All Columns

5 Legal Consequences of Diving ‘All In’ on Social Media

By Benjamin Znaty and Marc Schuler, Bird & Bird |

Companies and lawyers should begin to learn the laws of individual platforms before trying to apply national and local legal concepts.

Overcoming the E-discovery Shot Clock Challenge

By Howard Reissner, Planet Data |

By marrying people and technology, mid-sized firms can go to the hoop more often, with more success, even with a shortened time to litigation.

Modern Oversight of Modern Information Risk

By Matt Kelly, RadicalCompliance |

No company can ever ‘solve’ the problem of information risk, but with the right policies and technology, they can govern it.

Ways to Encourage Adoption of 3 Key Legal Tech Solutions

By Thomas Suh, LTL Attorneys |

Encouraging attorneys in your firm to adopt TAR, case management tools and artificial intelligence may be difficult, but it is increasingly necessary.

Ask the Legal Tech Marketer: How to Maintain Long-Term Client Satisfaction

By LTN Staff |

Industry insiders provide tips on providing the services needed to guarantee client satisfaction.

A Sample Solution: The Hybrid Technique for Validating Categorical Privilege Logs

By Kathleen McDowell and Bobby Malhotra, Munger, Tolles and Olson |

This hybrid approach to privilege logging can reduce the number of documents to be individually logged while providing transparency and defensibility.

Ransomware: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

By Mark Sangster, eSentire, Cybersecurity Law and Strategy |

Ransomware has quickly emerged as a billion dollar industry and shows no sign of slowing down. So why is ransomware the ubiquitous nuisance it is? Simple: It works.

Where Machine Learning and AI Fit into the Legal Research Puzzle

By Ari Kaplan, Ari Kaplan Advisors |

On a recent podcast, Ari Kaplan spoke with LexisNexis’s Jeff Pfeifer on machine learning, Big Data, and the possibilities of analytics with today’s tools.

Don't Forget Small Data: Inside GE Select Connect

By Brad Blickstein, Blickstein Group |

Intimidated by Big Data? GE's law department believes it found a simple answer.

'Speaking the Same Language': Leaders From Big Law Make the Case for Metric Sharing

By Ian Lopez |

Companies and their outside counsel are both collecting useful information that they're not sharing with one another. Should both parties be more transparent to achieve their goals?

The GDPR: Current Considerations for Corporate Legal Counsel and Discovery Teams

By Ryan Costello, eTERA Consulting, Cybersecurity Law & Strategy |

The purported penalty scheme and steep financial consequence of non-compliance to the GDPR is, without question, an effort to get companies of all stripes to stand up and take notice.

Startups in Stealth Mode: Lying Low to Build Better

By Gabrielle Orum Hernández |

Ironclad and Judicata are among a set of legal tech startups that have leaned into their anonymity to develop their businesses.

Do Business, Regulatory Realities Trump Constitutional Principle in Gag Orders Fight?

By Rhys Dipshan |

Large tech companies’ ability to operate overseas may hinge largely on their challenges to gag orders prohibiting them from informing their customers of government collection

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3 Ways Wearables Are Impacting Lawyers

By Monica Zent, ZentLaw |

A look at what lawyers are doing now to help their practice through such wearables as smart watches.

Prescriptive Modelling: The Future of Data Analytics?

By Rhys Dipshan |

Speakers at the Corporate Legal Operations Consortium (CLOC) Conference will try to educate legal departments about using metrics to understand and meet future challenges.

It's Not You, It's Your Vendor: The Hidden Doorway to Phishing Attacks

By Eric Chuang and Doug Herman, BDO Consulting |

Without understanding the potential vulnerabilities service providers may bring, there is not much to protect organizations from highly sophisticated phishing attacks.