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Yes, Blockchain Can Be Hacked Too

Since blockchain is supposed to be extremely secure and unalterable, many individuals have dubbed this technology as “unhackable”. However, recent incidents have unfortunately shown that hackers can access blockchains in certain situations.
 

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Contract Analytics: A New Artificial Intelligence Endeavor

Artificial intelligence (“AI”) is transforming the way that organizations operate on a daily basis. Business professionals regularly turn to computers for assistance with tasks that humans have traditionally performed. The legal industry has used AI software for legal research, case evaluation, and discovery review for years. This software can quickly complete projects while saving money and yielding results that are more efficient. Now organizations have a new AI tool at their disposal to aid with contract review and negotiation.

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Perspectives on AI and the Law

The 2018 Bloomberg Law Leadership Forum in New York included a robust agenda covering the current regulatory priorities, corporate legal risks and the tools counsel have at their disposal to address them. Keynote speakers included Jay Clayton, Chairman, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and Rod Rosenstein, Deputy Attorney General, U.S. Department of Justice.  Participating in the day provided rare access to current perspectives from thought leaders that matter to our industry.

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Measuring Success and Avoiding Pitfalls in Discovery for Litigated Claims

At the recent 2018 Claims and Litigation Management Alliance (CLM) conference, Epiq chief innovation officer, Cliff Dutton, hosted a roundtable titled, “Measuring Success and Avoiding Pitfalls in Discovery for Litigated Claims.” Engaging with professionals in the fields we support allows us to learn what’s most important to our clients; it also allows us to contribute our knowledge to help them achieve efficiencies in their legal matters.

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