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3 Issues with Insurance for 3D Printing, Sharing Economy and Other Emerging Industries

By Michael S. Levine and Andrea L. DeField, Hunton & Williams |

Insureds should carefully scrutinize coverage provided by their legacy and cyber-specific policies to ensure that the coverage procured reflects their unique (and often evolving) risk profile.

Inventor Pablos Holman of  Intellectual Ventures.

Getting to the Right Question: Futurist Pablos Holman’s Plea at ILTACON Keynote

By Zach Warren |

At the opening keynote of the 40th ILTACON, Intellectual Ventures Lab’s Holman explains how the future comes from asking, ‘What can I make this do?’

Artificial Intelligence is Molding the Attorney of the Future

By Jeff Pfeifer, LexisNexis |

New applications for cognitive computing are on the horizon to help attorneys address evolving business challenges and make more intelligent, strategic decisions.

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Wells Fargo Breach Spotlights the Need for Discovery Competence

By Phil Favro, Driven |

Wells Fargo’s shortcomings inform lawyers of the need to take basic discovery measures to safeguard client information from inadvertent disclosure.

7 Tips to Make a Cyber Attack Comeback

By Jeff Ton, Bluelock, Cybersecurity Law & Strategy |

No matter how much money a firm is currently investing in cybersecurity, the reality is that it only takes one wrong click for a breach to occur.

Mainstream Alternatives: Cyber & ESI Certifications Making Moves in a New Era

By Jared Coseglia, TRU Staffing Partners |

Choosing certifications and education to invest in continues to be challenging, but worthwhile, for legal professionals. Here’s a look at two more launching this year.

What Courts Have Said About the Legality of Data Scraping

By Paven Malhotra and Andrea Nill Sanchez, Keker, Van Nest & Peters |

Parties have sought to stop scrapers using a number of legal bases, from the CFAA to copyright law.

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IoT Gadgets: Exploring the New Sources of Discoverable Evidence

By Michael Ciaramitaro, FRONTEO |

Personal assistants, fitness trackers, and automotive black boxes are among the devices whose data and metadata may have big impact in legal cases.

The Critical Role of Sampling in Discovery

By Phil Favro, Driven |

Sampling can simplify the discovery process while reducing expenses and wasted opportunity costs.

4 Ways Legal Technology Helps Law Firms Protect Client Data

By Haley Altman, Doxly CEO |

Though software security protocols may seem overwhelming, ignoring them will lead to much higher costs in the aftermath of a breach.

‘Doing AI’: What Legal Should Remember About Big Data

By Adi Prakash, Yerra Solutions |

The term AI may be exploited in legal in present, but AI technology can be part of a revolutionary future—if there are some fundamental shifts.

Are Your Post-Breach Forensic Reports Privileged?

By Brian E. Ray, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Cybersecurity Law & Strategy |

The Central District of California recently joined the courts that have held forensic reports created by outside security companies following a data breach are protected from disclosure in civil litigation in some cases.

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Achieving Cultural Alignment After a Legal Tech Merger

By Ari Kaplan, Ari Kaplan Advisors |

Ari Kaplan spoke with Lighthouse eDiscovery’s Brian McManus about the aftermath of the company’s merger with Discovia and more.

The IGP and CFSR: Transitioning Your E-Discovery Career Into a Cybersecurity One

By Jared Coseglia, TRU Staffing Partners |

The second part of this look at cybersecurity education and certifications explores two certifications that touch on both cybersecurity and e-discovery: the IGP and CFSR.

Nothing to LOL About: E-Discovery of Texts On the Rise

By Ryan G. Pitman and James M. Paulino II, Goldberg Segalla |

Recent court decisions should put all organizations on notice: Texts are discoverable, and failure to plan accordingly may result in problems.

Fighting Fraud in France: How Sapin II and E-Discovery Technology Can Help

By James Farnell, KrolLDiscovery |

As Sapin II comes into force, it will be increasingly important to turn to technology solutions to audit compliance programs and investigate fraud.

Cloud computing

E-Discovery Research Reveals a Focus on Cloud Adoption, In-Sourcing and Client Service

By Ari Kaplan, Ari Kaplan Advisors |

Ari Kaplan on his research of in-house and Am Law 200 e-discovery counsel, exploring current challenges and where companies are making investments.

The Texas Supreme Court Provides a ‘Form of Production’ Road Map for Litigants

By Carolyn Southerland, Morae Global |

Through In re State Farm Lloyds, Relator, the court provided a road map for resolution of parties’ disputes regarding form of production in e-discovery.

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.