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How To Select A Responsible AI Business Partner [Sponsored]

Above the Law - Technology

Law firms should partner with responsible tech companies that consider real-world implications and avoid bias, according to experts. When evaluating legal AI partners, consider these key indicators of professional responsibility. The post How To Select A Responsible AI Business Partner appeared first on Above the Law.

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You Be the Judge: The Involuntary Manslaughter Sentence that Rocked the Internet

Trellis.Law Blog

One of the judge biographies receiving an incredible amount of attention on Trellis is that of the Honorable Judge David R. Worley. The Ventura County Superior Court judge took the internet by storm earlier this year when he sentenced a… Continue reading → The post You Be the Judge: The Involuntary Manslaughter Sentence that Rocked the Internet first appeared on Trellis.Law Blog.

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The Trust Equation: The Most Important Formula for Developing New Business

Attorney at Work

Jay Harrington | Clients are buying based on a promise you’ll deliver in a high-stakes matter, which is why trust is so vital. The post The Trust Equation: The Most Important Formula for Developing New Business appeared first on Articles, Tips and Tech for Law Firms & Lawyers.

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Artificial Lawyer is Back – From April 10

Artificial Lawyer

Hi everyone, I have an announcement to make. As promised, I am returning from my sabbatical and Artificial Lawyer will be back to regular publishing from Wednesday, April 10.

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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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Supreme Court To Nick Sandmann: ‘Lol, No’ To Hearing His Omnibus Defamation Lawsuit Against News Orgs

Above the Law - Technology

Remember Nick Sandmann? He was the dude who became something of a Rorschach Test for how much your political beliefs (in any direction) influence your views of a short video, when EVERYONE HAD OPINIONS on his MAGA-hat wearing encounter with a Native American demonstrator, Nathan Phillips. Also, everyone magically became experts in reading body language and facial expressions. […] The post Supreme Court To Nick Sandmann: ‘Lol, No’ To Hearing His Omnibus Defamation Lawsuit Against News Orgs

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You Be the Judge: Spotlighting the Texas Judiciary on YouTube

Trellis.Law Blog

As of today, she has approximately 23,800 subscribers on YouTube. According to her bio on Trellis, the Hon. Stephanie R. Boyd is a judge for the 187th District Court in Bexar County, Texas. She was elected to the bench in… Continue reading → The post You Be the Judge: Spotlighting the Texas Judiciary on YouTube first appeared on Trellis.Law Blog.

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Recap: Healthcare Law and Compliance Institute

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I can’t stop thinking about our recent experience at the IPMI Healthcare Law and Compliance Institute. In late February, Nolan O’Connor and I headed to the beautiful Ritz Carlton Resort in Orlando to engage with a powerhouse group of hospital and healthcare lawyers and, we thought, educate them on the benefits of modern legal matter management.

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Meeting Efficiency Expectations Of Corporate Clients With Gen AI [Sponsored]

Above the Law - Technology

The LexisNexis 2024 Investing in Legal Innovation Survey revealed an intriguing gap in expectations regarding the use of generative AI in law firms between corporate clients and law firm leaders. The post Meeting Efficiency Expectations Of Corporate Clients With Gen AI appeared first on Above the Law.

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Law Firms Level Up: Maximizing Profits with Trellis’ Federal Court Data APIs

Trellis.Law Blog

Imagine you’re a chef in a large, bustling kitchen. You need ingredients constantly to cook your dishes, but instead of running to the pantry yourself every few minutes, you have a dedicated assistant. This assistant knows exactly where every spice,… Continue reading → The post Law Firms Level Up: Maximizing Profits with Trellis’ Federal Court Data APIs first appeared on Trellis.Law Blog.

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AI Hasn’t Replaced Lawyers (Yet) – Webinar

Artificial Lawyer

(Vendor Live Webinar) – ChatGPT launched 15 months ago and its ability to pass the bar exam propelled it into nearly every conversation in the legal industry.

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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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How to Scrub Metadata from Legal Documents: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Attorney at Work

Danielle DavisRoe | There are plenty of ways to scrub metadata from files before sharing them. Here's how to do it in Word and Acrobat. The post How to Scrub Metadata from Legal Documents: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly appeared first on Articles, Tips and Tech for Law Firms and Lawyers.

