Japanese courts to use web meetings to connect judges and counsel in suit preparations, planned for 2020.
Cash flow and billing ensures “one hundred percent” compliance – law firms spend over $200 million per annum on e-billing, says provider.
Fewer than one in four respondents report using machine learning or AI in their legal operations and technology, says a Bloomberg Law report.
Clyde & Co launches first-of-its kind off the shelf connected parametric insurance contract for insurers through its smart contract consultancy.
Chairman emeritus of global US law firm DLA Piper, Senator George Mitchell, flies into Dublin to mark opening of new office.
Firm joins forces with Syke Legal Engineering citing client demand for greater collaboration between law firms and other legal providers.
Launches online lawyer-matching service to enhance choosing external counsel, while a general counsel he used exercises to test law firm partners, including cleaning hotel toilets.
C-level executives, who have access to a company’s most sensitive information, are now the major focus for social engineering attacks.
The last three years sees significant rise as chief executives demanding change and better legal support, according to a report.
Columbia law adjunct professor takes on new biopharm role and Dolby general counsel immerses himself into new challenge in moves this week.