My Latest for Lawyerist: Uber’s Secret, Encrypted, Far-Reaching Investigation Into Opposing Counsel It’s a real-life take on the classic story of David and Goliath. Except, in this case, Goliath has ex-CIA personnel scrutinizing the reputation of both the plaintiff and his lawyer. Enjoy!
A OneDrive user guide I did for Lawyerist: OneDrive for Lawyers User Guide
I had the pleasure of writing a piece about the Justice Index for Lawyerist. Can the Internet Help Bridge the Justice Gap? The Justice Index is an amazing project of the National Center for Access to Justice at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law which chronicles the impact of emerging technologies and access to justice. Each … More Can the Internet Help Bridge the Justice Gap?
At the Center for Responsive Politics, we officially launched our newly redesigned Dark Money section, tracking the activities of politically active nonprofits that don’t disclose their wealthy corporate and individual donors to the voters they seek to influence. This is the first phase of our Knight News Challenge project, Inside the 990 Treasure Trove, aimed at … More Bringing dark money out of the shadows
Libby Watson’s new blog post for the Sunlight Foundation follows her account of attempting to discover who’s behind dark money ads as a part of a fascinating larger investigation into Protect America’s Consumers, and also includes a blurb about my own attempt to find more about ads being run by a super PAC on Fox Business Network … More What happens when you try to discover who’s behind dark money ads
My recent piece for Lawyerist: Why Are Lawyers and Judges Still Tweeting About Trial?
My recent article for Lawyerist: Internet Tools for Researching Opposing Counsel, Judges, and Juries This is the Second Part of a two-part series on Researching Judges, Juries, and Lawyers. Check out Part 1: The Dos and Don’ts of Researching Judges and Juries Online
My recent article for Lawyerist: The Dos and Don’ts of Researching Judges and Juries Online This is the Second Part of a two-part series on Researching Judges, Juries, and Lawyers. Check out Part 2: Internet Tools for Researching Opposing Counsel, Judges, and Juries
My recent article for Lawyerist: Deleting Your Website Can Come Back to Bite You in the Assets