Legal Tech New York vendors are launching
new mobile options for managing litigation.
60 NEW YORK, NEW YORK
The southern district is leading the charge for
66 RAZOR’S EDGE
David Gordon in the courtroom "hot seat."
68 VENDOR VOICE
Judges, lawyers are speeding the use of predictive
coding, uncertain of where they are headed.
Judge Shira Scheindlin and Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck
LTN Award This year’s winners reflect
a diversity of creative projects and
Cross Border Federal Judge Shira
Scheindlin demystifies international
Privacy Illustrated J. Trevor Hughes
uses fine art and You Tube images to
show nuanced international concepts.
Legal Tech New York Must-see key-
notes, plenary sessions, and seminars.
Cooked Books Things get ugly
after Hewlett-Packard writes down its
Compare & Contrast Sean Doherty
evaluates Wi-Fi mobile storage units
that complement BYOD.
Communiqué U.S. District Court
Magistrate Judge James C. Francis IV
says it's time for judicial modesty.
Ball in Your Court Go native and
stop processing electronically stored
information via .tiff or load files.
Primer John Edwards explains how
predictive analytics helps harness law
firm data collections.
Best Practices Kenneth Jones
learned that IT had to recalibrate when
firm lawyers wanted to work offline.
Exemplar White & Case tackles
email overload and helps lawyers
manage their attention.
Web Watch Robert J. Ambrogi
tracks the progress of legal websites,
including Avvo and VerdictSearch.
Speed Bumps Is predictive coding
moving too fast — or not fast enough
to best serve litigants.
Backwards Forwards Adam Losey
identifies six 2012 tech issues for
in-house to watch in 2013.