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The legal expert services provider Harbor expanded its advisory and managed services on Tuesday by acquiring the legal management consulting practice from Stout, an investment bank and advisory firm.
Ex-Fugees rapper Prakazrel "Pras" Michel, who was convicted in April of foreign lobbying charges, has asked a Washington, D.C., federal judge for a new trial, arguing a litany of issues prejudiced trial proceedings against him, including allegations his former attorney used an experimental artificial intelligence program to draft closing arguments.
BigLaw lobbyists say artificial intelligence could be a game-changer in their daily work lives, but government affairs attorneys at some of Washington, D.C.'s biggest firms told Law360 Pulse that many in the industry are proceeding with caution, citing concerns about the accuracy of information and protecting client confidentiality.
Evolver Legal Services, a division of the information technology transformation and cybersecurity provider Evolver LLC, announced Monday the launch of a new service that provides artificial intelligence-backed data mining services during cybersecurity incident responses.
OpenAI, the maker of generative artificial intelligence technology used by law firms and legal tech companies, is currently facing a Federal Trade Commission investigation over its data practices, and the consequence of that probe could be more than a hefty fine.
Two contract software companies made progress in the legal technology industry this week by announcing new capital raises.
A pair of law professors have submitted a proposal to the Advisory Committee on Evidence Rules ahead of its fall meeting later this month to amend an evidence rule dealing with artificial intelligence to address authentication issues with generative AI like deepfakes.
While the next generation of lawyers are improving law firm culture, expectations for associates remain high — and sometimes unrealistically demanding. It can be challenging for young attorneys to know how to address toxic managers. Law360 Pulse asked some career experts how to handle a difficult boss.
The legal industry has a "moral imperative" to embrace artificial intelligence, Clio CEO Jack Newton said this week, even as Clio and other legal technology companies are launching their own AI tools that are still a work in progress.
This marked another busy week for the legal industry as BigLaw expanded practices and law firms responded to Israel's conflict with Hamas. Test your legal news savvy here with Law360 Pulse's weekly quiz.
E-discovery software developer Relativity has brought the University of New England School of Law in Australia into its Academic Partner Program, which provides curricula and software to college professors.
The mistakes made with the hands-off approach to Twitter and Facebook show that society needs to better regulate technology advances like artificial intelligence, but the structure needs to be flexible as AI rapidly changes, according to a group of legal and tech experts.
Investigation and litigation platform Everlaw announced Wednesday a multiyear partnership with e-discovery service CodexTen entailing an integration between the two services that they hope accelerates insights for attorneys during litigation.
A group of BigLaw firms formed a consortium this October to develop an on-demand training series on generative artificial intelligence for lawyers and other legal professionals. Here, one expert tasked with creating and updating the series shares her perspectives on AI and the law.
Perkins Coie LLP is replacing its longtime chief operating officer with a new hire who held the same post at Kobre & Kim LLP, according to an announcement Wednesday.
Chicago-based legal operations provider Harbor announced on Wednesday the hiring of a head of artificial intelligence and advanced tech engineering from investment bank and financial services company William Blair & Company.
Government case management and court record search provider iDocket.com earlier this week filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in Texas federal court, listing at least $10 million in debt, including a $5 million disputed claim by Florida software company IncluIT.
Washington, D.C.-based international business advisory firm FTI Consulting Inc. announced Tuesday that it has bolstered its technology segment with the hiring of two new managing directors in Germany for its digital insights and risk management team.
Mandatory mental health days, flexible scheduling and a burnout ratings scale are just some ways that a small law firm in Omaha has tried to support work-life balance.
The National Center for State Courts late last month laid out an expansion plan for its data analytics and forecasting team that it hopes will both make court information more accessible to the public and allow jurisdictions to better use data to understand the communities they serve.
San Francisco-based contract management startup Harbour announced Tuesday that it has raised $15 million in a Series A funding round, with the capital earmarked for scaling its operations.
Sullivan & Worcester LLP and Kobre & Kim LLP are among the international law firms with a presence in Israel that say their personnel are safe and working remotely amid the Middle Eastern country's conflict with Hamas.
Law firm cybersecurity does not have a one-size-fits-all solution, so there are questions law firms should ask security vendors to ensure they meet the needs of the firm and to determine whether new technologies meet best-in-class security standards, a lawyer said during a presentation Tuesday.
Artificial intelligence could someday level the playing field for lawyers and clients — or it could exacerbate deeply entrenched inequalities in the justice system, legal industry experts said on the first day of the Clio Cloud Conference on Monday.
While the majority of legal professionals plan to use artificial intelligence in the future, clients are more optimistic about the potential of this technology, according to a summary of a new survey report released Monday from legal technology giant Clio, which also introduced a proprietary generative AI tool.