LegalTech West Coast kicks off Tuesday with Keynote from D. Casey Flahert
Stanford University is a legendary breeding ground? for startups Silicon Valley giants Google, Yahoo, and Cisco all came out of the Palo Alto, Calif., institution's computer science and engine
In an appeal that could make law on jurisdiction in international IP cases, Ninth Circuit Judge M. Margaret McKeown wondered if the trial judge went too far, effectively shutting down Hong Kong's Oro
Originally Published: The Recorder
...messages. In 2012, Lexis added citation format verification for the Bluebook and California and New York style manuals and added the ability to generate tables...
Mother's Day is a great opportunity to treat your favorite mom to a new tech experience
...34; He also referred Duffy and Gibbs to the Central District of California's Standing Committee on Discipline. Finally, Wright, whose chambers are...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Nothing draws a crowd of lawyers together like technology and the chance to listen to federal judges discuss changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, especially when they're all provocative s
There are two kinds of attorneys on airplanes: those who view their time in the sky as a respite from communications and those who have memorized the entire list of approved electronic devices. For b
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
...after LTNY wrapped up, I headed back to my former turf in California for a day in Silicon Valley and another in San Francisco to...
...focuses on payment technology for the legal industry, and is based in California. ...
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