We’ve all been there: you’re in an argument, and it’s starting to turn against you—but instead of supporting your own argument, or attacking the thesis of your opponent, you quibble about the validity of their evidence. The same thing happens in legal suits—both big and small—but sometimes it’s about the lack evidence.
Data plays a role in everything. And as we as a society collect more and more data, the ability to parse through it effectively and draw conclusions can lead to greatly improved efficiency. But usually we think this only pertains to straightforward and easily-quantifiable things and not, say, interpersonal negotiations. But as our guest on LXBN TV explains, you can use analytics to vastly improve negotiations.
As part of our coverage of LegalTech New York 2014, LXBN TV had the opportunity to interview Foley & Lardner attorney Adam Losey, the founder and President of IT-Lex. IT-Lex is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to advancement if the field of technology, and it hosts a large cash-writing project that powers a law review, it hosts a yearly conference and it has a wealth of educational material—all geared towards helping students get a jump on a career in technology law.
More and more, law firms are looking to have a single system when it comes to legal case management. This hasn’t been the case in the past, for a number of reasons, but David Glynn thinks his company has a solution. That solution comes in the form of JuraLaw by Law Bulletin Publishing Company.
LawToolBox.com President & CEO Jack Grow took the time to speak with us as part of our ongoing coverage of LegalTech New York 2014 and managed to share with us how his company came to exhibit with Microsoft at the event. They had exciting news for LegalTech, as they were rolling out their new Court Deadline App for Office 365.