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Equifax and the House of Cards

By: Jennifer de la Chevotiere In our last tech article, we talked about how advancements in tech are markedly outpacing law and that this is leading to many businesses adopting new tech and applying it with a feeling of impunity. And unfortunately, this hubris is leading many companies to make decisions that benefit financial gain […]

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Posted by ExpertDepos  October 12, 2017  4:26 pm

Caroline Song Joins Editorial Board of LA Lawyer Magazine

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: CAROLINE SONG LLOYD (562) 386-1654 CAROLINE@EXPERTDEPOS.COM HTTPS://WWW.EXPERTDEPOS.COM Caroline Song Joins Editorial Board of LA Lawyer Magazine LOS ANGELES – Caroline Song, General Counsel/Partner at Expert Depos, has been appointed to the editorial board of Los Angeles Lawyer magazine, a publication of the Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA). “I […]

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Posted by ExpertDepos  September 22, 2017  8:25 pm

Tech’s Privacy Legal Landslide, and How to Avoid it

Typically, tech evolves at speeds far greater than the law ever could. And for this reason, it’s easy for businesses to adopt new tech and use it how they want with a feeling of impunity. But, businesses are still responsible for protecting the sensitive information they collect from their customers. So, as helpful as developments […]

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Posted by ExpertDepos  September 6, 2017  10:58 pm

Expert Depos is back from the NRCA Convention & Expo!

The Expert Depos seminar given by Caroline Song at the NCRA Conference & Expo was a bona fide hit! Ms. Song gave a seminar about how Expert Depos has created a marketplace to connect attorneys to court reporters for the sale of deposition transcripts.

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Posted by ExpertDepos  August 17, 2017  9:05 pm

What You Need to Know Before Billing Clients for Software

Earlier this summer, we found an interesting article on findlaw.com, asking the question: Can You Bill Your Clients for Software? As their article suggests, there is no legal barrier to doing so. “Under the ABA model rule 1.5, which governs fees, there is no prohibition against charging clients the costs for software you obtain, or use, for their matters.”

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Posted by ExpertDepos  August 1, 2017  10:13 pm
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