Having listened to hours of testimony about the iPad and its competitors, a jury returns a verdict of “f#ck off.”
Legal practice management and technology experts are predicting “continued strong growth” in the new legal subspecialty known as “is the iPad a good tool for lawyers,” according to a report released yesterday from Shiny Things Daily.
The catastrophic failure of a law firm’s cloud-based storage solution led to the release of deadly “binary rain,” seriously injuring eight attorneys at the firm and causing widespread gawking in downtown Chicago. It was the fourth incident in the last week of a catastrophic cloud-based software failure.
My HP Games and Yahoo! Music Jukebox, the two named plaintiffs, allege that “despite the plain, clear, and conspicuous notices given to them, defendants have deliberately, callously, and with malice aforethought ignored all pleas for appropriate and timely attention.”
A leading legal technology guru admitted at a conference today that he “disses and dumps” most of his favorite software and product recommendations “once too many people like them.”
Lawyers and ediscovery vendors are raising significant concerns over the growth of nascent metadata, a new type of metadata technically known as fn-metadata but more commonly referred to as “effin data.” According to experts monitoring the situation, effin data is data that does not yet exist but could exist if the right conditions develop.