By Legaltech News | March 28, 2023
A running compilation of how the legal landscape continues to be shaped by generative AI tools, from GPT technologies to art generation tools and beyond.
The American Lawyer | Analysis
By Justin Henry | March 21, 2023
A set of Legalweek panelists want to standardize the use of data across their firms, but they face the challenge of different practice groups and industry teams having different data needs.
By Alexander Lugo | March 16, 2023
The eight-attorney team, led by three partners, joins from Morris, Manning & Martin.
By Rhys Dipshan | March 14, 2023
While a worst-case-scenario was avoided after the FDIC backstopped SVB's deposits, the impact of the bank's demise will likely reverberate across the legal tech market, which has numerous ties to SVB, for weeks and months to come.
By Isha Marathe | February 24, 2023
A lack of knowledge about FRE 502(d)—the easiest and most fool-proof of safety nets—has kept attorneys and judges from utilizing the valuable claw back provision. But Judges Andrew Peck and Paul Grimm warn that, with increasing digital evidence, such ignorance is tantamount to malpractice.
By Stephanie Wilkins | February 17, 2023
Legaltech News recently sat down with Tewson to discuss the incident, why she started investigating DoNotPay, the recent fraud lawsuit she initiated, and more.
Daily Report Online | Analysis|Commentary
By Kim Peretti, Dan Felz and Alysa Austin | February 15, 2023
Part One of a Two-Part Article Despite the steady growth of global AI adoption, there is no comprehensive federal legislation on AI in the United States. Instead, the U.S. has a patchwork of various current and proposed AI regulatory frameworks. It is critical for organizations looking to harness this novel technology to understand these frameworks and to prepare to operate in compliance with them.
By Isha Marathe | February 13, 2023
Helm360 is using Open AI's ChatGPT-3 technology to power its flagship chatbot Termi. However, given the generative AI's inaccuracies, the chatbot isn't meant to be client-facing.
By Isha Marathe | February 9, 2023
AI-generated art is the Wild West of copyright infringement, but Getty Images throwing its hat in the ring is likely to have significant legal ramifications for the budding technology.
By Cassandre Coyer | February 8, 2023
From cooperation to evidence-based positions on scope and search, a UF Law E-Discovery Conference panel shared some of the best practices to successfully preserve collaboration app data.
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