Legal technology expert Ari Kaplan explains corporate attorneys' expanding responsibilities as corporate cybersecurity priorities shift.
Legal technology expert Ari Kaplan explains corporate attorneys' expanding responsibilities as corporate cybersecurity priorities shift.
President Trump is already being pressured to reverse President Obama’s Open Internet Order (also known as “net neutrality”) and take an aggressive stance against it.
Gibson Dunn's 2016 Year-End E-Discovery Update suggests a stable e-discovery climate, defined by uniformity in preservation and proportionality and increased vendor consolidation.
The USPTO has not confirmed The Hill's report, but Lee said last month that she was open to staying on.
Understanding these ins and outs of hybrid storage could help your law firm or legal department with its storage decisions.
What the trend towards using unauthorized accounts on secure and enterprise-approved cloud services means for legal's cybersecurity blind spot.
The translation and discovery technology company, used heavily in legal, is at the center of a dispute between former co-founders Liz Elting and Phil Shawe.
An analysis of the current federal cyber landscape may yield insights into how the next administration might prioritize their approach on this important front.
Erwin Chemerinsky, dean of the University of California, Irvine School of Law, will be the January 31 keynote speaker at the Legaltech portion of Legalweek the Experience.
Companies need to be mindful of November guidance from DHS and NIST.
Using machine learning, the online platform connects global corporate matters to boutique law firms.
A Legalweek plenary session aims to prepare law firms and corporate counsel to address an increase of regulatory compliance and legal needs in the months and years ahead.
It was revealed last week that Cloudflare is a plaintiff in a "secret court battle" over non-compliance with a federal government national security letter.
The Coinbase case could be "the first major tax case for the industry."
The EU's additional guidance around the data protection officer has generated significant buzz.
At Legalweek, Shook Hardy & Bacon’s Patrick Oot will moderate a session on the impact of the 2015 FRCP amendments from three perspectives.
As 3-D printing becomes more widespread, in-house counsel will be tasked with complex IP and liability challenges.
The firm says global clients are "increasingly turning to us for advice on data privacy, cybersecurity, digital transformation and outsourcing matters."
Just like a driver who doesn’t know exactly where he’s taking his riders, a lawyer who isn’t totally sure what a client wants is likely to end up with a disgruntled client.
A look at how a Republican majority may impact the focus of the FTC.
The four-month Evolve Law Tech Fellowship program will focus on educating in-house counsel around implementing document automation in their legal workflows.
The report suggests that artificial intelligence should be broadly designed in accordance with The Three Laws of Robotics.
Morrison & Foerster’s John Carlin chats with the U.S. Homeland Security Advisor about cybersecurity’s importance in the national dialogue.
Statements say VW in-house attorneys tipped off employees about an oncoming litigation hold related to the company's emissions scandal.
As we enter 2017, here's how changes in cybersecurity may affect your e-discovery plans moving forward.
Catalyst’s Insight Enterprise joins the movement to streamline e-discovery processes for corporate counsel.
The Massachusetts decision spells out new challenges for lawyers working with breached companies.
As the chances of a data breach incident increase, savvy businesses have invested time and thought in a response plan. But plans never survive first contact with the enemy.
The Consumer Review Fairness Act voids provisions in form contracts that prohibit or restrict a consumer's ability to leave a negative review.
Black is among the leaders in educating lawyers about technology’s role in modern law.
Law enforcement attempts to access Amazon Echo raise questions over the viability of IoT data in investigations and the vulnerability of private information.
The attorneys behind LISA hope to bring the “Legal Intelligence Support Assistant” to consumers directly.
Longtime federal government lawyer John Carlin will chair the firm’s new global risk and crisis management practice.
Management strategies implemented before, during and after implementation can maximize user adoption and ROI.
Picking apart the recent cybertheft faced by two U.S. firms working on M&A offers lessons on how legal can avoid similar breaches in the future.
The Discovery Data Governance Model and meet-and-confer checklist aim to “level the playing field” between technology-proficient lawyers and others.
Flytenow argued that pilots using Flytenow’s online platform are not “common carriers” who must satisfy more stringent aviation rules.
A South Carolina startup, Dispute Resolution Data, has signed agreements to collect information from some 20 arbitration institutions.
Law firms and e-discovery vendors provide different options, but clients are best served when they work together.
Doxbi, ModernLaw and CaseFleet all aim to simplify scheduling for law firm attorneys.
