Published: February 19, 2013
Tags: CLE, computer-assisted review, e-discovery, electronic discovery, electronically stored information, ESI, Facebook, iPad, iPad apps, iPad mini, legal technology, LegalTech, practice management, predictive coding, settlements, social media, technology
Lawyers USA reports on items of interest to solos and small firm attorneys from the annual LegalTech conference, including software that can predict where a case will settle.
The prospect of investing in technology strikes fear into the hearts of many sole practitioners and small firms.
Ross Kodner and John Simek recently offered their expertise at an ALI/ABA webinar entitled “Buying Smart: Technology for Solos and Small Firms.”
Trial lawyers keep finding new ways, some expected and others surprising, to use the iPad to settle cases, prepare for litigation and try cases.
The big change is that lawyers have moved from using the iPad purely for content consumption to putting it to work in all aspects of litigation.
Here is a summary of our coverage of the changes to the technological landscape of the legal profession in 2010, as well as some of the changes you can look forward to in the year ahead.
NEW YORK – LegalTech 2010 got off to a busy start, with lawyers and tech experts crowding exhibit halls and conference rooms to find out the latest news on e-discovery and legal technology services and products.
Here’s a look at some of the most interesting new offerings.