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The final instalment of this 3-part series takes a look at users and how that impacts “narrowly tailored” arguments set forth by the government.
On the surface, the Internet companies and the government appear to be in agreement on making aggregated data available. In Part 2, we go beneath the surface.
First in a three part series on FISC, FISA, Google, Facebook, Microsoft and Yahoo!
Take Clio’s Apple in Law Offices Survey and enter for a chance to win an iPhone 5s or one of 2 iPad Mini’s!
During the process that my company, LawPivot, was acquired, I learned that the faster you can complete the process without sacrificing accuracy, the less likely it is that something will derail the agreement.
For business and pleasure, Trello makes it easy to keep track of client matters, projects, books I want to read and even my dog’s vet schedule.
Clio is offering one law firm a free virtual law firm bootcamp, taught by Clio, practicing attorneys, and legal industry experts.
Shifting from email-based to cloud collaboration applications simplifies the patent filing process in three ways.
ClauseHound: a searchable database of useful clauses and commentary for the document that you are drafting.