What the return to the office means for Virtual Legal Proceedings The return to the office brings many positives, direct colleague engagement and onsite support to name a few, however with a significant percentage of the workforce remaining remote new security practices and policies must be considered when participating in remote proceedings. The Return to […]
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With the shift to remote becoming a permanent change (or at least a new option) for many companies, remote workers now face greater security concerns. In part two of our Remote Law webinar hear from cybersecurity experts about: The importance of securing your physical work space Password best practices and why length is key Why
Have you ever wondered what happened once you click on a phishing link? Perhaps you’d just like to get security tips from security experts? The vTestify team has covered all of that while also reviewing legal compliance trends. Watch Keith Mattox, Founder of Clinical Security, Dave Newell, Founder of Loptr, and Ray Hadad as they
Are you willing to further advance your career by investing in yourself? The world’s largest law firm by headcount, with over 10,000 lawyers, has made the move to remote work; Joe Andrew, global chair at Dentons stated that the firm: “Invested in between 3,000 to 5,000 laptops and other full-access kits to bring everyone online”.
In some cases, counsel and the opposition are agreeable. In other’s, that may not be the case. In HsingChing Hsu v. Puma Biotechnology, California Central Court Case 8:15-cv-00865, we find the opposition having to ask Judge Andrew J. Guilford for a protective order. The Latham & Watkins defense team wanted to move forward with audio