Election 2012: The Persistent—and Now Traceable—Power of Words
Posted on 10-31-2012 by amanda-alge-bales

Brought to you by the Real Law Editorial Team As the story goes, congressional candidate Lyndon Johnson wanted to make an outrageous charge against his opponent. His campaign manager was shocked. “We can’t say that, Lyndon,” he said... Read More

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Can Corporate Counsel Tame Cloud Computing?
Posted on 10-30-2012 by amanda-alge-bales

Brought to you by the Real Law Editorial Team Owning data can be like owning a tiger. Both are extremely powerful and useful—even essential—for your particular business. Specific laws govern how both are to be treated and maintained... Read More

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Strategies for Predicting the Future
Posted on 10-23-2012 by amanda-alge-bales

Brought to you by the Real Law Editorial Team Steve Jobs once quoted Wayne Gretzky: “I skate to where the puck is going to be, not where it has been.” Both men showed that you could beat bigger, faster, and more powerful opponents by... Read More

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Hacker Defense: How to Make Your Law Firm a Harder Target
Posted on 10-16-2012 by amanda-alge-bales

Brought to you by the Real Law Editorial Team In security, you are only as strong as your weakest link. A recent FBI investigation has shown that a company’s weakest link might be its law firm. Every law firm keeps valuable and sensitive information... Read More

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Big Data Is Making Law Bigger Than Ever
Posted on 10-08-2012 by amanda-alge-bales

Brought to you by the Real Law Editorial Team Law has perhaps always been a data-driven business. A good attorney, librarian, or even judge can be measured by his or her ability to draw from up to thousands of potentially relevant cases and synthesize... Read More

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