California Employers: Ignore Piece-Rate Compensation Rules at Your Peril
A recent California Court of Appeal decision upheld the state’s complex rules for compensating piece-rate employees.
Why retail businesses are ignoring payment innovations at their peril
With the retail landscape becoming increasingly competitive, businesses are constantly looking for new ways to stay ahead of the competition and steal market share. Internet shopping has evolved significantly since the first online transaction over 20 years ago and with the internet knowing no global boundaries, the possibilities and reach for retailers are endless. Indeed
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Companies need to make sure their digital interface is clear and consistent before thinking about shiny add-ons like AI chatbots.
Why eDiscovery Vendors Are Moving Beyond eDiscovery: Conversation With CDS Legal’s Kate Hutchinson
More and more eDiscovery vendors are looking at technology-enabled contract review.
Ignoring Internet of Things Devices Could Be IdIoTic: eDiscovery Trends
In an article in Legaltech News (E-Discovery’s New Challenge: Not Ignoring Internet of Things Data, written by Victoria Hudgins), the author notes...
“eDiscovery is for Everybody” and 5 Tips for Small Law
Note: The following is a guest post from Daryn Teague, who provides support to the litigation soft...
5 Trends in Qualitative Research
We dusted off the crystal ball to see what's in store for qualitative research in 2015. Here are our top 5 qual trends for this year.
Sport must not ignore the perils of vile initiation ceremonies
MARTIN SAMUEL - CHIEF SPORTS WRITER: Ed Farmer, a 20-year-old Newcastle University student, died of cardiac arrest having drunk roughly 27 vodka shots as part of an initiation.
The Top Hot Topics in eDiscovery
The rapid embrace of emergent technologies has flooded the legal marketplace with new tools and processes to help make attorneys’ daily lives better in every way. In this episode of Digital Detectives
Why Advisors Ignore ESG Investing at Their Peril
Advisors who fail to understand the growing popularity of investing according to environmental, social and governance principles risk falling behind their competition.
eDiscovery: what are judges thinking?
This summer one current and one former United States District Court Judge took to the interview circuit on the topic of eDiscovery. The most common…
Why Is the Media Ignoring SOPA?
Discussion of SOPA — the bill that would destroy free speech on the Internet — is everywhere on the Web, and nowhere on the nightly news. Take action today and tell the news directors of the major broadcast networks to end the SOPA blackout.
Europe ignores Nigeria humanitarian crisis at its peril, warns top UN official
UN assistant secretary general Toby Lanzer says urgent aid to help stabilise communities in the Lake Chad region is also in Europe’s broader interests
eDiscovery Software Comparison: 10 Great eDiscovery Software Products Reviewed
Our eDiscovery software comparison puts 10 great eDiscovery software options side by side.
The Top 4 Digital Marketing Tactics You Ignore At Your Peril
In the past marketing was easy. You advertised in the yellow pages, you sent letters and catalogs using direct mail, cold called and you placed …
Be as cynical as you like, but we ignore the concerns of children at our peril
Why Prevention Is In Peril
It’s still the rich what gets the treasure: governments ignore this at their peril
Rising political instability and trade disputes are symptoms of the rampant disease of inequality, and rich men giving away their billions is not the answer
The Gift of Presence and the Perils of Advice
Parker Palmer is the founder and senior partner of the Center for Courage and Renewal. His work teaches us to connect with others through our authentic self. His courses help to develop courageous leadership and collectively evolve our spirits for social change. With humor and heart, Parker shares his perspectives on advice giving vs the gift of our presence. Leading us into presence with unconditional listening and loving.
EDiscovery Lunch & Learn with the VBA
Learn valuable skills needed to find and secure electronic data for use as evidence, p resented by leaders in the field of eDiscovery, Meghan Podolny of Hunton Andrews Kurth and Natalie Harris of Cognicion.