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10 Times the Internet of Things Decided a Case Outcome

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 determinative in litigation. The next time you prepare for...

Are you collecting your jurors’ social media data? How and why you do it may be an issue (Part 1)

No one wants to be the next Cambridge Analytics--what do litigators need to be concerned with re: scraping social media for juicy trial strategy tidbits? This is part one of a two-part series that discusses issues in collecting a juror’s social media data.

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

A juror may be a litigator’s greatest friend or foe when trying a case. But how do you determine whether a juror will be your greatest supporter or 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 the...

But their emails! Some of the most contentious political issues are e-discovery disputes… (ICYMI)

In case you missed it, the ABA Journal recently posted a great article about the relevance of eDiscovery fights in politics.  “Indeed, a larger debate over preserving electronic evidence continues to hang over national politics. Donald Trump Jr.’s meetings with Russians, Michael Cohen’s plea bargain, Brett Kavanaugh’s contentious confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court, Paul Manafort’s...

What Are Your Plans for #eDiscoveryDay?

If you’re anything like me, keeping track of all of the great legal tech and litigation programming coming up year-round can be a touch overwhelming. I just hit inbox zero for the first time in days–last night. So here’s a helpful reminder: Tuesday, December 4th, 2018 is #eDiscoveryDay! There will be webcasts and live events occurring all over the country with “more e...

Three Hot New AI-Powered Legal Research Tools

Litigators can start using artificial intelligence for research with online tools such as CARA, EVA, and IRIS. This post compares these three research tools, describing their benefits and limitations, and explains how they might be able to save you time in your litigation practice. Joshua Weaver( Writer ) Attorneypreneur, writer, technologist. Nerdy for legaltech, politics, crypto, cybersecurity...

Affordable AI: Use These Online Tools Now to Improve Your Litigation Practice

While many Artificial Intelligence technologies are out of reach because they are too expensive or take time to implement, there are several affordable and free tools that legal practitioners can use to improve their litigation practice today. Below are some resources that can start saving you time and money. Joshua Weaver( Writer ) Attorneypreneur, writer, technologist. Nerdy for legaltech...

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...

Is the Fitbit the Next Smoking Gun in Litigation?

What if your diary, checkbook, and GPS were conveniently packaged into an audiobook that would be played to the jury? This could now be possible through the rise in personal devices, such as Fitbits, smartwatches, Google homes and Alexas, which have opened up a potential goldmine of private information for a lawsuit. But what are the problems that any litigator can anticipate in trying to obtain...

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