When Pete Townshend wrote "Goin' Mobile," first produced by The Who on their 1971 album "Who's Next," little did he realize the tune would portend how lawyers, even those "Over 50," would receive their news and information. Recognizing the importance of mobility, LTN and its parent company ALM are adopting mobile as a preferred means to deliver the news.
Latham & Watkins is part of a small but growing number of players in Big Law to invade the app store, launching programs that anybody equipped with a smartphone or tablet can download for free.
There are two kinds of attorneys on airplanes: those who view their time in the sky as a respite from communications and those who have memorized the entire list of approved electronic devices. For both camps, in-flight Internet has largely been a disappointment.
Lexco Capital Partners has launched an online service to help businesses claim part of the settlement funds resulting from a Visa MasterCard class action lawsuit.
Nuu has launched the MiniKey for iPhone 5, a protective iPhone case with a built-in Bluetooth keyboard.
Bellevue, Wash.-based Boxwave introduced a slim keyboard case for the iPhone 5, which features a wireless Bluetooth keyboard with physical, backlit keys.
Thomson Reuters has upgraded its e-reader application, ProView eReader 1.6, which offers new search and annotation features, the New York-based company reported on April 4.
Samsung launched the Galaxy S4, the latest version of the leading competitor to Apple Inc.'s iPhone, Thursday night at Radio City Music Hall in New York.
In today's roundup of legal technology product news, Hamrick Software and Konica Minolta let smartphones scan, Retina-X helps disparate devices communicate, and Velawsity offers a new cloud service to help solos manage clients.
Despite documented gains in efficiency and productivity, there is valuable political capital that's lost when you are working from home. Vivia Chen, senior reporter for The American Lawyer, lists three opportunity costs of telecommuting.