San Francisco-based Am Law 100 firm Morrison & Foerster strengthened its reputation for tech-savviness Tuesday, when it won the Innovative Law Firm of the Year award from the International Legal Tech
Apersee LLC today unveiled its rebuilt e-discovery vendor directory and revealed its strategy for additional products
In contrast to the frenzy over smartphones and tablets in 2011, smaller advances in infrastructure and application upgrades and bug fixes set the stage for the 2012 Associate Tech Survey by The Ameri
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
The ITC remains a hot patent forum, especially for IP-only law firms. But patent experts say the agency is in flux -- its newfound popularity could become a liability
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
Big firms have long relied on the BlackBerry e-mail and data encryption features. But as the smartphone and tablet markets have exploded, lawyers have more mobile tech options than ever before. And w
...Minn., firm Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi. Sure enough, a quick Google search linked...
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