From law schools to nonprofits and legal communities, those looking to establish or grow e-discovery skills have a variety of resources.
Dewey's application creates a checklist of all the post-closing items pending for a particular deal.
Among the measures is forming a "response team" when confidential information from state and local governments is breached.
Attorneys in several U.S. states received ransomware-carrying emails alleging legal action from “The Office of the State Attorney.”
These three lessons impact our daily lives as professionals, as well as citizens.
Sure you know AI, but do you know where it applies in, say, patents? Here’s where AI will continue to push legal technology this year.
E-billing can be troublesome, but this startup aims to strip down the e-billing process to its core functions.
Garnering the data to compare a legal department's efforts with others isn't easy, but it's becoming necessary.
International usage can lead to problems through data collection, disclosure and more.
A look at what makes smart contracts tick, and what new roles and skills they will demand of attorneys.
Technology advances in both law and the wider world will mean greater reliance on analytics in legal technology.
The plaintiffs counter Avid’s “shoddy record-keeping practices” made it difficult to know whether the plaintiffs signed arbitration agreements.
The agency has announced the latest in a series of cash-reward contests for solutions to protect personal data.
Machine language contracts are still a dream of the future, but they could be getting closer to a reality.
Clarity on Pokémon Go’s pending legal and privacy challenges, as well as underlying intellectual property concerns, will define augmented reality’s trajectory in the near future.
A look some of the notable opportunities and risks that in-house counsel need to be aware of.
The court said the patent office failed to sufficiently explain why Apple’s method for reconfiguring touchscreen icons is unpatentable due to obviousness.
A keyboard for lawyers, by a Perkins Coie lawyer, signals a new push for hardware, not just software, in legal technology.
An examination of the effect of consolidation on jobs, cloud considerations and more.
Conduent’s legal services arm will focus on compliance, legal support, e-discovery and nascent technologies like machine learning.
From cyberespionage and the FTC’s expanded cybersecurity role to New York State’s new corporate cyber regulations, 2017 may be a busy year for in-house counsel.
The Yahoo and Pokemon Go cases could have far-reaching implications for tech companies.
2016 saw great advances made in VR tech, but attorneys still have a long way to go before VR courtrooms hit the mainstream.
A look at what the Trump administration, USPTO updates and more mean for the future of design patents.
Analytics can streamline forensic accounting and litigation support activities, reducing risks and costs.
Automation and machine language are driving changes to traditional contract work.
Judge Jacqueline O. Shogan cited two Facebook posts that undercut the plaintiff's statute of limitations argument.
Next year could see a push for greater consistency in federal regulatory action.
A look at the evolution of abilities and expectations of e-discovery from the beginning of the century to the present.
Implementation of a new regulation requiring financial services companies to establish broad safeguards against cyberattack is being pushed back two months until March 1 after banks and insurers complained that it was impossible.
As strong as the billable hour seems to be in legal services, these startups may continue chipping away at the model's dominance in the legal world.
Winston and Strawn partner Liisa Thomas lays out a roadmap on challenges to face companies in the coming year.
Five things we expect to see in e-discovery in 2017 and two things we won't.
Three industry insiders provide tips for setting direction in the year ahead.
A look at the GDPR “tidal wave,” FTC authority clarification and more security and privacy challenges to watch for next year.
Global law firm Dentons’ innovation arm is helping to launch a variety of new tech solutions in an effort to help mitigate legal pain points.
As courtroom technology finds a foothold in legal systems around the world, its prominence will likely increase in 2017.
A look at four technology forces set to change the dynamics and define the future of the legal market.
Interconnected networks, cloud capabilities and new data streams have all attracted partnership potential this year.
As companies' huge tranches of unknown and redundant data face a GDPR reckoning, legal tech providers step up their compliance offerings.
More than 75% of law firms said they are comfortable with their firms’ ability to withstand a breach, but this confidence could be misplaced.
A look into the future for the lessons learned from the “hack” of one major firm.
The year's best devices and accessories for your loved ones—or you.
Legal technology leaders speak on the personnel links between e-discovery and cybersecurity and more in this month's Tech Digest.
In 2017, the expectation will be even higher for counsel to have adopted and be proficient with FRCP rules.
Atlanta's Tech Village "villagers" push automation to the Southeast legal community.
As he joins commercial dispute resolution services provider JAMS, Judge Maas reflects on how the amendments have been used and misused by litigators and judgers alike.
