Phase I of the EDI-Oracle study shows that humans are still essential in e-discovery, older lawyers still have e-discovery chops, and don't turn EDD over to robots
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Big Law must adopt corporate business structures and priorities to thrive in the New Normal
Daniel Martin Katz, assistant professor at Michigan State's School of Law, announced at an event hosted by Fordham University Law School that he is developing "a group of assassins" who are g
For this February edition of "12on12," Monica Bay, editor-in-chief of Law Technology News, asked attendees what was their favorite moment at LegalTech New York. Bay was flooded with responses
The problem with LegalTech New York is that you can't be five places at once. Or six. Or 20. It's just so hard to choose among so many compelling choices keynotes, seminars, plenary sessions,
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There are plenty of compelling sessions to attend at LegalTech New York from January 29 to 31 at the Hilton New York. Several sessions are appealing not only for the talk, but also for who's talking
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