By: Bradley Morton | Jun 16, 2012 Electronic discovery is the investigation of electronic data for the purpose of providing evidence in a civil or criminal court. Considered to be different from printed evidence, electronic discovery is sometimes referred to by those within the field as Litigation Support.
By: Matthew Galea Debono | May 31, 2012 Due to high level of content copied without website's permission, Google offers the opportunity to have the replica removed from its search listings. From a legal perspective, this is done through the enforcement of copyright. Copyright laws practically everywhere in the world provide for this sort of situation and have now allowed companies like Google to give copyright owners their due by ensuring that these infringing websites are not found through the search engine.
By: Irene Stewart | May 16, 2012 One can make use of the law office management software up to the utmost manner it can be. But being practiced in a different game might be too risky for a lawyer to utilize most of the features offered. Mostly, only the billing, tasking and calendar functions of the legal software are used.
By: Bradley Morton | Apr 20, 2012 With the rapid technological advancements happening in society today, several areas of the economy, and how they used to function have changed. Many of these have been affected so much that they cannot even be recognized from their former look. Others have transformed for the better whereas others have become extinct. The legal process is just one of the industries that have benefitted from the ad