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Block Your Valuable Brand from .XXX

XXX Sunrise Period for Non-Adult Industry Trademark Owners to Begin the 7th of September The launch of the new top level domain .XXX is drawing near at which time .XXX domain names will be available for registration with the ICM Registry through accredited registrars. The introduction of .XXX is pertinent not only to the individuals, businesses …

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IQPC’s 11th eDiscovery Summit – April 27-29, 2011 San Francisco, CA – Save Big if Registered Before April 1st!

The National Law Review is a proud media partner for IQPC’s 11th eDiscovery Summit – April 27-29, 2011 San Francisco, CA IQPC’s 11th eDiscovery Summit features hands on sessions and practical instruction to bring back to your eDiscovery teams. You will engage with IT and legal focus groups to candidly discuss anticipated push back issues, …

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New Guidelines for Preservation of Electronically Stored Information “ESI” Released; Federal Court Rules that Metadata Subject to FOIA

Recently posted at the National Law Review by Bracewell & Giuliani – some news about Delaware’s Chancery court’s recent publication of  Guidelines for Preservation of Electronically Stored Information and  Judge Shira A. Scheindlin’s  ruling  that metadata is “an integral or intrinsic part of an electronic record, and, consequently, part of the public record that must be produced by the …

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Yes, It’s Data Privacy Day

Here’s some news – it’s Privacy Day !  The National Law Review was alerted to this news by Emily Holbrook of the Risk Management Monitor – read on:  It may surprise you, as it did me, to learn that today is Data Privacy Day, an “international celebration of the dignity of the individual expressed through personal …

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Want your website to get noticed? Break the rules!

From Moiré Marketing Partners, the National Law Review’s Business of Law Guest Bloggers this week, Sean Leenaerts provides some interesting insights on different things to consider for legal websites: Every time I hear someone in marketing or advertising talk about “best practices” for website design, I roll my eyes. Now granted, many of the do’s and …

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