- Federal Transit AdministrationAttorney, 2008 - present
- Contract Disputes Resolution CenterTrial Attorney, 2005 - 2008
- University of MichiganChemistry and Political Science, 1978 - 1982
- University of Detroit School of LawLaw, 1982 - 1985
Meet ROSS, 'the world's first artificially intelligent attorney'
A legal research database utilizing IBM’s Watson computer has won backing from a Silicon Valley company that helps fund and nurture startups
Transgender defendant stole nearly $250K in SSI benefits as a man while ...
A 70-year-old transgender woman stole nearly $250,000 in federal disability benefits by applying for them as a man while working simultaneou
Time's up for putting off IPv6 decisions | Computerworld
With the Internet of Things, we're going to be needing a lot more IP addresses. That's exactly what IPv6 has in mind.
Akamai: Most Internet attacks in Q4 originated in China | Computerworld
The number of DDoS attacks in 2014 remained nearly the same compared to 2013.
Using the Internet Wayback Machine to Find Old Web Pages
How many websites are there on the Internet? In September 2014, the number of websites probably hit the 1 billion mark. We say
Are you smarter than a robot? Lawyers, surgeons make list of jobs being ...
In past years, blue-collar jobs were most threatened by automation. But white-collar jobs–including lawyer jobs–are also on the line, Forbe
With $15 in Radio Shack parts, 14-year-old hacks a car | Computerworld
The boy assembled the parts in one night without help
What it means: The FCC's net neutrality vote | Computerworld
In addition to expected legal challenges, experts say a profusion of private networks will emerge
Lawyers: How Can You Tell If a Photo Has Been Photoshopped?
It's been 25 years since a University of Michigan Ph.D. student named Thomas Knoll and his brother John, then a visual effects supervisor at
Judge OKs $178M in Detroit bankruptcy professional fees; Jones Day gets ...
A federal bankruptcy judge on Thursday approved $178 million in professional fees for Detroit's record-breaking Chapter 9 case, including $5
$1.37B case is abruptly dropped after lawyers' Google search spots alleg...
A Texas oil company abruptly dropped a $1.37 billion suit against a Russian competitor on Monday after the defense pointed out an incongruit
Map merge: How USGS integrates geospatial systems -- GCN
While geographic information systems have become well established in the federal government, the current challenge for agencies is to integr
Secret DEA program tracks vehicle movement throughout the US
The Drug Enforcement Administration is operating a secret program to track vehicle movement throughout the United States through license pla