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Legal Tech Startup Ai.law Can Now Draft the Complaint for Your Lawsuit

Above the Law - Technology

Ai.law , a legal technology startup that uses artificial intelligence to generate litigation documents, has added a new module that will draft the complaint to initiate a lawsuit. While Ai.law already had modules for litigation tasks such as answering a lawsuit, responding to discovery, and pulling summaries from medical records, this new module allows a user to input relevant information about a case and generate a complete complaint.

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Beyond the Request: Transforming LinkedIn Invitations into Meaningful Engagement and Opportunities

Kevin O'Keefe

I spent a couple hours on LinkedIn this morning going through those people who have requested that I connect with them, their company or a group. I felt guilty in having about 350 requests and not responding. I was behaving a bit like one of my former law partners who shared, “All of these clients of mine calling and leaving a message to return the call can’t expect me to have the time to return their calls.

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Apple Under Fire: U.S. Accuses Tech Giant of iPhone Monopoly

Trellis.Law Blog

After years of regulatory scrutiny, the United States is taking on Apple Inc. –arguably one of the most successful tech companies of all time –in a high-profile lawsuit signifying the government’s continued crackdown on Big Tech. The Justice Department filed… Continue reading → The post Apple Under Fire: U.S. Accuses Tech Giant of iPhone Monopoly first appeared on Trellis.Law Blog.

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On LawNext: InfoTrack’s Mission to Revolutionize Litigation Services Such as E-filing and Process Serving, with CEO Ed Watts

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InfoTrack may be one of the fastest growing yet least known legal technology companies in the United States. You may know it more through its brands, including ServeNow for finding process servers, One Legal for California court filing, LawToolBox for court calendaring, and the Legal Talk Network group of legal podcasts. On the latest LawNext podcast, our guest Ed Watts , CEO of InfoTrack in the U.S., says the company is on a mission to innovate and even revolutionize litigation services and th

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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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Fast Company’s List of World’s 606 Most Innovative Companies Includes Four from Legal Tech

Above the Law - Technology

Fast Company is out with its annual ranking of the world’s most innovative companies , and of the 606 companies that made the list, just four are from legal tech. “The 606 organizations that we honor as Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies of 2024 have met our high bar for demonstrating innovation and the impact of those innovations on business and industry,” the publication says. “They lead their fields and are transforming the world.” Here are the four legal t

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March 2024 Google Core Algorithm Update: FAQs for Lawyers

Attorney at Work

David Arato | The March 2024 Google Algorithm Update is particularly important for website owners in “Your Money or Your Life” industries like law. The post March 2024 Google Core Algorithm Update: FAQs for Lawyers appeared first on Articles, Tips and Tech for Law Firms & Lawyers.

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Interview: Microsoft, Peppermint Technology, and why you need to pay attention to SharePoint Embedded

Legal IT Insiders

Legal IT Insider spoke with Microsoft’s director of product marketing, Chris McNulty; Microsoft’s principal product manager, Reid Carlberg; and Peppermint Technology’s chief technology officer Mike Walker to understand more about […] The post Interview: Microsoft, Peppermint Technology, and why you need to pay attention to SharePoint Embedded appeared first on Legal IT Insider.

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Intermountain Health CISO: The Industry Needs Better Transparency After Cyberattacks

Above the Law - Technology

After a healthcare cyberattack, the impacted organization often doesn’t want to divulge a lot of information, Intermountain Health CISO Erik Decker said last week at HIMSS. However, he thinks healthcare organizations should be more transparent with their peers after an attack because “no one system operates independent of everybody else.

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4 Easy Steps to Being a Small-Talk Superstar

Attorney at Work

Bull Garlington | I’m going to give you two methods for mastering small talk. One for when you start, one for when they start. Ready? Let’s do this. The post 4 Easy Steps to Being a Small-Talk Superstar appeared first on Articles, Tips and Tech for Law Firms & Lawyers.

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Apple AirTags and Accountability: Legal Battles over Tracking Devices in Stalking Cases

Trellis.Law Blog

Last Week, Apple Inc. lost a motion to dismiss a lawsuit alleging the company’s AirTag devices are being used as a tool by stalkers to track victims. According to a San Francisco District Court judge, three plaintiffs in a class-action… Continue reading → The post Apple AirTags and Accountability: Legal Battles over Tracking Devices in Stalking Cases first appeared on Trellis.Law Blog.