The more you understand AI software, the better you can appraise its benefits.
The Johnson & Bell suit is a good reminder of the importance of questioning outside firms about their cybersecurity efforts.
A look at some less obvious but important considerations related to cloud security and why they are often overlooked.
A top lawyer at Harley-Davidson Inc. is leaving the motorcycle manufacturer to lead the legal department of Rockwell Automation Inc.
As 2016 closes out, here are some areas that seem ripe for growth in the coming year
If you do not want to miss critical documents during internal investigations, it is important to get the multilingual keyword searches right.
While Wernick sees a more-complicated landscape for cybersecurity and drone issues, he also cites opportunities for developing technology and collaborating against cyberthreats.
In this series, reporter Gabrielle Hernandez catches us up on developments on the latest legal technology hub.
Don't know exactly what artificial intelligence, blockchain and compliance technology are? That's OK, here's a quick explainer to show how they could help.
The company agreed to implement changes to its email processing practices to settle claims on behalf of non-Gmail subscribers.
AshleyMadison.com, a website built to help cheating lovers meet their match, has agreed to settle claims that lax cybersecurity was responsible for a data breach that exposed the personal information of millions of customers last year.
Does the TCCWNA statute have teeth in a post-'Spokeo' world in which injury is required for Article III standing? A look at recent cases.
As experts speculate how data or metadata associated with these devices will arise in litigation, it's worthwhile to start preparing now for their use.
Butterfield was a frequent author and speaker on e-discovery, contributing to the Sedona Conference and law school educational initiatives.
Pick apart the once obscure technology and you’ll find an innovation that stands to disrupt law as we know it.
In the world of cybercrime, everyone — from individuals to nation-states — is a target. However, some targets are more alluring than others.
Given Trump's chilly relationship with the tech world, the answer could come from outside the industry.
Nuix's forte is data processing, which can provide early insight into a variety of documents.
It may be a long wait until a court answers the question of whether an easy target for a hacker is also a sitting duck for a plaintiffs firm.
Next year’s legal tech innovations will focus largely on empowering firms and other users to more easily access technology.
The author of a new how-to guide on e-discovery says to be effective, legal education needs to be “interesting” and “maybe even a little fun.”
Blockchains can be used for more than just bitcoin, but limitations on smart contracts mean they may not deliver all that is promised.
These trends will reshape e-discovery conversations in the coming year, including mainstream e-discovery, cross-border compliance and more.
Lawyers should learn to move with the times, and that includes following the English High Court and looking into the technology.
A Kroll Ontrack report highlights how many 2016 opinions sought to better educate attorneys on proportionality, and fine-tune ESI preservation processes.
The legal research giant is looking to support legal technology innovation with access to its data sets and mentors.
Predictive coding decisions to date have focused on party disagreements and keywords.
Onfido, which provides digital identity verification services to clients including Uber, JustGiving and LendInvest, was founded in 2012.
The Johnson & Bell suit, originally filed in April, is unlikely to be the last from class action lawyer Jay Edelson.
Corporate business processes that satisfy regulators and complainants under Privacy Shield can be delivered by corporations in a cost and process effective way.
From e-discovery to compliance, nascent machine learning technology may be restructuring the expectations of the modern lawyer.
Legal technology providers are leveraging automation to help global organizations bring their data storage and organization processes in line with Privacy Shield and GDPR regulations.
Barclays is already working on various projects tied to the pilot, including several apps, and would encourage the hiring of project managers.
Tabletops take the team members, put them in a room and ask them to work through the implementation of their response plan.
Multiple technologies have become part of our daily communications. E-discovery vendors are tapping more data streams to keep up.
A SANS Institute Survey found cybercriminals are increasingly shifting their focus toward attorney-managed enterprise data.
Futurist Andrew McAfee and ABC journalist Sunny Hostin will help kick off the expanded event that includes Legaltech New York 2017.
Pricing groups can be a good starting point for law firms to recover lost revenue, but project monitoring with technology is the necessary next step.
Curiosity helps her determine how and why an incident happens and how to resolve it.
The Alaska Bar Association's opinion on attorney email-tracking has spurred a conversation on what role such technology should play in legal.
Wal-Mart and Goodwin Procter leaders are using diversity metrics to force legal organizations to push for more diverse workplaces.
