Made your list and checked it twice? Don’t forget about the most important law and technology developments in 2012 — which can also help guide in-house counsel in the new year. Here, Foley & Lardner attorney Adam Losey, who also edits the online nonprofit IT-Lex and is a member of the editorial advisory board for Law Technology News (a sibling publication of The Legal), walks us through his top six tech issues of the year:
The first case law on this issue emerged this year, with courts in New York, Virginia and Louisiana greenlighting the application of computer analytics to discovery. And given how much money companies “waste” on discovery, Losey said, “it’s really important to figure out ways to harness technology to do that better.”
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