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Category: Technology and Legal Ethics

14 Jun
What’s Missing in Your Approach to Legal Technology?

So, you have rolled out new technology at your firm that will improve the way you deliver legal services to your clients. That’s great, but are you utilizing that technology to its greatest effect? Are other members of your practice finding your latest tech solution cumbersome or enlightening? Do you even know how to find
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21 May
Why Do Judges Think Attorneys Don’t Understand E-Discovery?

E-discovery is often seen as a revolutionary tool that has changed the way evidence is found, preserved and presented in court. Such a powerful tool has been acknowledged by the court system and has influenced changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, so the courtroom can take advantage of these advances. So, why do
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14 May
Are Legal Tech Companies Promising More Than They Can Provide?

The world of technology and innovation has often been described as the Wild West, and with the way the media reports on companies that generate the right kind of “buzz”, it’s no surprise. Pundits and media outlets provide considerable publicity to new technology companies’ claims that their products are going to revolutionize industries, but how
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7 May
What Do Lawyers Need to Know About Travelling with Their Tech?

Technology can provide ways to navigate the most complicated situations that arise in life. This is especially true in the legal field where laws, regulations, and codes can mean the difference between a failure and success. So, it’s no wonder that lawyers are turning to technology to solve an even more complex legal problem—travel. Travelling
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28 Apr
When Does File Sharing Waive Privilege?

It’s been almost a year since most of the legal community first heard of Harleysville Insurance Company v. Holding Funeral Home, Inc., et al.,2017 WL 4368617 (W.D. Va. 2017). The effects of this case changed the way the legal world looked at file sharing and e-discovery. However, if you didn’t follow the case long enough,
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