recent Cybersecurity Disclosure Guidance is by no means a mandate, companies should take heed of its best practices […]

Get There First With the Most: The Importance of Venue In Non-Compete Disputes

Due to the importance of venue, employers need to address several issues prior to a battle over the enforceability of a restrictive covenant in […]

Employers Should Pay Heed to New NLRB Standards For Social Media Policies

Given that the NLRB has indicated its intent to target social media policies aggressively, employers should avoid running afoul of the NLRA by crafting […]

Advances In Cloud Computing Raise New Legal and Ethical Issues

There is no dispute that the advent of cloud computing has been one of the most significant technological advances in recent years. Despite its […]

Attorneys Stress Increasing Importance of Pre-Breach HIPAA, HITECH Compliance

If the federal government’s recent activity is any indication, organizations and companies that handle protected health information must be even more vigilant in complying […]

Businesses Nationwide Continue to Grapple With Burdensome Massachusetts Data Privacy Laws

Massachusetts data privacy regulations are among the most burdensome in the country. The regulations apply to every “person” or entity, including businesses both inside […]

Accountable Care Organization Program Is Alive And Well Due To Recent Supreme Court Health Care Ruling

The recent Supreme Court decision upholding the passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) was one of the most significant rulings […]

Every Cloud Has a Lining. Whether It’s Silver or Not Depends on You

Cloud computing, or in simple terms, the use of offsite, shared servers for data storage, group work, document sharing and applications, has a host […]

E-Discovery Can Be Costly – But Not Doing It Right Can Cost Much More

If you’re involved in complex litigation, chances are you’ve begun to explore predictive coding as a method to reduce your firm’s e-discovery costs. […]

2nd Circuit: Failure to Issue Hold Notice by Itself Not Enough for Discovery Sanctions

The U.S. Second Circuit Court of Appeals, going against a ruling by records management thought-leader U.S. Judge Sara Scheindlin, recently held that the failure […]

Ethical Pitfalls Plaguing the Best Prosecutors and Public Defenders

LexisNexis® State and Local Government Series Complimentary CLE-Accredited* Webinar:
Ethical Pitfalls Plaguing the Best Prosecutors and Public Defenders

On July 23rd, from 2:00 to 3:30 PM […]

Digital Piracy, Intellectual Property Rights and Content Protection in 2012

LexisNexis® Presents a Complimentary CLE-Accredited* Webinar:
Digital Piracy, Intellectual Property Rights and Content Protection in 2012

The issue of digital piracy, intellectual property rights and […]

Compliance Across the Supply Chain – CA’s Supply Chain Transparency Act

Supply chain responsibility and the prevention of human rights violations is a burden shared by all companies. It is also the subject of new […]

Understanding Trade Controls and Sanctions in the 2012 Global Economy

A Complimentary CLE-Accredited Webinar Presented by LexisNexis®

The laws surrounding trade controls and sanctions are constantly evolving and changing, having an ever increasing impact on […]

Early Case Assessment and Settlement Strategies for In-House Counsel

A Complimentary CLE-Accredited Webinar Presented by LexisNexis®

For In-House Counsel, accurately assessing the financial impact of a potential case as well as determining whether or […]

Oil and Gas Leasing Disputes and Solutions

LexisNexis® Presents a Complimentary CLE-Accredited Webinar:
Oil and Gas Leasing Disputes and Solutions

As hydraulic fracturing operations in the Marcellus shale region and other shale […]

Attorney Client Privilege in the Corporate Setting

A Complimentary Webinar Presented by LexisNexis®

The way that privileged information is handled by in-house counsel has its own set of challenges that differs greatly […]

New Developments in NY Mortgage Foreclosure Laws

A Complimentary Webinar Presented by LexisNexis®

Dangers and unintended consequences of new and proposed legislation in New York responding to the foreclosure crisis are explored […]

Ethical Considerations When Using a Legal Process Outsourcing Provider

In today's economy, many companies are turning to Legal Process Outsourcing (LPO) providers because of their ability to offer fast, efficient legal services at a lower cost. However there are a number of ethical considerations that are unique to LPO companies, including risk of disclosure of confidential information, inadvertent waiver of attorney-client privilege and client consent requirements. However, the primary issue has to do with the unauthorized practice of law, since many of the individuals performing the work at the LPO firm may not be licensed to practice law in the appropriate jurisdiction or may not be lawyers at all.