Monthly archives: October, 2004

Features – Researching Labor Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution In Employment

Researching Labor Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution In Employment

By Suzanne Thorpe and Laura J. Cooper*

Subjects: Features, Labor Law

Features – Are Libraries Places to Learn or Engage in Illegality?

Are Libraries Places to Learn or Engage in Illegality?

By Raizel Liebler

Subjects: Courts & Technology, Features, Free Speech, Libraries & Librarians, Privacy

Research Roundup – Federal and State Election Resources — Updated

Kathy Biehl is the author of the LLRX.com Research RoundUp , Web Critic and After Hours columns, co-author of The Lawyer’s Guide to Internet Research , and an attorney admitted to practice in Texas and New Jersey.

Subjects: Election Law, ResearchRoundup

FOIA Facts: FOIA Decision 2004

Scott A. Hodes is a sole practitioner in Washington, D.C., practicing Information and Privacy Law. Mr. Hodes assists clients in gaining access to government records under the FOIA, Privacy Act and other federal agency access provisions. Prior to entering private practice, Mr. Hodes was an attorney at the Department of Justice for over a decade. He served in the FBI’s Freedom of Information/Privacy Act Section from 1998 until 2002 as the Acting Chief of that Section’s Litigation Unit. Mr. Hodes served at the Department of Justice’s Office of Information and Privacy from 1991 until 1998. His website is InfoPrivacylaw.com , and he is a member of the DC and Maryland bars.

Subjects: FOIA Facts, Freedom of Information

Burney’s Legal Tech Reviews – Burney’s Gadgets for Legal Pros: A Tablet PC for Lawyers in Motion

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Brett Burney is the Legal Technology Support Coordinator at Thompson Hine in Cleveland, Ohio. He regularly reviews products for Law.com’s Automated Lawyer and Law Office Computing Magazine. Feel free to e-mail Brett with your legal technology questions .

Subjects: Burney's Legal Tech Reviews, Gadgets
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