More than three-quarters of law departments are responsible for or meaningfully influence their companies' cybersecurity. Here's what to watch for.
For e-discovery project managers, the key to leveraging analytics is actually understanding the data.
Here are four ways AI is already helping you be efficient in your everyday activities.
As the financial industry speeds toward a blockchain future, industry attorneys are positioning themselves to handle new legal and operational challenges.
A recent Cowen Group session gave the floor for legal technology companies to reach out to law firm, in-house and service provider leaders.
The nine-page decision puts to an end for now the $399 million awarded to Apple for Samsung’s design infringement.
Data privacy laws and blocking statutes can seriously impact investigations and litigation that reach outside of U.S. borders.
The Third Circuit recently breathed new life into the social media debate between the Maryland and Texas approaches.
Centralization of e-discovery? Sounds good. But external vendors are actually the preferred option for centralization, one expert argues.
Uncertainty continues for legal experts and policymakers around issues of privacy and data security raised by the influx of drones circling the skies.
From profiles to data visualization, legal tech user interfaces are catching up to modern expectations.
A provision for metadata in discovery provides fundamental fairness in modern criminal and quasi-criminal proceedings, Fox Rothschild's Matthew Adams argues.
As several recent cases demonstrate, companies and employers both need to weigh their decisions about their electronic communications.
Launched in the Bronx, startup Good Call aims to be an emergency contact and attorney-access resource for arrested New Yorkers.
The Silicon Valley startup giant has focused most of its investments in legal technology in alternatives to traditional legal services.
Avalanche's server hosts "more than two dozen of the world's most pernicious types of malware and several money laundering campaigns."
The final part of this "Contract Staffing Revolution" series examines how the adoption of the cloud will affect contract talent.
An ALM Intelligence survey finds law firms are coming up short in implementing and testing incident response plans and vendor security protections.
As firms focus on meeting efficiency demands, experts advise looking at cybersecurity as a business risk.
New K&L Gates partner Julia Jacobson explores how businesses can best ensure that consumers are aware of their data privacy policies.
National groups say the plan “appears to impose inflexible, one-size fits all requirements.”
Do the most recent decisions demonstrate that the Rules Committee achieved its goals? The results are mixed.
Although technology budgets may be fluctuating, law firm CIOs agree that purchasing strategy needs to be linked to the firm's overall game plan.
Eric Felsberg, leader of the firm’s recently established analytics group, chats about how analytics can work for employers.
Though not created with the 2016 election in mind, the network will aid clients in influencing the new administration’s technology and policy initiatives.
While legal professionals can economically benefit from technology that doesn't connect, clients suffer.
For now, creating an electronic mortgage loan is typically a hybrid process, but what are the barriers to making the process entirely paperless?
While attorneys are losing interest in the iPad and other tablets, Microsoft's Surface Pro devices are starting to pick up steam.
These startups may help couples divorce from their attorneys along with their spouse.
Slow budget growth and lack of time mean many legal technologies are out of reach for a significant amount of in-house counsel.
A few key techniques can make a world of difference in the cost and outcome of a matter.
Security experts provide Legaltech News with the most email addresses by law firm domain name compromised in third-party hacks. Do your firm's policies cover this threat?
kCura's Relativity has grown into the main platform for e-discovery. Where has its evolution placed it amid the marketplace?
Holiday shoppers aren't the only ones searching for the hot new toy. LTN examines what e-discovery companies are asking for in M&A this year.
Could the NHTSA's proposed rules actually create more risk for auto manufacturers working on autonomous vehicles?
From copyright licensing to fair use considerations and patent trolls, intellectual property technology may run into future legal challenges.
Five easy fixes to make your website, and thus your firm, more appealing to top female talent.
Outgoing SEC chairwoman says analytics helped build record number of enforcement actions.
Inside legal's employee monitoring failsafe and a look at how legal woke up to the prospect of insider threats.
In this week’s AI Round up, LTN explores how AI-empowered in-house counsel are changing firms’ business dynamics, and how firms can adapt to a new market.
Law schools are pushing to meet newer legal industry needs, and Georgetown Law is looking to help students shape the conversation.
A comprehensive e-discovery program utilizes technology and data management tools to quickly access and review large volumes of financial and business data.
If compliance officers can get their organization’s employees and third parties to buy in, people work in a compliant way even when nobody is watching.
After one California lawyer was sanctioned for using electronic signatures, the need for more efficient technology use is here.
