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Big Privacy Surprise! iOS and Android Apps are tracking us!
Author Peter S. Vogel/ Internet, IT & e-Discovery Blog The New York Times reported that “Frequently, location data companies make packages of code that collect phones’ whereabouts. Developers who add this code to their apps can get paid for location-targeted
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Emerging Legal Departments Roundtable: Legal Tech 101
Author Deb Tesser/Above the Law: Smaller legal departments need to scale. When peers share their practical, real-world solutions, it can make all the difference.
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Discover the Power of AI-Fueled Legal Research [Sponsored]
Author Thomson Reuters/Above the Law: The latest advancement in legal research, Westlaw Edge provides legal professionals with sophisticated new research tools that help deliver results to clients faster, more accurately, and with greater confidence.
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Legal tech win: CMS Francis Lefebvre Avocats signs with Intapp lifecycle platform
Author Caroline Hill/Legal IT Insider: Leading French law firm CMS Francis Lefebvre Avocats (CMS FL) is set to implement the Intapp Professional Services Platform, which spans the entire client life cycle, covering all areas from new business development, unified business acceptance
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Tikit announces two new P4W wins
Author /Legal Technology News – Legal IT Professionals | Everything legal technology: Tikit, a global provider of technology solutions to legal firms, today announced that Glanvilles Damant and Thackray Williams are the latest firm to adopt their practice and case
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DocsCorp builds momentum with 65% of the top 20 firms on the European 100 report using its software
Author /Legal Technology News – Legal IT Professionals | Everything legal technology: DocsCorp, a leading provider of enterprise productivity solutions, today announced that it has 65% of the top 20 law firms on the European 100 report as clients. The
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Online Dispute Resolution in the Justice System: ten points on not ‘paving the cow path’
Author Roger Smith/Law, Technology and Access to Justice: Shannon Salter is the chair of British Columbia’s Cvil Resolution Tribunal (CRT). As interest in the tribunal grows, she clearly spends more and more of  her time on the road satisfying growing
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LawNext Episode 22: Elevate’s Acquisition of LexPredict, with Pratik Patel and Dan Katz
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: In major legal industry news, global law company Elevate announced its acquisition of the legal AI technology and consulting firm LexPredict. The move combines the comprehensive legal services offering of Elevate with the data science team and AI engine of
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Technology and Leadership: the Civil Justice Council forum on access to justice
Author Roger Smith/Law, Technology and Access to Justice: The Methodist Central Hall in London was, in some ways, rather an appropriate venue for the Civil Justice Council (CJC) to hold its 7th national forum on access to justice on Friday.
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Planning Your Next Legal IT Strategy Discussion: A Service Delivery Framework (Part I)
Author Caroline Hill/Legal IT Insider: The pressure on legal service providers to transform comes from many directions and lawyers are grasping for newly proclaimed AI solutions to disrupt their practice. But before responding to requests for shiny new technologies –
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Privacy Alert! Walmart’s new Robotic Janitors will clean floors AND COLLECT DATA!
Author Peter S. Vogel/ Internet, IT & e-Discovery Blog The Washington Post reported that Walmart “The robots look fairly one-dimensional in nature, but their onboard sensors allow them to collect useful analytical data, the company said. The data may prove
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Favourite blog of the week
Author Caroline Hill/Legal IT Insider: Industry commentator Ron Friedmann collaborated on a white paper with LOD (Lawyers on Demand) to look at law firm FOMO and whether they should (we’d add ‘blindly’) adopt more legal technology. “Beyond defining the problem
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