* BP shareholder sues executives over oil spill. Judging from this New York Times piece, Halliburton and Cameron International can expect some lawsuits in the near future too. [Associated Press] * Facebook is facing a series of privacy complaints at the FTC, so it has lawyered up. Facebook is now friends with ex-FTC boss Tim […]
* We are not the only ones talking about the problems women have with each other at the office. The New York Times says women bully women. [New York Times] * Ex-Judge of the Day Hall of Famer Samuel Kent, the first federal judge to be charged with a sex crime, will be sentenced today. […]
What is the long train of e-discovery? It is powered by the relentless engines of technological advancement, surging societal and economic complexity, and the concepts of civil justice due process.
The e-discovery space seems surreal. It is a huge business for everyone but the consumers of legal services—namely, companies. For them it is just a massive, costly pain.
Marc Dann has had a rough tenure as Ohio’s attorney general. When the media start crafting timelines of your troubles, the end may well be nigh. One of Dann’s biggest problems seems to be judgment calls. Such as when choosing staff members. The Cleveland Plain Dealer has a write-up on this stellar Dann staffer: One […]