This post picks up where our last one left off, in a page-by-page review of Sullivan & Cromwell’s Complaint (PDF) in S&C v. Charney. Our earlier thoughts are available here. Now we’re up to the juiciest part: Paragraph 19. This paragraph concerns a certain confidential, internal firm document, which was leaked to the Wall Street […]
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Well before Charney v. Sullivan & Cromwell was ever filed, the venerable law firm was dealing with some serious issues. As aptly summarized by New York Magazine’s Intelligencer, “Sullivan & Cromwell lost about 30 percent of its associates in 2004 and 2005. It might take more than a raise to fix that.” From a fascinating […]
Most of our devices these days are “integrated” with one another—or at least they “sync” for access to the same information at home, office and mobile locations. But legal information should never be as freeflowing as a simple calendar reminder to walk the dog. What is integration in the real world of confidential, detailed, legalese-packed law firm technology?