Civil rights lawyers and Democratic senators are pushing for legislation that would limit U.S. law enforcement agencies’ ability to buy cellphone tracking tools to follow people’s whereabouts.
Algorithmic accountability: AI-X team at Faegre Drinker providing legal guidance in new area of law
Scott Kosnoff and his Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath colleague Bennett Borden in Washington, D.C., are co-leading a new initiative at the firm to guide and counsel businesses that use algorithms to enhance their operations or market their products. Dubbed the Artificial Intelligence and Algorithmic Decision-Making Team, or AI-X for short, the new group is bringing data scientists from Faegre Drinker’s wholly-owned consulting subsidiary, Tritura, together with the firm’s attorneys from different practice areas.Read More
Disclaimer: This article will hopefully give you some ideas on how to use technology to communicate more efficiently. But first, think through how to communicate more effectively.
With every decision come factors we must prioritize to better guide us in making choices that align with what we value most. In terms of technology investments, these factors often boil down to security, convenience and cost.
In a lawsuit filed last month in Marion Superior Court, investors of VoCare accused top officers and board members of self-dealing, gross mismanagement and fraudulent behavior that has put the privately held company in “imminent danger” of insolvency.
In the panic that came with the COVID-19 pandemic, corporate legal departments went looking for their contracts to figure out which provisions were binding and which were eliminated under the “Act of God” clause. That scramble accelerated the growing trend of in-house attorneys adopting and using technology geared toward the legal industry.
Embracing the recent advances in technology, every court in Indiana is now part of the Indiana Electronic Filing System. This means almost every judge in this state — from small claims to the Supreme Court — now reads some part of your written work product on an iPad, laptop, smartphone or computer screen. Many attorneys, however, still have not changed their writing styles and practices to reflect this, and they are missing significant advocacy opportunities as a result.
Recently during a lunch with a business owner and client, I asked about legal technology that she likes and that makes her life easier. Her answer — and the answers received after asking others — was enlightening.
With the opening of the new Marion County Community Justice Center come many exciting upgrades to the courtroom experience. While the move from the City-County Building marks the nostalgic end of an era, the CJC offers modern and innovative features that will serve as valuable assets to the family law trial attorney.
Email is good for email, but when law firms start to try to expand the uses of email into broader technology functions — that’s where they run into trouble.
Many businesses still rely on legacy technology systems that operate as silos, including those within the health care industry. Enterprise resource planning (ERP) providers offer to replace the silos with a suite of integrated software applications that collect, store, manage and interpret data from business activities across departments and business units.
At Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) recently, iOS 16 was announced. There are lots of improvements coming this fall. Here are just a few that may help you in your practice.
Earlier this month, Apple announced the latest update to the operations system that’s installed on your iPhone. Apple calls it iOS 16 (iPhone Operating System 16). After you read this post, Apple and iOS 16 may be off your holiday card list. If iOS 16 was a friend, some might consider canceling dinner plans with them. You might even unfriend them on Facebook.
What’s the difference between spoofing and impersonation? These terms are often used interchangeably, but they really are not quite the same.