General Legal Tech News
2019 had a record number of legal tech patents, followed by possibly the only thing to force firms to rapidly innovate -- a pandemic. All in all, not a bad 18 months for legal tech.
Intapp going cloud-only in 2021. This also in: Intapp expected to reverse a major decision within the next 6-12 months.
In what passes for legal tech news, a new area of automation isn't as automated as it claims, so firms aren't fully on board. So, sorry if you had a data analytics project planned for 2021.
World's wealthiest law firm has been laying people off 🙁
How did Dentons, a firm with over 10,000 attorneys, tackle COVID-19? "We invested in between 3,000 to 5,000 laptops..."
Most brutal headline this week, "Outsourcing No Cure for Dying Firm." LeClairRyan suing UnitedLex.
Top cybersecurity stats from the ABA's 2020 Legal Tech Survey -- wow, 12% of respondents were firms with 500+ attorneys! 29% of respondents have had a data breach. Much more to read.
What if your firm's redactions could be cracked by AI + human cracking?
Ouch, when a data breach affects one of your clients... and that client is Google.