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Far from retreating in response to a devastating global pandemic, legal organizations and legal professionals have adapted decisively and with agility. They are accelerating adoption of next-generation technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), data analytics and data visualization. They have not only embraced remote work but are also actively exploring the untapped potential of virtual collaboration among legal team members and with clients. They also continue to seek innovative technology solutions to help lawyers perform routine tasks, refine legal workflows and increase productivity — even as their investments in physical workspaces are expected to decline.
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By Mark Sangster
In response to the worst period on record for cyber attacks, the ABA published Formal Opinion 498 to address practicing law outside of the traditional brick-and-mortar office environment. It reminds lawyers that while the ABA Model Rules permit virtual practice, they provide minimum requirements and recommendations for virtual practice, particularly in the areas of competence, confidentiality and supervision.
By Emil Sayegh
With each successive large-scale cyber attack, it is slowly becoming clear that ransomware attacks are targeting the critical infrastructure of the most powerful country on the planet. Understanding the strategy, and tactics of our opponents, as well as the strategy and the tactics we implement as a response are vital to victory.
By Abeer Abu Judeh
There are numerous “gameplays” to reduce risks when selecting and hiring a technology vendor. Whether you are able to accept a risk and to what extent are not always clear. Just know that, like in chess, your opening move to an IT deal can be your most powerful.
By Nicholas Gaffney
A Q&A with Bobby Malhotra of Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP, Los Angeles.