General Legal Tech News
Another week, another thing we can "learn" from law firms working remote. This time: some old VPNs suck, apparently.
Down with the scan-to-email messenger!
What's the future for stenography? Digital, remote, and AI, apparently. Basically you can change stenography to... anything.
Virtual settlement conferences: the more things change, the more they stay the same (says a judge).
In Georgia, virtual jury selection is possibly unconstitutional.
Is your firm's website ADA-accessible? Well, some people in NY are really pushing for it via lawsuits.
Kinda sorta maybe we'll get some clarity on IoT cybersecurity regulations? At some point. Actual news: FTC lawyer talking about the topic.
If you negotiate with ransomware, how should you do it? It's a really in-depth and practical discussion.
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