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Farrah Pepper, Innovation Counsel for Marsh & McLennan, Wins Monica Bay STEM Leadership Award
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: Farrah Pepper, chief legal innovation counsel for Marsh & McLennan Companies, has been named the winner of the fourth annual Monica Bay STEM Leadership Award, given in honor of my friend and former colleague Monica Bay, the longtime editor-in-chief
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iTimeKeep Ranks as Top Mobile Time Entry Solution for 6th Consecutive Year
Author /Legal Technology News – Legal IT Professionals | Everything legal technology: Bellefield Systems, the providers of the fastest path to revenue through its time entry solutions, continues to defend its title as the #1 mobile time entry platform solution
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Up and running: Adidas Global Legal Solutions
Author Caroline Hill/Legal IT Insider: One of the highlights of October was attending Eversheds Sutherland’s inhouse legal 4.0 event, where the UK top 20 firm brought together a number of senior in-house counsel to discuss their technology challenges and achievements.
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What’s New with Electric Vehicles: Tesla Captures Headlines While VW Quietly Plans to Change the Electric Vehicle Grid
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology Much hullabaloo has resulted from Elon Musk’s tweet in August 2018, announcing falsely that he had secured funding to take Tesla private at $420 a share. The Securities and Exchange Commission’s
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Virtual Currency Markets: More Regulation Forthcoming?
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology Last month, New York took yet another step toward regulating nascent virtual currency exchanges, which are largely used as a platform to trade virtual cryptocurrencies in a way that is similar
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Increased Competition Between Video Streaming Services Like Netflix And Hulu Means More Consumers Are Turning to Illegal Means for Movies
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology Someone has probably told you “you can watch it on Netflix.” Nowadays, Netflix is practically synonymous with video streaming service. Although Netflix’s impressive 130 million subscribers still stands head and shoulders
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Facebook Provides a Platform for Human Trafficking: Is It Time to Start Holding the Social Media Giant Accountable?
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology A human trafficking survivor has sued Facebook, Backpage.com and others in Texas state court, accusing the social media giant and the now-defunct classified ads website of providing an unrestricted platform for
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California vs. Jeff Sessions: The Battle for Net Neutrality
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology In 2015, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)  enacted a rule that prevented internet service providers (ISPs) “from using their market power to favor some websites and services over others.” Known as
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Podcast Episode 16 – New AALL Executive Director Vani Ungapen
Author Greg Lambert/3 Geeks and a Law Blog: On this episode of The Geek In Review, we talk with the new Executive Director of the American Association of Law Libraries, Vani Ungapen. Vani discusses her initiation into AALL and having
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Is ‘E-Discovery Day’ Really A Thing?
Author Mike Quartararo/Above the Law: A celebration across the country of the hard-working people who frequently toil behind the scenes to help make the legal process work.
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Artificial Intelligence Update: Harvard now offering free access to 6.5 million US law cases!
Author Peter S. Vogel/ Internet, IT & e-Discovery Blog Harvard announced that “The Library Innovation Lab at the Harvard Law School Library has completed its Caselaw Access Project, an endeavour to digitize every reported state and federal US legal case
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HM Courts and Tribunals: today’s public user event
Author Roger Smith/Law, Technology and Access to Justice: What happened when the grumpy old commentator made his way to the Ministry of justice to meet the altogether more youthful and enthusiastic staff of Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunals Service at
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