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I Spy with my Little Eye: Is the Construct of Privacy Disappearing in the Wake of the Technology Age?

By: Treja Jones Despite the fact that privacy is not a constitutionally guaranteed right, people can reasonably expect that when they are alone, they are not being watched, recorded, or studied . . . or at least, that was true … Continue reading

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Knowing Your Customer Just Got a Little Easier: DEA Enables Access to ARCOS Data

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) recently announced an enhancement to the Automation of Reports and Consolidated Orders System (ARCOS) to allow DEA-registered drug manufacturers and distributors to access anonymized information concerning their customers’ orders of certain controlled substances. Read more … Continue reading

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Exclusive Survey Report: Small Firms See Many Challenges, But Do Little To Address Them

Solo and small law firms face many challenges — from getting paid to managing time to keeping up with technology — but they do little to address them, according to the 2019 State of U.S. Small Law Firms survey report … Continue reading

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#ParrotSunday – Laugh A Little Today

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Problem Owners? Try this One Little Trick!

OK, so no, despite the clickbait title, there is no one little trick to deal with problem owners. Maybe it's the political climate or the phases of the moon, but it sure seems like the "problem owner" issue is out … Continue reading

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