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New Facial Recognition Technology Further Blurs the Line Between Privacy and Innovation

It’s been a long time since facial recognition technology was considered mere science fiction.  Today, facial recognition technology has risen in popularity, making it commonplace and easily accessible.

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Legalweek New York 2020: The Time Has Come for Lawyers to React Proactively to Data and Technology

Lawyers must not only stay up-to-date on the latest legal technology trends, but also be proactive about implementing emerging solutions into their practice and ensuring smooth onboarding and adoption.

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When a Deal Goes Wrong, Possession is Not Nine-Tenths of the Law

The ways that businesses communicate have changed a great deal over the past twenty years. In the good ol’ days, most communicative dealings happened in a prestigious boardroom or over the phone, with no record of exactly what transpired other than a signed contract.

Filed under: BYOD, ediscovery

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Five Reasons Litigators Should Use Technology-Assisted Review for Every Case

Advanced predictive coding solutions like technology-assisted review (“TAR”) are gaining popularity in the legal field. TAR uses artificial intelligence and allows litigators to streamline document review in ways they never imagined.

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