Archive for September 2011

TERIS Hires Adam Wells as VP of eDiscovery Services for its San Diego office

TERIS San Diego announced today that it has hired Adam Wells as Vice President of eDiscovery Services for Southern California. In assuming this new position for the company, Wells provides clients with strategic direction and best practice guidance across the EDRM at critical points. Along with a dedicated team of account reps, Wells is responsible…

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A Preview of ILTA 2011

The ILTA, or International Legal Technology Association, 2011 conference opened yesterday, and it is certainly shaping up to be a good one. This year’s theme is Rev-Elation, and the conference is geared towards helping build a momentum and mindset shift that will help usher in innovation as well as to create a positive outlook and…

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Congratulations TERIS Bay Area Tough Mudders!

Congratulations to the TERIS Bay Area Tough Mudder crew for their amazing accomplishment this past weekend. For the past 6 months the team put in a tremendous amount training and hard work to condition for this event. When this idea was first proposed, most of group had never run more than a couple miles in…

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Is the BART Internet ban legal?

On July 3, 2011, police involved with San Francisco’s Bay Area Rapid Transit, or BART, shot and killed a homeless man. The police had been called in to respond to reports of a man drinking alcohol and wobbling on the platform and arrived to find 45 year old Charles Hill, who was also armed with…

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Legal Options for NBA Players in the Current Owner Standoff

With the NFL kicking off and the NBA season scheduled to begin in October, attention will begin to shift to the basketball league as opening tip-off inches closer. The NBA filed suit against the player’s association, which essentially gives them two choices. They can disband, a move that would cost everyone the majority if not…

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Internet Sweepstakes Cafes Pose An Interesting Legal Debate

Throughout the state of Florida, a very unique legal battle has begun- one that could have major implications on gambling laws, Internet laws, and more. The cause of this battle? Internet cafes. But these aren’t your average “grab a cup of coffee and enjoy reading the news over complimentary Wi-Fi Internet cafes”. Instead, the war…

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