From ever-changing technical demands to security and access considerations, mobile discovery can be an intricate and arduous task.
What do for-profit and nonprofit legal organizations stand to gain from publishing free or low-cost educational resources? Investment in a public good and expertise, to start.
Judge Orrick wrote that when it comes to holding Twitter liable as a publisher of ISIS speech, "such liability is barred by the CDA."
Perkins Coie’s Geof Vance argues that a one-stop shop can provide cost savings, better work product and more.
Every organization is going to have to figure out how to balance its cybersecurity program with an effective privacy program.
The Cowen Group estimates high demand for e-discovery project managers and specialists next year, with service providers driving most of the hiring.
These new rules are comprehensive and are enforced by serious compliance requirements that contain potentially jaw-dropping financial penalties.
A report from law firm Eversheds and market researcher Winmark Ltd found 64 percent of in-house counsel cite budget as a barrier to technology.
From governing data storage to educating employees, getting prepared doesn’t need to be reactionary.
Elegrity’s new vice president of sales and marketing discusses the early days of legal technology and the future of matter and business management technologies.
As the information age unfolds, lawyers are turning to the technology they once strongly turned against. LTN explores in this week's AI roundup.
Innovation proposals will be assessed by an ‘innovation group’ of partners and directors at the firm.
As autonomous vehicles begin to see acceptance, regulators face questions of cybersecurity, ownership and infrastructure.
Canadian e-discovery giant Commonwealth Legal discusses the differences it expects to see in the upcoming ComplexDiscovery e-discovery business survey.
In addition to seeking competitive edge, many firms outsource to heed security concerns, efficiency demands, and a younger employee base.
Though leadership shake ups in the U.K. and U.S. have generated uncertainty about blockchain regulation, many global powers are still showing interest in the technology.
The new CardinalCommerce patent could show the way forward for innovators to gain USPTO approval.
An increasing number of companies view the general counsel as the go-to person for handling compliance issues arising from a data breach, according to a recently released survey.
Current regulations and legal obstacles may pose challenges for Russian promoters and developers of cryptocurrencies and other blockchain applications.
Proponents insist that analytics brings acute business knowledge to the legal department. Brian Howard breaks it down.
With added pressures on attorneys to stay connected and mobile, lawyers look increasingly to technology to keep data accessible (but secure) across their mobile devices.
Mathiason recently sat down in his San Francisco office with ALM Director of Intelligence Dirk Olin to discuss the new group as well as the brave new world of the law machine.
A look at what the Trump administration's pro-security leanings mean for the future of privacy and cyberwarfare, and government surveillance.
The nation's top highway safety official on Tuesday continued to tout proposed autonomous-vehicle rules even as the Obama administration prepares to hand power to a new president.
These tips can guide those advocating for broader adoption of proportional standards in litigation.
Steve Green talks what drew him to DISCO from two prior e-discovery jobs, career advice for those in the industry and more.
Justice Toolbox's analytics search engine provides clients analytics on potential attorneys based on case types and location.
In building investment in Atlanta’s cybersecurity scene, the law firm found its second start-up partner in Authomate.
The judge ruled alleged misrepresentations about the progress of the Mandiant merger amounted to "puffery."
Bloomberg Law reports that nearly a quarter of labor and employment attorneys don’t use any social media platforms.
Thoughts from Facebook's Paul Grewal from the Georgetown E-Discovery Institute on specialization, social media discovery and more.
To address the current cybersecurity madness, and reflecting on our experience over the past decade, we offer the following road map for corporate legal counsel to help sort out what's important and what's not.
Pillsbury, FireEye and Thomson Reuters bet they’re better than the “patchwork of industry standards” currently guiding cybersecurity regulations.
An AlixPartners' survey finds U.S. and European companies extending its risk management compliance to vendors.
Key moments from the 2016 presidential election could predict the future of the data security landscape.
You'll need more than a GPS for this voyage.
The e-discovery provider found value in the consulting group’s talent base, Relativity environment, and market presence.
The new director of enterprise development at Complete Discovery Source talks about the bumpy roads where e-discovery meets corporate business.
As we begin to come to the end of this year, it's clear that as global regulations grew in complexity, lawyers turned to technology for the answer.
There remain many business and legal obstacles to the successful development and commercialization of technology originating in academic and research institutions.
In this week’s AI roundup, we focus on AI’s increasing integration into the workflow and a growing acceptance among firms.
