Monthly Archives: November 2013
By now, even people who do not own computers, nor how to turn them on, have likely started to become insecure about their privacy, as the National Security Administration (NSA) and several other entities have essentially broken down the barriers of information security. Between the Snowden controversies, as well as the weighty and relatively invasive […]
Corporate trend to boutique and highly specialized law firms; could same trend be true for forensic and eDiscovery service providers?
Harvard Business Review recently reported that corporate preferences might be shifting in the direction of highly specialized boutique-styled law firms. This would essentially be characterized by major enterprises saying “goodbye” to massive law firms that employ hundreds of thousands of attorneys in hundreds of nations and even on the moon. The news provider referred to […]
Reserve your spot today and join HAYSTACKID for our lunch and learn series on the changing landscape of eDiscovery and the new Massachusetts State law requirements. This is a must attend event for litigators and litigation support professionals. This 45 minute lunch and learn presentation will be a pragmatic look at the eDiscovery marketplace, as […]
It’s hard to believe that after all these years – roughly 408 to be exact – that we still remember the 5th of November as Guy Fawkes Day. In what was one of the most serious assassination attempts in the United Kingdom’s history, Guido “Guy” Fawkes planned the failed Gunpowder Plot of 1605, in which […]