Often, a compliance team may have an archiving solution in place, only to discover their archives aren’t capturing their full dynamic site experience. Sometimes, they find that their archives haven’t captured anything at all beyond a login screen. Or they discover they’re only archiving a single customer experience when there are dozens of possible experiences that are being missed. Some
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While some lawyers view incivility as a relatively minor transgression, a recent New York Supreme Court decision shows incivility can be costly.
Justice Andrea Masley’s decision is noteworthy not only because of the steep penalties she imposed but also because of the strength of the opinion itself. Justice Masley rejected the notion that incivility is simply vigorous advocacy and instead
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From : Blog Entry >> AshLea’s Blog EntryHybrid operations are here to stay but building a hybrid office strategy that works? That’s a challenge. Until now. Maptician is the end-to-end solution for hybrid operations. We help law firms get their hands around optimizing space and people, solving complex and ever-evolving hybrid challenges in a simple, intuitive platform that makes
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One of the most important areas in the blockchain space is around testing smart contracts. Since everything is reliant on code, the key is to identify potential holes in contracts, which could lead to massive breaches or losses of money. Immunefi is a place where hackers and companies meet to help find bugs in code and reward the white hat
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Lawpath, an eight-year-old Australian company that has become the leading legal document and contract management platform for small businesses in that country, has now launched in the United States to serve American small businesses.
You might think of Lawpath as similar to LegalZoom. In fact, LegalZoom is a major investor in the company, which has raised $14.4 million in
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Reynen Court, the so-called app store for legal technology, today launched a general solicitation stock offering in order to bring on individual lawyers and “legal technology enthusiasts” as investors in the company. 
The offering, which is described at invest.reynencourt.com, is being made under Rule 506(c) of the federal securities laws, which provides an exemption to the general prohibition
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This week we have Debbie Reynolds, “The Data Diva,” join us to discuss the current state of data regulations, privacy, access, and what’s on the horizon for data in the legal industry. Debbie is a 2022 ABA Women in Legal Tech Honoree and the host of The Data Diva Talks Privacy Podcast.

According to Debbie, there
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We  had some great tips and content at the Oklahoma Bar Association Solo and Small Firm Conference this summer. I wrote about it in the Oklahoma Bar Journal, but forgot to cross post it here. This piece includes some of the best tips. Thanks so much to Brett Burney and Kenton Brice for the great tips they shared.
The 2022
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Something I hear repeatedly from legal professionals is that it is difficult to find articles that provide practical guidance on choosing, implementing and using legal tech.
With our recent launch of the LawNext Legal Technology Directory, one of our goals has been to help fill this gap by building a robust, freely accessible resource center with truly practical articles
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With the recent ruling in Red Wolf Energy v. BIA Capital Mgmt. where a judge awarded a default judgment sanction against the defendants for  “repeated” discovery misconduct, including failing to produce a smoking gun Slack exchange, collaboration data is now firmly within established caselaw as ESI that must be preserved and produced as part of discovery.In the wake of the
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