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2020 KM + Innovation Survey Results — Prism Legal
Author ronfriedmann/Stories by ronfriedmann on Medium: 2020 KM + Innovation Survey Results — Prism Legal This post, the 2020 KM + Innovation Survey Results, reports on the survey to support the 2020 Strategic Knowledge + Innovation Legal Leaders’ Summit, which took place in
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Financial Fraud Detection Firm Featurespace Names First Chief Legal Officer
Author /Corporate Counsel: Don Riddick, a former IBM contract negotiator, takes over as chief legal officer for Featurespace, which uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to identify potential financial crimes, including fraud and money laundering.        
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The Children’s Law Centre and its chatbot, the REE Rights Responder
Author Roger Smith/Law, Technology and Access to Justice: The Children’s Law Centre was established in 1997, as a legal advice centre for children and young people founded on  the principles of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child
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AbacusLaw Now Integrates with HotDocs for Document Assembly
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: Lawyers who have the AbacusLaw practice management software can now use their client, calendar and matter information to automatically create documents in the latest version of the HotDocs Advance document-generation software. AbacusNext, the company that owns both
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Clocktimizer platform now available through Reynen Court solution store
Author /Legal Technology News – Legal IT Professionals | Everything legal technology: Clocktimizer, a market leader in pricing, budgeting, and business intelligence tools for law firms, announces that it has partnered with Reynen Court to make its platform available through
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Judge Denies Sanctions Against Tesla in ‘Messy’ Discovery Spat
Author /Law.com: U.S. District Judge William Orrick of the Northern District of California said he’ll deal with the discovery dispute, which plaintiffs counsel alleges has dragged on for nearly a year, at a pretrial conference.          
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E-Discovery Education Is In Jeopardy! But Not At This Law School
Author Mike Quartararo/Above the Law: Law schools need to offer more than passing reference to e-discovery in civ pro classes.
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LawNext Episode 63: Legal Analytics Super Session from #Legalweek20
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: The growing use of legal analytics is rapidly transforming the practice of law. Within law firms, analytics drive litigation strategy, business development efforts, and hiring decisions. Within corporate legal departments, analytics drive outside counsel hiring and internal
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Relativity Appoints Beth Clutterbuck as Chief Human Resources Officer
Author /Legal Technology News – Legal IT Professionals | Everything legal technology: Relativity, an industry leader in legaltech, today announced that Beth Clutterbuck has joined the company as its new Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO).
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Global Legal Hackathon 2020
Author Krzysztof Wojdyło/newtech.law: The Polish edition of the Global Legal Hackathon will be held this year on 6–8 March in Warsaw. Once again our blog will serve as a media patron for the global efforts of legal tech aficionados. Wardyński
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Where Are They Now? Tracking Down the Startups from the First ABA Techshow Pitch Contest in 2017
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: In just over a week, on the opening night of ABA Techshow in Chicago, 15 legal technology startups will take the stage in a pitch competition, where each will make its case for why the audience of Techshow
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