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How Law Firms are Becoming Tech Firms and Why That’s a Good Thing (ICYMI…)

Here’s a great article on the adoption of legal technology and how technology is reshaping legal business models. We particularly enjoyed reading about Atrium, a law firm where legal tech isn’t meant to improve the business model, in the words of the author, legal tech “is the model.” The author suggests that over 100,000 legal jobs will be automated in the next 20...

Silicon Valley Betting Big on Legal Tech… (ICYMI)

Here’s a great article on FindLaw about the serious investments Silicon Valley has been making in LegalTech. While rules of ethics are still largely holding back the watershed of investments noted in #fintech, Silicon Valley is signaling a strong interest to grow in #legaltech. Is your firm ready for the explosion of new legal tech services and products? Stay tuned to TBT for more on how...

Blockchain: What It Is a Good For? (ICYMI)

Many attorneys have heard of blockchain in the post 2018 January financial pump and dump, but there remains a lack of clarity about whether blockchain is useful for litigation attorneys. An article in Business Law Today details why blockchain may be more useful than attorneys realize, particularly in the areas of: authenticity, integrity, completeness, transparency, and security. ICYMI: Joshua...

IBM Watson: Artificial Intelligence in the Courtroom

What is Watson? IBM made quite the splash in 2011 with a public demonstration of Watson’s ability in a game of Jeopardy. The supercomputer took part in the well planned, public-relations event to demonstrate the power of their artificial intelligence system. Over a span of three days Watson competed against two Jeopardy champions including Ken Jennings, famous for winning 74 games in a row. At...

JURY JUDGERS: HOW LEGALTECH IS MONITORING JURORS FROM VOIR DIRE THROUGH TRIAL AND BEYOND SO THAT YOU CAN WIN YOUR NEXT CASE

A single juror may be the most influential factor in whether you win or lose a case. But how do you determine whether a juror will be a supporter or an opponent in a jury trial? Legaltech is leveraging data analytics to provide these answers. From gathering data, analyzing risks, and suggesting strategy, artificial intelligence is being used to read the jury, providing litigators with a leg up on...

No money? No problem! The ins-and-outs of litigation funding (Part 1)

In this series, we’ll cover the development of litigation funding and share the necessary tools to decide if it’s suitable for your client’s claim. Part 1 will give a general overview of what is involved in litigation funding and its unique benefits. Let’s start with the basics. What is “litigation funding”? Litigation funding (or litigation finance) is when a third-party, who is unrelated to a...

Protecting attorney-client privilege across the border: what you need to know about U.S. border searches of electronic devices

Attorneys are likely to carry at least one electronic device containing attorney work product and confidential client information. While attorneys always have a duty to protect this information, crossing international borders makes this duty a bit more complicated. For those attorneys who cross borders, this post provides a quick summary of the current Department of Homeland Security, Customs and...

10 Times Internet of Things Data Was Used in Litigation

The next time you head to court, think about the data you can recover from “internet of things devices.” Internet of things products from Fitbits to medical devices are collecting data 24/7 and can help you establish timelines, destroy alibis, and prove damages. This post lists 10 instances in which internet of things devices were used in litigation. The next time you prepare for litigation...

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