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ABA Techshow 2013: A mobile experience

Every year in early spring, legal technology enthusiasts from across the United States and Canada converge upon the Chicago Hilton to attend the American Bar Association’s legal technology conference, ABA Techshow. For those unfamiliar with this conference, it’s sponsored the ...

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Legal Loop: ABA opines on judges using social media

The majority of jurisdictions that have addressed the issue of judges having social media connections have concluded that it is generally permissible for judges to become online “friends” with attorneys appearing before them, as long as the judges are careful ...

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Legal Loop: A look at Android resources for lawyers

Lawyers love their mobile devices. In fact, as reported in the American Bar Association’s 2012 Legal Tech Survey, a whopping 89 percent of lawyers now use smart phones. And, not surprisingly, one of the most drastic increases in lawyers using ...

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Legal Loop: What’s coming in legal innovation in 2013

At the end of January, I attended LegalTech 2013, a legal technology conference sponsored every year by American Lawyer Media. This conference is attended by thousands of legal and IT professionals seeking to learn about the latest legal technologies and ...

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LegalTech 2013: Old habits die hard, but die they do

It’s February again. And if you’re a regular reader of mine, you know what that means: it’s once again time for my annual article on LegalTech. If you’re not familiar with this conference, which was held in Manhattan last week, ...

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Legal Loop: Lexis’ new tool is innovative, but for whom?

UPDATE: A LexisNexis representative has advised me that there was some confusion regarding the information I originally received regarding pricing and that MedMal Navigator is indeed available as a stand-alone product. In that case, as I discussed below, offering it ...

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