Electronic filing of court documents will become mandatory throughout Florida's court system in October 2013 on a phased system set by the state's high court.
Accusoft introduced an Android-based application that helps users connect a scanner to tablet devices via USB.
Vocal Technologies announced the release of enhanced TR-069 application protocol with integrated fax image capture and extraction.
The Legal Talk Network has unveiled its new free Droid application for listeners to engage a roster of podcasts, which include Law Technology News' editor-in-chief Monica Bay's Law Technology Now (in partnership with ALM).
Fastcase announced today a new product to give lawyers their first look at judicial opinions in e-book format for free, reports Sean Doherty, LTN's technology editor.
Shpoonkle, a web service that connects consumers with lawyers, and the Lawyers' Video Studio aim to create free educational videos to help clients pick their attorneys.
When it comes to privately owned (or privately held) companies, sometimes a wealth of corporate information just isn't available. Research librarian Jocelyn Stilwell-Tong tells you where to look.
Attorneys can use social media to learn about potential jurors as long as they do not communicate with them, according to a new ethics opinion by the New York City Bar.
Consultant Jeffrey Brandt reviews attorney Nicole Black's Cloud Computing for Lawyers, which introduces cloud computing to solo and small firm lawyers.