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Judicial Analytics Platform Launches for California with $2M in Seed Funding
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: In a December column at Above the Law, I wrote about the growing market of legal technology tools devoted to litigation analytics, describing it as tech that can turn the tables in litigation. Now today comes a
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New Judicial Analytics Platform Launches With $2M Funding
Author Robert Ambrogi/Above the Law: In a column here last December, I wrote about the growing market of legal technology tools devoted to litigation analytics, describing it as tech that can turn the tables in litigation. Making its formal launch
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Staying awake for AI
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Clifford Chance retires SharePoint in favour of iManage
Author /Legal Technology News – Legal IT Professionals | Everything legal technology: After extensive 18-month evaluation, firm chooses iManage for its modern IT architecture, comprehensive security and superior user experience Leading international law firm Clifford Chance has selected iManage Work
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The March 2019 Legal IT Insider Newsletter – issue #321 – is out now
Author Charles Christian/Legal IT Insider: With more legal tech breaking news and insights than you can shake a stick at, welcome to the March edition of the Orange Rag! And our top story is after the first exhaustive side-by-side evaluation
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Towards An AI Policy And AI Incident Response Plan For Businesses (Part III)
Author HUU NGUYEN/Above the Law: The final article in a three-part series on the motivation for AI policy and incidence plans for businesses.
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Comment: What is a legal technology practice stack and why does that matter?
Author Tate Chennis Colbran/Legal IT Insider: Almost all the work that I do in evaluating, buying and implementing legal technology for use by lawyers is directed at strengthening the practice stack.  I distinguish the practice stack from enterprise technology or
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$100M+ guilty plea for Spearphishing (BEC – Business Email Compromise)!
Author Peter S. Vogel/ Internet, IT & e-Discovery Blog The Department of Justice reported that “a Lithuanian citizen, pled guilty today to wire fraud arising out of his orchestration of a fraudulent business email compromise scheme that induced two U.S.-based
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Microsoft’s Chief Legal Officer Calls for Content Moderation, Collaboration in Tech After New Zealand Mass Shooting
Author /Corporate Counsel: Microsoft chief legal officer Brad Smith said “words alone are not enough” for the tech industry to prevent violent content from spreading online. Smith offered suggestions for the industry, including new AI tools and collaboration.        
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Machine Learning-Enabled Judgment: Baker McKenzie on the Law Firm of the Future
Author Danielle Benecke/Legal Executive Institute: Machine learning and AI are already impacting the practice of law. But beyond all the market hype and disruption, Baker McKenzie is looking at the fundamental questions around what technologies like machine learning are doing
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ILTA/LTC4 Sydney Meeting
Author Event Form/Legal IT Insider: We’re delighted to announce that ILTA is teaming up with LTC4 in Sydney with an event specifically focusing on legal technology, user adoption & training. We’ve put together an agenda that is the typical ILTA
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YouTube’s Copy Strike Policy and Abuse of IP Rights
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology When designing intellectual property laws, the struggle inherent in legislating is designing a law that will ensure that creators and inventors have adequate incentives to continue revealing new knowledge to the
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