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A briefing on the underlying technology, pursuant regulatory issues and realistic implementation pathways of Blockchain. The panel was moderated by Robert Brownstone, of Fenwick & West LLP, and featured Ryan Straus, of Fenwick & West; Theodore J. Mlynar, of Hogan Lovells, LLP; Nancy Liao, of Yale Law School Center for the Study of Corporate Law; and Pallab Cakraborty, a cybersecurity and privacy counsel and AI and legal technology thought leader.
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Kaylee Walsted of ACEDS, in partnership with Relativity, recorded a live stream of Wednesday’s Legalweek panel, “AI to eDiscovery: Innovation in Legal Education.” The panel was moderated by David Horrigan of Relativty, and featured Honorable Xavier Rodriguez, US District Judge and Adjunct Professor of Law at St. Mary’s University School of Law; Mary Mack, of

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New apps and technology tools are changing the way companies do business and conduct discovery. But making sure these technologies are compliant and secure means combatting a “major disconnect between legal and IT,” according to Brett Tarr, legal counsel for Caesars Entertainment Corp.

Tarr, who heads the Las

This morning’s Legalweek keynote featured a panel discussion about the state of fake news, and included Tori Ekstrand, a professor at UNC’s School of Media and Journalism; Charles J. Glasser, Jr. Esq., a professor at NYU’s Journalism School and former Media Counsel for Bloomberg L.P.; Stuart Karle, a professor at Columbia University Graduate School of

[Original post from Robert Ambrogi at Law Sites Blog]

On Monday, I blogged about the launch by ROSS Intelligence, the AI-based legal research platform, of EVA, a free product that analyzes briefs and performs various functions, including determining whether the cases they cite are still good law.

After hearing about EVA, the folks

Post by Stephen Embry, author of TechLaw Crossroads

Steve Kovalan and Nicholas Bruch both of ALM gave an interesting opening presentation today at LegalWeek18 on the state of the legal market. They started by debunking the notions that traditional law firms are doomed by the irresistible forces of technology and innovation or, on the