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The Intersection Of Human Creativity And AI: A Legal Renaissance

Above the Law - Technology

AI's foray into the creative domain, producing works that rival human creations, has sparked a debate on the future of creativity itself. The post The Intersection Of Human Creativity And AI: A Legal Renaissance appeared first on Above the Law.

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SAVE THE DATE: Internet Law Works-in-Progress Conference, SCU, March 8, 2025

Eric Goldman

After a multi-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the Internet Law Works-in-Progress conference is returning! ( Some background about the series ). The conference provides a venue for authors of Internet Law papers (broadly conceived) to workshop their drafts and get pre-publication feedback from peers. We are also putting together a game night that should feature a very rare gaming experience you won’t want to miss.

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‘Are We There Yet?’ – GenAI’s Impact So Far

Artificial Lawyer

As we approach the landmark Legal Innovators California conference, Artificial Lawyer caught up with one of our keynote speakers, Zach Abramowitz of advisory firm Killer.

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Powered By An Added 18M Cases, Lex Machina’s New ‘Litigation Footprint’ Visually Maps Parties’ Litigation Historys

LawSites

A new tool from the litigation analytics company Lex Machina , which is owned by LexisNexis, allows attorneys to view visual maps of a party’s litigation history in order to help illuminate the party’s relationships and litigation trends that might not otherwise be obvious but that could be a factor in crafting a litigation strategy or pitching new business.

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Maybe We’ve Got The Artificial Intelligence In Law ‘Problem’ All Wrong

Above the Law - Technology

Perhaps artificial intelligence could stand to be a little less human. The post Maybe We’ve Got The Artificial Intelligence In Law ‘Problem’ All Wrong appeared first on Above the Law.

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YouTube Defeats Claim Over Content Removal/Demonetization–Haocheng v. YouTube

Eric Goldman

Haocheng ran several monetized channels on YouTube. He claims that the Chinese Communist Party submitted takedown demands targeting his content, which YouTube ultimately honored. He sued YouTube claiming that the content removals breached YouTube’s contract. YouTube easily wins. The plaintiff claims that YouTube removed his content without providing the promised notice and without adequate cause.

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Deepfakes are still new, but 2024 could be the year they have an impact on elections

LLRX

Professor Eileen Culloty explains how deepfake audio technology is at a level of sophistication that makes detection difficult. Deepfake videos still struggle with certain human features, such as the representation of hands, but the technology is still young, and the 2024 election is in the direct path of its use.

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The LawNext Podcast Surpasses 250 Episodes of Chronicling the Innovators and Entrepreneurs Who Are Driving What’s Next In Law

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I realized today that my LawNext podcast recently hit a milestone — its 25oth episode. In fact, with the latest episode posted this week, we are up to 254 episodes. All 254 are shown in the image above or on this live-with-links episode gallery. When I started LawNext in 2018, I was no stranger to podcasting. Since 2005, I had cohosted Lawyer 2 Lawyer, along with Newport Beach, Calif., lawyer J.

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How To Fix Your Law Firm Data Management Issues — Permanently

Above the Law - Technology

If you’ve got the right data, you can get the right results. Learn how to make it happen on this Non-Eventcast episode. The post How To Fix Your Law Firm Data Management Issues — Permanently appeared first on Above the Law.

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Section 230 Preempts Clean Air Act Lawsuit Over “Defeat Device” Apps—U.S. v. EZ Lynk

Eric Goldman

This case involves “ defeat devices.” When installed on a car, they suppress or bypass emission controls designed to protect the environment. It’s terrible that anyone uses defeat devices because we urgently must do more, not less, to prevent climate change. Section 203 of the Clean Air Act bans the manufacture or sales of defeat devices. (Yes, I struggled throughout this post keeping 203 separate from 230).

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Pete Recommends – Weekly highlights on cyber security issues, March 31, 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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Time to Build Your Team: 5 Steps to Improve Your Law Firm Hiring Process

Attorney at Work

Just like everything in your practice, building a team is easier if you have a process to follow. The post Time to Build Your Team: 5 Steps to Improve Your Law Firm Hiring Process appeared first on Articles, Tips and Tech for Law Firms and Lawyers.

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Cybersecurity Statistics In 2024: Is Your Law Firm Protected?

