The use of the veto and how Congress deals with it is the focus of Paul Jenks’ article this month.
E-Discovery Update: Deconstructing The “Not Reasonably Accessible” Standard For Production Of Electronically Stored Information
Conrad J. Jacoby clearly documents how the 2006 amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure impact litigants regarding the proper scope of electronic discovery.
Beth Wellington discusses the challenges inherent in overhauling tax legislation.
Heather A. Phillips reviews former Nixon White House Counsel John Dean’s new book that includes personal insights and commentary on all three branches of government.
Australian Trade Marks attorney Nicholas Weston provides an overview of the Madrid System, administered by the International Bureau of the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO).
Ken Strutin’s article surveys selected web-based resources and publications that shed light on the psychology and interrogation practices behind false confessions, as well as highlighting notable educational and bibliographic materials.
Burney’s Legal Tech Reviews – Gadgets for Legal Pros: zBoost Cell Phone Signal Extender and an Ultra Small Portable Memory Device
This month Brett Burney provides a solution for all those cell phone users who have no signal when at home, leaving them no option but to stand in the driveway or backyard. He also recommends a teeny-tiny micro Secure digital card.
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