A look at the rise of absolute encryption, the power of the Fourth Amendment and other encryption issues.
The data indexing software allows users to analyze data at its point of origin.
While the severity of the issues' impact remains to be seen, technology unarguably rocked the electorate throughout the campaigns.
In-person and remote e-notarizations are starting to see heightened interest from the mortgage banking community and elsewhere.
A look at how the integrated courtroom and related technologies have evolved in the city-nation.
No matter whether firms keep data in-house or work with third parties, certain cybersecurity controls should be in place.
With the rule capping appellate briefs at 13,000 to take effect December 1, updates to the proofreading tool are aimed at helping slim down briefs.
The FBI's eight-day review of 650,000 emails is longer than most data sets of similar size would take.
The recently released 21st annual LTN Tech Survey, which surveys law firm technology and operations leaders on technology-related issues, reveals a slightly different nuance than in years past.
A look at e-discovery culture, regulations and guidance from a host of some of the most active global e-discovery markets around the world.
The EDI acquisition will allow FRONTEO access to an additional 150 seats for document review in the United States.
Aderant says automation in case management can lower both risks and costs.
Inside the District of Arizona's recent e-discovery decision from 'In re: Bard IVC Filters Products Liability Litigation.'
Understanding the cost metrics associated with printing can allow firms to strategically manage assets.
While "partnership" is a buzzword in the legal tech community, it rarely involves free access.
An Exterro survey found that while in-house is implementing better-structured legal management processes, most lag in tech adoption.
More than ever before, companies are forced to consider whether and how to fight back outside the courthouse with the help of social media.
In this week's focus on AI, buzz grows around machine learning’s application to the legal world.
The partnership allows the bar association to track LGBT legal services demand in the NY Metropolitan Area.
Is it time that law and other major industries consider the dangers of AI innovation?
The HBR Consulting survey shows a focus on document management, legal spend analytics and contract management.
The bulk of the gift will be used to further scientific and scholarly research about the ethical and policy issues surrounding artificial intelligence.
The reasons for massive adoption of contract staffing solutions are further illustrated by scalability, managed services, tool consolidation, and the millennial factor.
These Big Law vet angel funders at Hamilton Ramsey may be a new fixture in the legal tech investment market.
A look at the importance of design in legal service and aid platforms, and how modern day companies are streamlining once burdensome processes.
The data set is relatively small, but other factors may push answers beyond Election Day.
A joint research project by EDI and Oracle is finding that TAR is often faster and cheaper when identifying relevant documents.
The keys to DMS are ease of use and allowing users to work how they like.
E-discovery winners of the U.S. government's "Disparate Data Challenge" discuss the challenges and opportunities of working with federal clients.
The tool uses “cutting-edge neural machine” technology to translate technical patent documents into a second language.
The new combined event will add business of law and other aspects of the legal industry to Legaltech New York.
The investment “came up naturally as part of our ongoing strategic partnership,” eBrevia says.
Often, cloud service providers have stronger security options than those at law firms.
The startup partnered with enterprise search company dtSearch to launch its risk automation platform in what is quickly becoming a rising market.
Combining e-discovery automation with point-of-creation indexing could change the paradigm around data culling, the combined company says.
M&A practitioners are increasingly expected to provide cybersecurity expertise and help steer companies clear of regulatory action.
This week brings us one chatbot, one ‘robot judge’ closer in the AI revolution of legal.
While cyberinsurance offers tremendous benefits to those who seek to mitigate their risks, due to its relative youth as an industry, there are many cases where cyber claims will be disputed.
One last-ditch effort by four state attorneys general was rejected by a federal court, despite the states' argument that turning internet oversight over to ICANN was unconstitutional.
While many see a lack of action on federal cybersecurity laws, there is a possibility of broad standards being developed for Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
How to leverage the increased evidentiary value of cloud data to your advantage
TalksOnLaw, a legal video learning platform, debuted a set of social media-optimized short videos.
The New York-centric company, PM Legal, looks to have 'the broadest offerings' in litigation support investigations.
Law firms’ proprietary case management products and tech capabilities are becoming crucial factors for clients deciding which firms to hire.
The future of crowdfunding is one of specialization, with an ever-increasing number of firms finding niches in equity, nonprofit and even creative projects silos, industry leaders told a Federal Trade Commission gathering on Wednesday.
