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Godfrey Johnson Challenges CARES Act Rule That Would Cause ‘Economic Disaster’
Author /Law.com: In an emergency TRO, the Colorado firm insists the Small Business Administration should not exclude independent contractors as “payroll costs” in applying for loans under the CARES Act, which provides loans and other economic relief to families and
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Unique Deal Gives Kentucky Lawyers Access to Two Research Services Plus AI Tool
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: In what appears to be a first-of-its kind member benefit, the Kentucky Bar Association has entered into an affiliation with two legal research companies, Casemaker and vLex, to offer its members free access to both platforms, plus
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Thomson Reuters Elite Announces Updates to 3E Data Insights
Author /Legal Technology News – Legal IT Professionals | Everything legal technology: Thomson Reuters Elite, part of the Legal Professionals division of Thomson Reuters, today announced a new release of 3E Data Insights which delivers more out-of-the- box reporting options
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Leading Nordic law firm Roschier has implemented TIQ Time
Author /Legal Technology News – Legal IT Professionals | Everything legal technology: TIQ announced that Roschier is now working firm-wide with TIQ Time to improve its time registration. Approximately 500 staff members, of which more than 300 lawyers and practitioners,
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First in Series of Global Legal Tech Reports Finds Good and Bad in Australia
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: The first in a new series of planned reports on legal tech globally looks at the market in Australia, where it finds good and bad — a vibrant and kaleidoscopic industry, but one where women are under-represented
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Legaltech Week, 4.3.20: Layoffs in Legaltech, Perspective from Richard Tromans, and More
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: Top stories this week include the first coronavirus casualties in legaltech as e-discovery company DISCO lays off staff. Also in the news: a new legal analytics product from LexisNexis, a virtual legal conference to benefit charity, and
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Monitoring, Biometrics and Robotics: AI in the ‘Day-After’ COVID-19
Author Eran Kahana/CodeX – Stanford Law School: My last post, AI and COVID-19: Securing the Intensified Reliance on AI Prime Operational Qualities discussed the “safe” and “efficient” operational features as the “prime operational” aspects desirable in an environment where there is
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How Hospitals Are Using AI to Battle Covid-19
Author Kelley A. Wittbold/HBR.org: Overwhelmed and under-equipped, some health centers are innovating in the midst of the global pandemic.
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Covid 19: We Are Not Alone
Author Roger Smith/Law, Technology and Access to Justice: We are all dealing with the unprecedented shock of Covid 19. We are doing that, in most jurisdictions, while being physically isolated. This is not a good time and it will not
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The Role of Technology in the Landscape of Crisis
Author /Legal Technology News – Legal IT Professionals | Everything legal technology: A monumental change has been experienced across all businesses. A quick chat is disrupted with the odd silence. The picture of the colleague who sits next to you
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Introducing A New ‘Mini’ Legal Technology News Podcast
Author Robert Ambrogi/Above the Law: Legaltech Week is a weekly round-up and review of news in legal technology and innovation.
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Introducing My New ‘Mini’ Legal Technology News Podcast
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: On the off chance you do not already have enough podcasts to follow, I am launching another — but I promise we will keep each episode short. Legaltech Week is a weekly round-up and review of news
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