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Louis Vuitton’s Opposition To Trademark For Gardening Tools Fails Spectacularly

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'Louis Vuitton asserted that only it could use the letters “L” and “V” in its branding.' The post Louis Vuitton’s Opposition To Trademark For Gardening Tools Fails Spectacularly appeared first on Above the Law.

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You Be the Judge: Should Public Perception of Impartiality Influence Judicial Recusal?

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Over the past few weeks, the national media has been rife with stories of the ongoing Karen Read murder trial taking place in Massachusetts and presided over by Judge Beverly J. Cannone. In July 2023, the defense argued for Judge… Continue reading → The post You Be the Judge: Should Public Perception of Impartiality Influence Judicial Recusal?

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Securing The Use Of Artificial Intelligence And Machine Learning In Legal Services

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It would be wise for legal service communities to navigate the complexities of AI/ML with a nuanced approach that balances innovation and caution. The post Securing The Use Of Artificial Intelligence And Machine Learning In Legal Services appeared first on Above the Law.

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ILTACon 2024 – Nashville Here We Come!

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ILTACon this August will be in Nashville, Tennessee and Artificial Lawyer is looking forward to attending. But, what will be the main focus areas, what’s.

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Visibility Into the Strategy & Supporting Documents of Major US Law Firms

Law Firm Intelligence by Trellis aggregates state trial court data across the Trellis platform enabling users to: look up a particular metric related to a specific law firm (such as, how many cases a law firm had or has against another law firm), and see the actual dockets and documents supporting the metric. Trellis data is maximized in a revolutionary and unique way to provide users an exclusive look into a law firm litigating in state trial courts.

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Generating Predictions For Grants Pass v. Johnson Using Artificial Intelligence

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Optimized Legal Audio is an artificial intelligence engine in its infancy that tries to hear what judges say, read the language they use, and through this to infer their relative preference for one attorney’s argument over another’s. The post Generating Predictions For <em>Grants Pass v. Johnson</em> Using Artificial Intelligence appeared first on Above the Law.

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Transform Your Law Practice With Three Microsoft 365 Apps

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Danielle DavisRoe | Microsoft 365 includes three apps — Bookings, Forms, and ToDo — that make it easy to streamline your work. The post Transform Your Law Practice With Three Microsoft 365 Apps appeared first on Articles, Tips and Tech for Law Firms and Lawyers.

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Today on Legaltech Week: It’s the Post-ILTA Evolve, Post-CLOC, and Post Jazz Fest Edition

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After being away last Friday, we are back live today at 3 p.m. ET with our weekly Legaltech Week roundtable panel — where we offer our expert and sometimes irreverent takes on the week’s legal tech news. If you haven’t already, you can sign up free here to attend.

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How to know that private collection agency calling your client is legitimate–IRS

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Tax pros: Taxpayers who owe taxes might get a call from a private collection agency working on behalf of the IRS. The recently released YouTube video, “ Here’s How to Know that Private Collection Agency Calling You is Legit ” explains how to know it’s an IRS authorized private collection agency calling and not a scammer. For more information on private debt collection, visit the frequently asked questions on IRS.gov.

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New ICO ‘lessons learned’ report references past law firm data breach 

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The Information Commissioner’s Office published a report today (10 May) examining the lessons learned from an array of past data breaches, including looking at the facts of a breach at […] The post New ICO ‘lessons learned’ report references past law firm data breach appeared first on Legal IT Insider.

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New Law Requires High School Student Governments in All Districts–NYSED

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Effective September 1, 2024, every school district serving high school students grades 9-12 with no districtwide or school building peer-selected student government is required to establish at least one student government organization within such district or school building. Memo on Student Government Requirement FAQ on Student Government Requirement The new Section 817 of Education Law , effective September 1, 2024, states that every public school district with at least one high school serv

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Stay On Top of Newly Filed State & Federal Litigation: Curated Just for You!

With Daily Filings Report by Trellis you will receive an email and csv file daily with all new cases filed in the jurisdictions you're tracking. Each new case will include all case metadata like judge, parties, counsel, practice area, and even direct links to the full docket and complaint. Trellis Daily Filings Reports provide direct access to newly filed state and federal litigation curated just for you.

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Aderant Global Momentum: Stridyn launch is the key takeaway

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Aderant this week hosted its Global Momentum conference in Nashville, where the biggest announcement was the launch of its AI-driven cloud platform Stridyn. Stridyn provides dashboard access to data from […] The post Aderant Global Momentum: Stridyn launch is the key takeaway appeared first on Legal IT Insider.

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U.S. Supreme Court sides with police and prosecutors in civil forfeiture case.-The Marshall Project

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EDITED BY ANDREW COHEN The justices ruled 6-3 on Thursday that people who have had their property seized in civil forfeiture cases are entitled only to a single, “timely” forfeiture hearing. The court’s conservative majority ruled against two Alabama women who had sought an earlier “preliminary” hearing to try to recover cars they owned that had been seized and held by police in connection with crimes committed by other people.