The TCCWNA is providing headaches to companies involved in New Jersey selling or nationwide online contracts, warranties and notices.
Though companies show improved attention to cybersecurity issues, BDO's Michael Stiglianese said corporate leadership shouldn't pat themselves on the back quite yet.
The e-discovery managed services firm noted that it will take a "wait-and-see" attitude to opening an additional center outside of the U.K. given the country's impending Brexit.
Clutch Group is betting it can make AI more "accessible" and "intelligible" to stakeholders via automated compliance, surveillance tools.
Alt Legal's Samendinger may have just sat for the bar in July, but she already has cultivated some key secrets to success.
The Minneapolis edition of the records management roadshow attempts to find an intimate, open middle ground for legal tech education.
If you're ready to get rid of paper, here are five different scanning options for your consideration.
The investment is the latest in Nextlaw's strategy to investment in startups that ease legal industry pain points.
The value of the acquisition is estimated to be $410 million and will likely close in Q4 2016.
In the face of IP cyberthefts, experts advise organizations to train employees and deploy IP attorneys.
As chatbots pick up steam in legal, University of Cambridge's LawBot can communicate legal information in everyday language.
Charles Curran comes to Venable with decades of experience navigating data regulations and educating policymakers on emerging technologies.
The Recorder recently spoke with Richard Lutkus, who’s likely the only big-firm lawyer who doubles as a certified ethical hacker, about steps he takes with clients to help protect their data.
Defensible data deletion policies can help reduce the cost and risks associated with retaining information.
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania worked with peers at two leading U.K. universities to create machine-learning algorithms that automatically analyze patterns in case text.
With expertise on breach notification laws and insights to incident response plans, outside counsel can be a vital asset in enterprise cybersecurity.
The international law firm clears the clutter by reducing electronic noise that defines the modern work space.
The Mattern & Associates survey found just 68 percent of firms had records retention policies that covered both electronic and paper data.
Christopher Mellen will join BDO with decades of experience in traditional cybersecurity and e-discovery.
As machine learning is the future, law firms should begin to explore its potential.
Following the turmoil of the Yahoo/Verizon deal, cyber due diligence consultants speak to the precautions GCs can and should take.
There’s a technology revolution underway in law. This week's AI roundup explores, what does the future hold for the lawyer?
Cheryl Wilson-Griffin joins Opus 2 International from Mayer Brown and Kirkland & Ellis as the company's client success manager.
Thomas Barnett, an e-discovery and data science special counsel at Paul Hastings, has been building a team of mathematicians, data scientists and e-discovery project managers.
Masters Conference panelists discuss evolving e-discovery tools, sending data to the cloud, and more.
While legal technology is still a nascent market rife with challenges, venture capitalists are hopeful about start-up prospects.
U.S. banking regulators on Wednesday unveiled a proposal to enhance cybersecurity risk-management and resilience standards for the largest banks and their interconnected entities.
Bloomberg Law described its analytic solution as part of its “full service” legal research offering, which it believes stands apart from “niche players” in the legal analytics space.
Guiding legal technology’s transition from esoteric to standard are four technologies: blockchain, machine learning, the cloud, and analytics.
In a climate of gargantuan e-discovery consolidation, contract staffing will emerge as the competitive edge for large and small employers alike.
The tool searches unstructured and structured bribery databases and the open and dark web to help organizations adhere to the ISO 37001 standard.
The five judges at the EDI Summit in Fort Lauderdale explored—and disagreed on—the bench's role in e-discovery disputes.
The partnership is another reflection of a burgeoning marriage between consultant review and legal enterprise technology.
The investment marks another step in the legal technology industry's continued transition to the cloud.
Risk analytics can complicate traditional interpretations of legal issues like jurisdiction and how to apply guidance around retention, security, interoperability and use.
Formerly with the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, Hnatowski looks to promote cooperation between judges, attorneys and e-discovery companies.
The move marks the next step in the technology company's ongoing growth strategy into the U.S. legal technology marketplace.
NextLaw Labs flexes its investment potential as it adds two new start-ups to its growing development network.
An ALM Intelligence survey finds law firms are coming up short in implementing and testing incident response plans and vendor security protections.
GC Craig Silliman said Yahoo's data breach has given Verizon "a reasonable basis to believe right now that the impact is material."
Ultimately, when it comes to dealing with ransomware, avoiding an attack in the first place cures all.