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LegalTech West Coast kicks off Tuesday with keynote from D. Casey Flaherty. Monica Bay interviews Cisco's ethics team and Stanford Law's Roland Vogl. [MORE]
The 9th annual Electronic Discovery Reference Model kickoff meeting wrapped up in Saint Paul, Minn., to set the agenda and direction for the year. All participants agreed that we continue to operate in the 1% bubble and the e-discovery community needs to find better ways to reach out to the other 99%. However, this problem seems to be solving itself. [MORE]
Mother's Day is a great opportunity to treat your favorite mom to a new tech experience.
BeyondRecognition's John Martin says he discovered 7,500+ incidents of privacy invasions in the classic Enron email public database. [MORE]
Pen and paper is an inferior option for executing legally binding agreements. Yet a recent study commissioned by Adobe Systems Inc. found that 98 percent of surveyed managers "still rely on hard copy in the 'last mile' to deliver contracts to get clients and customers to sign on the dotted line." Such madness needs to cease. Electronic signatures are an idea whose time has long since come. [MORE]
Overbilling is something that all consumers of legal services should know about and protect themselves from. There are several actions that a client can and should take to protect itself from possible overbilling abuses such as those alleged in the DLA Piper matter.
David Cowen, president and managing director of The Cowen Group, brought together just the right combination of people on Thursday in midtown Manhattan to generate a spirited conversation around Big Data and Google's Jack Halprin spoke on "The Cloud: Fear, Irrationality, and Reality," at the City Club in San Francisco but right out of the box, he changed the vocabulary.
Next! LTN Picks of Upcoming Panels & Events: This week includes an e-discovery boot camp, the Civil Rules Committee, Big Data, and drones. [MORE]
With spring in the air, it's a good time to identify favorite activities, products, law firms, services, apps, and websites that can help reduce our "carbon footprint." It all adds up to 12 (actually, a baker's dozen 13) green ideas on April 12. [MORE]
Michael Arkfeld is on a quest to identify the next generation of e-discovery leaders; Heather Schultz finds apps that help guests share joyful wedding pictures, and we bid adieu to a legal technology veteran. [MORE]