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Stealing an MLB Play for Home Run Patents + Battle Lines Emerging on Arthrex Remedy + Irell’s $200M Verdict Against
Author /Law.com: Uber has worked with an AI company to come up with a mechanism for ranking patent claims based on their breadth.          
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hiQ v. LinkedIn: Why It Matters For Legal Analytics
Author JOSH BLANDI – UniCourt/Above the Law: The efforts of large court technology providers to circumvent and prevent access to public data could have a detrimental impact on innovation in legal analytics.
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5 Considerations to Make When Shopping for AI Legal Technology
Author /Law.com: Knowing what software is best for a lawyer’s workflow is daunting and organization-specific. But here are some of the steps every organization should take before they make their next AI purchase.          
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Using AI to Understand What Causes Diseases
Author Sema Sgaier/HBR.org: Medicine needs to broaden its application of algorithms.
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That was the Month that Was: October 2019 
Author Roger Smith/Law, Technology and Access to Justice: 1 October  A report on operation of EU initiative on ODR and ADR on cross-border consumer cases featured in EUreporter. ‘The Online Dispute Resolution platform has attracted more than 8.5 million visitors and 120,000 consumer
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Judge Punts on Ruling Whether Jones Day Has to Hand Over Compensation Data in Bias Case
Author /Law.com: U.S. District Judge Randolph Moss raised concerns about whether the discovery will be too extensive or could reveal confidential information about Jones Day’s clients.          
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The LegalBoard, the Keyboard Made for Lawyers, Goes Wireless
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: “Never in my 14 years of blogging and more than two decades of covering legal technology have I seen the legal world react to a new product as it did this week to the LegalBoard, a keyboard
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Does Your AI Have Users’ Best Interests at Heart?
Author Mike Walsh/HBR.org: The law doesn’t always provide clear ethical boundaries.
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Forum Magazine: State of Legal Innovation in the Asia Pacific Region — Trends from a New Study by Singapore Academy
Author David Curle/Legal Executive Institute: As Singapore was trying to groom new legal technology start-ups, the idea formed to analyze the state of legal tech across the entire Asia Pacific region. The post Forum Magazine: State of Legal Innovation in
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Leading commercial law specialists Capital Law invest with Linetime
Author /Legal Technology News – Legal IT Professionals | Everything legal technology: With 150 staff based in their Welsh HQ, Capital Law operate internationally as specialist providers of commercial legal services, with expertise ranging from banking to construction, energy, real
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Thirsk Winton LLP Takes to the iManage Cloud with Ascertus Limited
Author /Legal Technology News – Legal IT Professionals | Everything legal technology: Thirsk Winton LLP, a modern, North-East London law firm offering business and private client services, has upgraded and migrated its privately hosted iManage Work email and document management
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Access to Justice, Human Rights and Technology: from Russia with Love
Author Roger Smith/Law, Technology and Access to Justice: A conference in St Petersburg entitled ‘New Technology and the Law – a Human Rights perspective’ earlier this week provided an opportunity for a summary of the current state of the use of
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