Above the Law - Technology

Sixty-nine percent of organizations were infected by ransomware. It remains a plague. The post Cybersecurity Statistics In 2024: Is Your Law Firm Protected? appeared first on Above the Law.

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Roblox Must Defend Illegal Gambling Claims–Colvin v. Roblox

Eric Goldman

[A reminder that I don’t do April Fools’ pranks.] The court summarizes the allegations: Roblox has a virtual currency designed for use on its platform called “Robux.” Users can buy Robux and exchange them on the platform for in-game experiences. Developers create in-game experiences, and when they make Robux selling those experiences on the platform, Roblox will let them cash out.

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Deepfakes are still new, but 2024 could be the year they have an impact on elections

LLRX

Professor Eileen Culloty explains how deepfake audio technology is at a level of sophistication that makes detection difficult. Deepfake videos still struggle with certain human features, such as the representation of hands, but the technology is still young, and the 2024 election is in the direct path of its use.

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US and UK sign bilateral agreement to develop safety tests for AI models

Legal IT Insiders

The UK and US yesterday (Monday 1 April) signed a Memorandum of Understanding which will see them work together to develop tests for the most advanced artificial intelligence (AI) models, […] The post US and UK sign bilateral agreement to develop safety tests for AI models appeared first on Legal IT Insider.

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With Goal of Promoting Open Access to Legal Scholarship, Yale Law School Launches Law Archive

Above the Law - Technology

With the goal of making legal scholarship freely available outside of “proprietary and predatory frameworks,” Yale Law School has launched Law Archive , a free and open archive for publishing legal scholarship. Developed by Yale’s Lillian Goldman Law Library and the Center for Open Science (COS), which provides the OSF Preprints platform that hosts the site, the archive enables researchers and scholars to upload research plans, preprints (articles yet to be peer reviewed), fu

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Techniques for writing effective legal AI prompts

NSLT

Improve your AI output by including the right information and avoiding common pitfalls Our first post in this series provided an overview of how large language models (LLMs) work, the benefits and limitations of these models, and why the quality of their output depends on the quality of the prompts you give them. We also explained why evaluating and deciding how to apply LLM-powered tools requires a degree of AI literacy, or at least a fundamental understanding of how LLMs work.

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LLRX March 2024 Issue

LLRX

Articles and Columns for March 2024 2024 Link Guide to Generative AI Resources – Marcus P. Zillman’s guide is a selective listing of open Generative AI resources that includes current awareness reports, guides, research tools, resources and applications from the open metaverse and Chat GPT. These references include AI best practices to facilitate implementing AI.

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Incarcerated men sue DOCCS to view April 8 solar eclipse–Times-Union

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The six men, of varying backgrounds, argue that viewing the eclipse is part of their belief system By Steve Hughes The complaint filed Friday in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York alleges the six men will have their constitutional rights violated if they aren’t allowed to observe the eclipse from the prison yard , calling it a religious event they need to witness and reflect upon as part of their faiths.

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All Aboard! How To Get Intake Right In A Law Firm [Sponsored]

Above the Law - Technology

If your client journey is more like an off-road experience, this episode of the Non-Eventcast is for you. The post All Aboard! How To Get Intake Right In A Law Firm appeared first on Above the Law.

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Luminance Raises $40 Million in Funding Round Led by March Capital

Legal Tech Blog

Luminance, calling itself the leader in ‘legal-grade’ AI, announced that it has raised $40 million in a Series B funding round. The investment is led by Santa Monica-based growth-stage venture firm, March Capital, with participation from National Grid Partners and other existing investors, including Slaughter and May. Luminance’s specialist legal Large Language Model (LLM) automates the generation, negotiation and analysis of contracts and other legal documents for a rapidly growing customer ba

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AI in Banking and Finance, March 31, 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 versions.

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The Register meets the voice of Siri Down Under–The Register

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Karen Jacobsen had no idea what she was getting into when she applied for a very odd job in 2002 Simon Sharwood In 2002 Australian singer-songwriter Karen Jacobsen was living in New York City when she was offered the chance to audition for a job that required a voiceover artist with a native Australian accent, resident in the north-east of the USA, to record a voice model that would be used for … nobody quite knew what.

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