Sidley Austin had a legacy network connecting its 17 offices in the U.S., Asia and Europe, resulting in slow data transfers and limiting the firm's ability to centralize IT resources. To create better connectivity between offices, the firm upgraded its network with Riverbed appliances.
A unanimous Pennsylvania Supreme Court has rejected a constitutional challenge to the mandate that judges retire in the year they turn 70.
SCO Group's claims that it deserves damages from IBM and royalties from Linux users has infuriated open-source proponents.
As news about U.S. government surveillance programs continues to unfold, the International Association of Privacy Professionals and University of Maine School of Law hosted a two-week privacy boot camp.
Deputy Attorney General James Cole told a House commmittee Tuesday that domestic surveillance programs are legal and have robust oversight.
Litigation filed by 15 states accusing Standard & Poor's Financial Services LLC of misleading consumers by issuing inflated ratings on structured-finance securities prior to the 2008 recession will soon get underway in New York.
A New York federal judge has ordered Arab Bank to pay $1.3 million for "failure to comply with its discovery obligations" in a lawsuit where victims of terrorist attacks in Israel and their families are seeking to hold the bank liable for its purported facilitation of the attacks.Visit International News
Senior Judge Harry Edwards of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit was on a panel Tuesday that unanimously rejected a Guantánamo Bay detainee's petition for release from custody. But that doesn't mean the judge liked it.
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