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A preliminary report from the Texas bar's artificial intelligence task force offered a sweeping look at the challenges and opportunities the technology presents for the legal profession in the state, with possible recommendations touching on attorney ethics, the use of AI in the court system, and other topics.
A California bill introduced in the state Senate on Thursday would prohibit the use of artificial intelligence to falsify someone's identity or use their likeness without consent and establish standards for identifying duped evidence in court proceedings.
Augmented reality in courtrooms is years away at best, but recent advancements have inspired legal experts to imagine how this technology might improve evidence presentations in courts.
Legal technology company Casepoint announced on Monday the rollout of a new offering to manage Freedom of Information Act requests alongside its existing e-discovery capabilities.
Law360 is looking for avid readers of its publications to serve as members of its 2024 editorial advisory boards.
Law firms have continued to raise billing rates in 2023, according to a report released Friday that broke down average billable rates across timekeeper roles, including partners, associates and paralegals.
Legal operations support provider Harbor Global LLC has launched an innovation lab focused on testing and developing solutions using advanced technologies and processes for law firms and in-house legal departments.
A service of process and e-filing platform's largest capital raise to date tops this roundup of recent industry news.
Since artificial intelligence developer OpenAI debuted ChatGPT, several legal tech companies and law firms have launched their own tools leveraging generative AI. Here is a look at how Dechert LLP is using the technology.
The legal industry’s busy January continued this week as BigLaw firms elevated attorneys and expanded their reach into growing markets. Test your legal news savvy here with Law360 Pulse’s weekly quiz.
The Ninth Circuit is forming a committee to guide the court on artificial intelligence issues, according to a Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP partner and member of the committee who spoke to Law360 about judicial efforts to address the emerging technology.
Privacy has become a critical element of customer trust, with 94% of organizations saying their customers would not buy from them if they did not protect data properly, according to a new study released Thursday.
As overall lateral hiring slowed in 2023, a new report from Leopard Solutions found that the top 200 U.S. law firms have continued to extend their recruitment efforts beyond their usual networks, bringing in attorneys from smaller firms at the same rate as their BigLaw counterparts.
The New Jersey Supreme Court spelled out preliminary guidelines Thursday for the use of artificial intelligence in the practice of law, cautioning attorneys to avoid such pitfalls as "fake case law" as they implement the emerging technology.
Two worlds collided for Hank Greenberg with the outbreak of Israel-Hamas war last fall. The Greenberg Traurig LLP shareholder visited Israel in late October as a delegate for the Jewish Federations of North America, and during his stay, he took advantage of partnerships struck up when he was president of the New York State Bar Association to bring pro bono legal help to some of the citizens of the country.
The Federal Trade Commission said Thursday that enforcers have requested information from Google, Amazon, Microsoft and others about recent investments and partnerships involving generative artificial intelligence and cloud services to understand their impact on competition.
Following a period of rapid expansion, the headcount growth at some virtual-oriented law firms has leveled off in recent years, a shift some attribute to the widespread adoption of remote work policies by traditional brick-and-mortar law firms and increased productivity fueled by integrating new technologies.
Spellbook, a document automation and company management software provider, announced on Wednesday the closing of a $20 million Series A funding round, bringing its total funding to over $30 million.
Winston & Strawn LLP is the latest major law firm to create a committee dedicated to artificial intelligence, saying in a Wednesday announcement that its new strategy group will place a particular focus on generative AI.
E-discovery and document review company Consilio LLC announced on Wednesday that it plans to reorganize its talent solutions businesses in the U.S. and U.K. under the name Lawyers on Demand, which the company acquired last year.
Amid increased consolidation in the e-discovery sector, litigation support company Complete Legal acquired legal services provider Frontline Managed Services' e-discovery unit on Wednesday.
San Diego-based Trust & Will, a digital estate planning platform, announced a slew of executive-level hires Monday following a year of significant revenue growth, including a former attorney at DocuSign and CBS as its chief legal officer.
EY lawyer Liban Jama envisions the technology of artificial intelligence evolving in two or three years so that in-house counsel will be interacting comfortably and seamlessly with generative AI, as though they were talking to another human being.
CS Disco announced on Tuesday the promotion of two senior leaders to the positions of chief customer officer and chief human resources officer, two weeks after the embattled company suddenly parted with its former sales leader.
In the summer of 2020, Nick Chu, a young justice of the peace in Austin, Texas, made history by presiding over the nation's first virtual criminal jury trial.