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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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Buffalo’s Mass-Murder Leads to a Wrong Section 230 Decision–Jones v. Mean

Eric Goldman

You may recall the 2022 Buffalo mass-shooting , which was committed by a murderer responding to the “ Great Replacement Theory.” (And yet, many people in the public eye keep referencing and evangelizing the theory despite its direct and repeated role in killing people). The victims sued social media companies for allegedly radicalizing the shooter by exposing him to third-party content.

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RFK Jr Replaces Aaron Rodgers With Lawyer And Legal Tech Entrepreneur In Veepstakes

Above the Law - Technology

Who will hitch their star to this doomed wagon? The post RFK Jr Replaces Aaron Rodgers With Lawyer And Legal Tech Entrepreneur In Veepstakes appeared first on Above the Law.

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How to Successfully Manage Client Funds — and Mitigate Accounting and Legal Risks

Attorney at Work

Whether you’re a law firm owner or an individual attorney, it’s likely you’ll find yourself managing client funds at some point — including advance payments, settlement checks and expenses. As a fiduciary for your clients, you must carefully manage these funds, including implementing proper controls and keeping accurate records, to ensure you are being ethically […] The post How to Successfully Manage Client Funds — and Mitigate Accounting and Legal Risks appeared first on Articles, Tips a

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Should I Use AI at My Law Firm?

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Artificial intelligence (AI) has been making a significant impact across different industries, including the law and legal practices. Even though many law firms have begun integrating various AI solutions, some are unsure about what’s available or have reservations about using AI. Here are some uses for AI in law firms and the pros and cons of using AI in the legal industry.

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Climate change is shifting the zones where plants grow

LLRX

With the arrival of spring in North America, many people are gravitating to the gardening and landscaping section of home improvement stores, where displays are overstocked with eye-catching seed packs and benches are filled with potted annuals and perennials. But some plants that once thrived in your yard may not flourish there now. To understand why, Dr.

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Office (Chat)ter On The Rise? Watch This AI In The Workplace Video [Sponsored]

Above the Law - Technology

New Practical Guidance video explains using AI across the employment lifecycle, legislative developments, and best practices to reduce AI workplace risks. The post Office (Chat)ter On The Rise? Watch This AI In The Workplace Video appeared first on Above the Law.

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The 3 Most Common Conflicts in Law Firms and How to Resolve Them

Attorney at Work

Wendy Merrill | The sweep-it-under-the-rug attitude may seem to keep issues at bay, but avoidance creates fertile ground for festering feelings. The post The 3 Most Common Conflicts in Law Firms and How to Resolve Them appeared first on Articles, Tips and Tech for Law Firms & Lawyers.

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Should I Use AI at My Law Firm?

Martindale-Avvo

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been making a significant impact across different industries, including the law and legal practices. Even though many law firms have begun integrating various AI solutions, some are unsure about what’s available or have reservations about using AI. Here are some uses for AI in law firms and the pros and cons of using AI in the legal industry.

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What We Know About You: Welcome to the Surveillance State

LLRX

Kevin Novak begins his article with a reference to a report in The Wall Street Journal that caught his attention. Commercial data brokers are selling their third-party data to the government. If you’re an optimist, you would think this could be a good thing. Our intelligence agencies and the defense department may be able to identify patterns that could predict and prevent an unfortunate event – terrorism, for example.

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How Should Your Firm Select, Combine, And Secure Its Tech?

Above the Law - Technology

If you can solve the riddle, the benefits can be immense. Learn how on the Non-Eventcast. The post How Should Your Firm Select, Combine, And Secure Its Tech? appeared first on Above the Law.

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Justia Webinars: Confronting Racial Bias in Jury Selection

Justia Legal Marketing & Technology blog

Equality, representation, and justice for all: words that embody the American ethos and the values of our legal system. Representative juries are the manifestation of that ethos; yet, racial biases have skewed juries toward an underrepresentation of racial minorities. As a result, many trials can produce wrongful convictions and unfair sentences for Black people and people of color.

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When Less is More: The Curious Case of Quiet Luxury

Berkley Technology Law Journal

By Devangini Rai LL.M. 2024 In an industry ruled by trends, the nature of quiet luxury brands radically challenges how we view usage of trademarks in fashion. The term “quiet luxury,” which rose to prominence in the fashion industry in 2023, refers to the trend of logo-less branding. Some examples of quiet luxury brands include Loro Piana, The Row, Tom Ford, Max Mara, and Zegna.

