Catherine Ho covers law and lobbying for Capital Business, which she joined in June 2011. She was previously a reporter at the Daily Journal in Los Angeles, covering LA civil courts and labor and employment law. Before that, she reported for the business and metro desks at the LA Times. She has interned at newspapers in Detroit, Wichita, Kan., and San Mateo, Calif. She’s a San Jose native and UC Berkeley graduate.
The episode has created a case study for crisis communications experts to ponder, as contractors feel out their role in the often-secret world of cybersecurity and data collection.
“E-discovery vendors” are part of a growing industry built around the management of electronic data.
The White House’s measures would make it harder for ‘trolls’ to take companies to court.
The drop is prompting some law schools to slash the size of their entering classes.