Do Lawyers Distrust Many Technological Innovations?

Do Lawyers Distrust Many Technological Innovations? The feeling among attorneys is that juries and judges could be overwhelmed by some newer forms of technology. This recent Law Technology News article by Ed Silverstein, reflects on the Edelman Trust Barometer which noted that issues related to trust are actually “hindering acceptance of technological advancements.” The author […]

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Court Denies Sanction Motion and Finds Unavailability of Records Due to Records Retention Policies and Software and Database Changes Reasonable

United Corp. v. Tutu Park Ltd., No. ST-2001-CV-361, 2015 WL 457853 (V.I. Jan. 28, 2015), Court Denies Sanction Motion and Finds Unavailability of Records Due to Records Retention Policies and Software and Database Changes Reasonable This is a breach of contract case involving the leasing of a premise at Tutu Park Shopping Mall in St. […]

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Proposed Florida Advisory Opinion Would Allow Attorneys to Advise Clients to Clean Up Social Media before Litigation Starts

Proposed Florida Advisory Opinion Would Allow Attorneys to Advise Clients to Clean Up Social Media before Litigation Starts In this post in the Cozen O’Conner, Cyber Law Monitor, Joseph F. Rich provides the highlights of the Proposed Advisory Opinion 14-1, issued by the Professional Ethics Committee of the Florida Bar on January 23, 2015. The […]

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Reflections on Law and Technology

Reflections on Law and Technology Q&A with John Facciola, retired magistrate judge. In this National Law Journal article, Zoe Tillman reports on the Journal’s interview with the “Italian Stallion of E-Discovery,” retired Magistrate Judge John Facciola. In the session, the Judge addressed the need for judges to become “technologically adept and understand an intricate technology” […]

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