General Legal Tech News
Zoom but with features specifically for law firms, called Legaler, gave away $2m of their tech during the pandemic. And I guess maybe it was good marketing because they got this article made?
What's between you and "advanced" legal ops? Apparently data hygiene and data management practices, says those losers at Deloitte.
One law firm partner reveals his top choices of legal papers to get rid of.
Read as one mid-sized firm's managing partner trashes the idea of a corner office and laughs at it in the age of Zoom.
"Hey, the office is available if you want to come back... anyone? Any takers?" And that's how firms are going from 5 floors to 1/2 of one. Read about one such firm in Atlanta.
Federal judges provide tips on jury trials in the age of COVID. The words "remote," "Zoom," or "video" do not appear in the article though.
Getting access to WeChat data for legal cases is basically like asking the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) for discovery, so here's some details on the process.
It's OK, all you need to do to prevent email breaches is make sure there are no "tired and stressed" employees at your firm.
It's cyber email risk week, apparently, with this lovely headline, "For Legal, More Emails Means More Stress—And More Cyberrisk"