TranscriptPad, an iPad app that gives attorneys the freedom of complex transcript review and sharing anytime, anywhere, is now available in the App Store. Its official launch is scheduled for January 30 in New York at LegalTech 2012. The announcement was made today by Lit Software, LLC, developer of the award-winning TrialPad app for litigators.
Kicking off our coverage of LegalTech New York 2012 we bring in Henry Dicker, Vice President of Events at ALM and Executive Director of LegalTech. In our conversation Henry Discusses LegalTech’s excellent set of keynotes—which includes John Frank, Deputy General Counsel at Microsoft; Don Tapscott, Chairman at Moxie Insight; and Kevin Genirs, General Counsel at Barclays International and former General Counsel at Lehman Brothers—the wide range of exhibitors at the conference and the numerous educational opportunities.
As part of LXBN’s coverage of LegalTech New York 2012, Caitlin Murphy of AccessData joins us to discuss the new and modernized version of Summation, AccessData’s venerable litigation support software, summation. Summation, which has been around since 1989, sees a much more modern streamlined look, a new code base and is generally much more capable of accommodating today’s legal workflows.
Many, many inefficient and out-of-date journalism concepts have fallen by the wayside as digital technology and social media take over. At Legal Tech New York 2012, The Edge Room, put forth by the team at Edge Legal Marketing, takes aim at the traditional press room. As CEO Amy Juers describes in our interview, The Edge Room enables enables event exhibitors to easily upload company information such as a company logo, brochures, white papers, press releases, and show announcements. As someone who’s already taken advantage of the tool, I definitely recommend it—excellent way for media members and vendors to communicate before and during an event.
When we think of data breaches, it’s hard not to think first of malicious activity, some nameless hacker breaking into an encrypted file system and stealing countless individuals’ personal information. But in reality, as Charlie Magliato of Biscom notes, data breaches are usually caused by employee actions—and the potential for data breaches is just one of many challenges associated with data transfers. In our interview, Magliato walks through the many challenges caused by data transfers, how Biscom helps solve them and the company’s iPad app, which will be released at LegalTech New York.