To close out my week-long feature of legal technology blogs, I give you the LexTek Report, a feature of Chicago Lawyer Magazine. It features articles on legal technology topics, including e-discovery, CRM implementation, and mobile technology.
Our next “Legal Technology Week” blog: The e-Discovery Myth is a blog devoted to dispelling misconceived notions related to e-Discovery. Even better, it’s written by the great e-discovery lawyers at LeClair Ryan, including my good friend and former colleague Dennis Kiker. Dennis […]
I’m midway through “Legal Technology Week,” and today’s blog isn’t about legal technology per se. But it’s about blogs, which I think are definitely great technology tools for lawyers. The Blog Law Blog is written by Eric Johnson, a law professor at the University of North Dakota School of […]
It’s legal technology week here at Inter Alia, in celebration of the 25th Anniversary of ABA TECHSHOW. Today we turn to the world of e-discovery, with the E-Discovery Law Alert, from The New York/New Jersey firm Gibbons. They’re discussing developments in electronic […]
This week I’m at ABA TECHSHOW my favorite legal technology conference. While I’m there, I thought I would devote the week to new and interesting legal technology blogs that I’ve come across in the past few months.
Today we’ll start with a new friend of mine, and co-speaker with […]
We’ll stick in New Jersey for our last blog this week, the New Jersey Business Dissolution Journal. You’ll find recent posts on fiduciary duties in unfair competition cases, employer email policies, indemnification of directors, and partnership agreement disclosures, among others. It’s published by Jay McDaniel of […]
Today’s blog comes from a firm with a name I haven’t seen before. From the firm Attorneys at Oscislawski, LLC, based in Princeton, New Jersey, comes Legal Health Information Exchange, a blog discussing legal issues relating to electronic health information exchange. You’ll find posts on data mining, […]
It’s that time of the week where I feature a blog that hasn’t posted lately. This week it’s the Minnesota Workers’ Compensation Advocate, which is published by the firm of Heimerl & Lammers. Most of the posts are answers to questions that clients might have, which are […]
If you’re going to write a blog about criminal law in Pittsburgh, it definitely helps to have been a former Pittsburgh police officer. Such is the case with the Pittsburgh Criminal Law Blog, which is published by Gerald McNamara. He’s primarily posting about DUI topics, including sobriety […]
My friends over at Rocket Matter also have a blog, but not about the product they sell – it’s all about providing creative and useful insights into the business of law when it comes to alternative fee arrangements, social medial, and other current topics. The blog is called
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