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About Wilson Turner Kosmo Wilson Turner Kosmo is the largest certified women-owned law firm in San Diego, and one of the largest in California. Founded in 1991, the 60+ attorney firm represents the litigation and counseling needs of companies on…
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Join Judge Rangel and Trellis Founder and CEO Nicole Clark on the Beyond the Gavel Podcast as they discuss the revolutionary legal intelligence employed by Trellis and why it differs from traditional legal databases like Westlaw and LexisNexis. Listen in…
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The following piece was published by the National Employment Lawyers Association New York Chapter to their site on June 6, 2024. I am Nicole Clark, CEO and co-founder of Trellis, and want to give you an example of how artificial…
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We’re thrilled to share that Trellis has been named Best Trial Data Analytics Platform 2024 – USA … for the Legal Elite Awards 2024 hosted by New World Report!  New World Report’s merit-based Legal Elite Awards 2024 honor the outstanding…
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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…
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Below is an intro excerpt from our CEO Nicole Clark‘s insightful Litigation Finance Journal article (out today!) on how #LitigationFinance Teams can conduct due diligence, identify opportunities & set alerting — across the US state trial court system! “Nobody knows…
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Last week, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) finalized a rule prohibiting noncompete agreements, except those with senior executives. Legal action ensued as the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and other business groups filed a lawsuit challenging the rule in a U.S.…
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🔥 🎊 🏆 In collaboration with the Association of Corporate Counsel, CLOC (Corporate Legal Operations Consortium), In-House Connect, and others, stoked for Trellis Law to have WON Best 2024 Legal TAM Award — for Legal Research/Analytics — by Theorem LTS! …
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🎉 Hooray!! Honored for Trellis Law to be recognized by Tracxn — in their Top Emerging Startups in #Legaltech 2024 Awards! So amazing (and humbling) to be recognized (again!) as a most promising startup leading the Legal Tech industry. Tracxn ratings were…
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Summer is approaching, and for those in law school, this means internships, clerkships, pivotal research projects for law review or moot court, and bar review.  Indeed, at every turn, law students face the challenge of ensuring their work-product rises to…
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Judge Laurie Peterson, a judge for the Criminal Court of the City of New York, trended on Trellis last week for sentencing Allen H. Weisselberg, Trump’s former Chief Financial Officer, to five additional months in Rikers Prison for perjury. Did…
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In a March 18th press release, the SEC announced an agreement by two firms to settle charges and pay $400,000 in total civil penalties. The two investment advisers, Delphia (USA) Inc. and Global Predictions Inc., were found to have made…
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Today’s document deep dive focus is on the recent California Court of Appeals decision to remand Wozniak v. YouTube, LLC to the Superior Court of Santa Clara County and the Hon. Peter H. Kirwan. The lawsuit, filed in August 2018,…
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Last week, Judge Cheryl A. Mathews sentenced James and Jennifer Crumbley, parents of the Oxford, Michigan school shooter, to 10-15 years in prison for manslaughter. This precedent-setting case marks the first time parents were held accountable for a mass school…
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On April 11, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) published comprehensive guidance to address the growing incorporation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in legal practices, especially concerning patent and trademark applications. Let’s dive into the critical aspects of this…
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