Editor’s note: This is the second part of a series looking at the intersection of plaintiffs firms and emerging technologies.
Daniel Lieber and Jeff Bennett were both working as paralegals at a Philadelphia personal injury firm, getting ready to go to law school, when they recognized just how much data law firms handle on a daily basis. There are the hundreds of data points about the client calling in with a possible case, the billions of bytes stored in the firm’s hard drives, the countless files being passed back and forth with each referral, or discovery dump.
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