Closing The Loop

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The 5 Biggest Challenges Facing Solos & Small Firms

If you’re worried about how to best attract and retain clients, or find yourself spending too much time on non-billable tasks, you’re not alone. These are the top concerns for the majority of attorneys in small... Casey C. Sullivan   |     16 Nov 2017

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

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

Growing Demand, and Pay, Could Await Tech-Savvy Legal Professionals

The legal industry is still facing modest growth in an uncertain economy, but business is booming for legal professionals with the right skill sets. Attorneys who are business minded, well socialized, and techn... Casey C. Sullivan   |     17 Oct 2017

4 Bitcoin & Blockchain Resources for Lawyers

Bitcoin, the world's biggest cryptocurrency, is getting bigger every day, with a single coin trading for $4801.30 yesterday morning—a bit higher than the six cents it went for in 2010, or the $250 a coin was wo... Casey C. Sullivan   |     11 Oct 2017

Top 4 Takeaways From Logikcull’s Discovery Industry Snapshot

It’s been years since electronically stored information began working its way into litigation, giving birth to an industry and changing the way litigation is practiced. Yet today, the discovery industry and the... Casey C. Sullivan   |     28 Sep 2017

Tech Competence Now an Ethical Duty for Most U.S. Lawyers

Five years ago, the American Bar Association declared that lawyers have a duty of competency not just with regards to the law and legal practice, but to technology as well. In a 2012 update to Comment 8 of Mode... Casey C. Sullivan   |     11 Sep 2017
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