A Roundtable Discussion
Experts share their experience and insight on the evolving acceptance and use of AI and advanced analytics tools for e-discovery — and beyond.
In an environment of moving targets, it seems unimaginable that insurance against cybersecurity attacks can be robust enough to provide real protection. There are many types of risks involved, and some include physical damage to property.
Ankur Sheth and Jano Bermudes
Apart from headline grabbing attacks, we are now seeing an epidemic of cyber attacks. Concern has shifted from dealing with data being stolen and sold on the dark Web to handling serious ransomware and destructive attacks, where attackers are looking for immediate monetary output.
With countries around the world examining and strengthening their data protection laws, this agreement could be the first of many and will undoubtedly have global repercussions.
A would-be class action against Barnes & Noble could have cost the bookseller hundreds of millions of dollars — not to mention a reputational hit for allegedly sharing private information about its customers’ online video purchases with Facebook.
Tech giants’ privacy counsel and U.S. senators discussed opt-in policies, lengthy, legalese-filled privacy notices and location tracking. The discussion aimed to further shape a potential U.S. federal data privacy law.
One In a Continuing Series of Articles Looking At Legal Tech Innovation and the Story Behind It
In seeing clients’ pain-points and becoming intimately engaged with their internal processes, my colleagues and I resolved to address a problem that many of our clients may not have even known they could fix. Our overriding goal from the outset was to fill the efficiency void that was so obvious in all of the feedback we were receiving from clients across the board by developing a fully integrated, end-to-end legal workflow platform.
The Federal Circuit’s Threat to Software Innovation in the Oracle v. GoogleDecisions<
The Federal Circuit decisions in the Oracle v. Google copyright case rattled Silicon Valley not simply because the decisions upended software developers’ understandings of copyright law, but also because the decisions do not comport with the disruptive ethos of the technology industry.
Laura Jehl, Robert Musiala, Linda Goldstein, Fernando Bohorquez and Amy Mudge
While inflated expectations abound, the advertising industry is emerging as one of the more immediate, substantive and compelling use cases for blockchain technology.
Thomas McThenia and Richard Markow
Like poorly-behaved school children, new technologies and intellectual property (IP) are increasingly disrupting the M&A establishment. Cybersecurity has become the latest disruptive newcomer to the M&A party.