Closing The Loop

In Legal Research Contest, AI Beats Humans

The battle between man and (AI-powered) machine has been a long, ongoing one. Think Garry Kasparov vs. IBM’s Deep Blue, Jeopardy contestants vs. Watson, Dave vs. the HAL 9000. And now a new skirmish has recentl... Casey C. Sullivan   |     01 Nov 2017

Research the JFK Files For Free With Logikcull

Who killed John F. Kennedy? Was it really Lee Harvey Oswald and, if so, was he inspired by a clandestine meeting with the KGB beforehand?  Or was Lyndon B. Johnson somehow behind the assassination, as the Kreml... Casey C. Sullivan   |     30 Oct 2017

Now Available: Webinar on Bitcoin, Blockchain, & the Law

It’s fair to say that bitcoin and blockchain have never been “hotter” than they are right now. The value of a bitcoin was $5,756 this morning, up from $688 just one year ago. Blockchain, the technology that und... Casey C. Sullivan   |     27 Oct 2017

Law Firm Data Breach Could Be Panama Papers 2.0

In April, 2016, over 11 million confidential files, taken during a data breach at the Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca, were leaked to the press. These “Panama Papers” revealed the Byzantine complex of shell... Casey C. Sullivan   |     27 Oct 2017

Getting It Right the Second Time? Judge Reverses Harleysville Insurance

If you’re a frequent reader of the blog, or just a follower of eDiscovery case law, you’ve probably heard about Harleysville Insurance Company v. Holding Funeral Home. (We’ve written about it here and here and ... Michael Simon   |     26 Oct 2017

Google Asks for $10k-a-day Sanctions—Against Itself

Google is facing sanctions of $10,000 a day for refusing to turn over documents that could be stored on foreign-based servers—sanctions that were imposed on Google’s own request. The tech giant is in the unenvi... Casey C. Sullivan   |     25 Oct 2017

David Cuillier on Freedom of Information in the Trump Era

Is it becoming harder to peak behind the veil of government secrecy? To make sure that sunshine laws continue to illuminate the inner workings of government bodies? David Cuillier suspects so. As a journalist, ... Casey C. Sullivan   |     24 Oct 2017

Equifax Breach Raises New Data Security Considerations for Law Firms & Companies

Thanks to a recent string of high-profile cyberattacks, data breaches have never been as hot a topic as they are now. Few of the more recent ones, however, have been more egregious or controversial as the recen... Eric Pesale   |     23 Oct 2017
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