For the jury in U.S. v. Nosal, which began hearing opening statements Monday, the case may come down to who has the better PowerPoint, rather than their understanding of a controversial and complicated 1984 law, the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
San Francisco-based legal services provider Rocket Lawyer announced new Apple iOS and Android app, "Rocket Lawyer on Call," at the South by Southwest event in Austin, Texas.
In the wake of a massive cyberattack on the South Carolina Department of Revenue, the state's top judge assured lawmakers Wednesday that the court system was secure from hackers.
Denver-based LawToolBox.com has added new customization capabilities such as creating deadline calendars and rule-based templates to its eponymous software-as-a-service offering.
San Antonio-based Picture It Settled, LLC, launched at LegalTech New York its namesake web-based software, which uses predictive analytics to aid litigators in negotiating settlements.
Irvine, Calif.-based eDepoze has announced the release of deposition software, which combines a hosted document repository with an iPad interface to make the deposition process digital.
A half-dozen companies in court technology and legal research will be first-time exhibitors at LegalTech New York from January 29 to 31 at the Hilton New York.
Video deposition service YesLaw recently announced its transition from DVD publisher to online streamer, with plans to deliver deposition videos, transcripts, and exhibits over the internet.
The calendar year 2012 winds down and as the 12 days of Christmas will soon be upon us, LTN's Reporter Evan Koblentz suggests a dozen gifts for tech-minded legal professionals.
Charleston, S.C.-based Bench & Bar announced Thursday the release of JuryPad, an app for Apple's iPad and iPad mini, designed to assist trial attorneys during voir dire and build a searchable database of prospective jurors.