...Informatics (aka CodeX), and T.J. Johnson, program manager, conferences, at the International Legal Technology Association. A joint project of the law school and computer...
...automatic right to discovery in international law. To the extent potential...may be irrelevant to many operations, the physical location of a...
Originally Published: The Recorder
Michael Arkfeld is on a quest to identify the next generation of e-discovery leaders; Heather Schultz finds apps that help guests share joyful wedding pictures, and we bid adieu to a legal technology
...was filed, naming Hummer as a defendant. After Napster ceased operations, the Katz lawsuit was voluntarily dismissed in July 2001. Finally, in April...
Originally Published: Daily Business Review
This weekend marked the start of "first-to-file" patents, and it will be interesting to see how the new laws change the patent dynamics over the next months and years. Here are a few observat
...ve forged strong relationships with law enforcement partners, private sector experts, and international allies. "And we've begun to raise awareness about...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
Another look at LegalTech New York's unforgettable moments, including my most memorable moment when the Kroll Ontrack hospitality suite caught on fire because the catering crew accidentally dropped a
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
In Tech Circuit, LegalTech New York (Part I), we lamented about how difficult it was to pick among the many options at the legal technology show, be it seminars, keynotes, parties, plenary sessions,
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