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Trapped in Darkness: Women in Europe remain defenseless against gender-based violence

LLRX

A new cross-border data investigation by the European Journalism Network reveals gaps in the registration of femicides in Europe and the ineffective protection of women against crimes of sexual, physical, psychological and economic violence over the last decade. Reporting by Janine Louloudi , Nikos Morfonios , and Kostas Zafeiropoulos.

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Generative AI For Legal Professionals: What To Know And What To Do Right Now [Sponsored]

Above the Law - Technology

Join us in exploring the immediate benefits and future possibilities of generative AI for your organization. The post Generative AI For Legal Professionals: What To Know And What To Do Right Now appeared first on Above the Law.

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WEBINAR NEXT WEEK: Artificial Intelligence for Legal Professionals: Demystified

Legal IT Insiders

The pace and hype of technological innovation in the field of Artificial Intelligence are dizzying. Large language models and Generative AI tools — like ChatGPT — can help law firms […] The post WEBINAR NEXT WEEK: Artificial Intelligence for Legal Professionals: Demystified appeared first on Legal IT Insider.

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Here Are Some of the Stories We’ll Discuss on Legaltech Week Live Today at 3; Join Us!

LawSites

Join us live today at 3 p.m. E.T. for the weekly Legaltech Week roundtable panel, where we discuss — irreverently at times — the tops stories in legal tech and innovation. If you haven’t already, you can sign up free here to attend. Register once and you are signed up for all future sessions. You can also catch prior episodes as a podcast or on YouTube.

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What Happens When Your Art Is Used to Train AI

LLRX

A conversation with web cartoonist Dorothy Gambrell on the curdled internet, labor, and how we became just numbers.

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Artificial Intelligence Legislation Tracker (2024) [Sponsored]

Above the Law - Technology

Stay in touch with legislative trends in artificial intelligence (AI) with this tracker, including state and federal legislation related to the use of AI proposed after January 1, 2024, or proposed in 2023 with activity in 2024. The post Artificial Intelligence Legislation Tracker (2024) appeared first on Above the Law.

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Dan Wade Brings Strategic Communication Expertise to Lawyerist

Lawyerist

Lawyerist is excited to welcome Dan Wade, Marketing Lead, to the team. Dan is an expert at strategic communications and brings seven years of marketing experience with him. He will spearhead efforts to increase brand awareness for Lawyerist and Affinity Consulting, ensuring the right message reaches the right audience. Dan resides in St. Paul, Minnesota, where he lives with his wife, daughter, and two cats (Avery and “the boy”).

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ILTA Honors Five Influential Women of Legal Tech

LawSites

A bit late with this, as it was announced earlier this week, but the International Legal Technology Association, in celebration of Women’s History Month, has named five women as its 2024 Influential Women in Legal Tech. The list recognizes outstanding women leaders in the global legal technology community based on their mentorship history and level of impact.

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AI in Banking and Finance, March 17, 2024

LLRX

This semi-monthly column by Sabrina I. Pacifici highlights news, government documents, NGO/IGO papers, industry white papers, academic papers and speeches on the subject of AI’s fast paced impact on the banking and finance sectors. The chronological links provided are to the primary sources, and as available, indicate links to alternate free [unpaywalled] versions.

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Warner Bros. Had To Have A Tasmanian Football Team Explain Where Its Taz Character Came From

Above the Law - Technology

From the in-the-details dept. The post Warner Bros. Had To Have A Tasmanian Football Team Explain Where Its Taz Character Came From appeared first on Above the Law.

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The 2024 California CIO Academy: Musings From an eDiscovery Guy

CloudNine

Spending the past 20+ years in forensics, eDiscovery, and investigations has kept me in a legal conference circuit lane, but this week I stepped into a new and interesting adjacent world: information technology leadership in public service. This conference is formally called the California Public Sector CIO Academy and its organizer, e.republic, hosted over 800 attendees from all over the state.

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Chasing the Duty of Competency in Legal Technology

NSLT

In some way or another, technology has impacted or even altered virtually every aspect of the practice of law. Especially during the pandemic, lawyers can practice anywhere in the world with available internet or Wi-Fi connection. Email and text messages have largely replaced letter writing and phone calls and computer research via laptop or smart phones has mostly replaced law library research and textbooks.

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Pete Recommends – Weekly highlights on cyber security issues, March 16, 2024

LLRX

Privacy and cybersecurity issues impact every aspect of our lives – home, work, travel, education, finance, health and medical records – to name but a few. On a weekly basis Pete Weiss highlights articles and information that focus on the increasingly complex and wide ranging ways technology is used to compromise and diminish our privacy and online security, often without our situational awareness.

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