Podcast: ALM Execs Discuss the Expansion of Legaltech Conference Into Legalweek and What Attendees Should Expect

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Next week is the annual Legaltech conference in New York. Rather than just legal technology, the conference will include what ALM is calling seven “events-within-an-event,” each with a distinct focus: LegalExecutive, LegalCIO, LegalPros, LegalMarketing, […]. The post Podcast: ALM Execs Discuss the Expansion of Legaltech Conference Into Legalweek and What Attendees Should Expect appeared first on Robert Ambrogi's LawSites.

My Mega Wrap-Up of Product News from the Legaltech Conference

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It was a whirlwind several days at Legaltech in New York last week. As expected, a number of companies announced roll-outs of new products or enhancements to existing ones. The post My Mega Wrap-Up of Product News from the Legaltech Conference appeared first on Robert Ambrogi's LawSites. This blog already reported some of these last week. Here are others I haven’t yet covered. See also my post yesterday at Above the Law, which […].

At User Conference, Thomson Reuters Elite Shows Off New Products

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At its international Vantage 2014 user conference last week in New York City, Thomson Reuters Elite showed off several new products. Full disclosure: Thomson Reuters paid my travel to New […].

The Resistance: Impeachment Anxiety - The New York Times

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During a Rose Garden press conference Friday afternoon with the president of Romania, Trump answered the question of why he felt “complete vindication” by speaking in a hodgepodge of hashtags: “No collusion, no obstruction, he’s a leaker.”

The Flynn Affair - The New York Times

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Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey, who served as head of the Trump transition team before being brushed aside for Vice President Mike Pence, said he warned Trump about Flynn. In a news conference the day after Spicer described Flynn’s departure, Trump said of Flynn, ‘I think he’s been treated very, very unfairly by the media — as I call it, the fake media, in many cases.’ The Flynn Affair - The New York Times

News from #Legalweek17: Lexis Advance Now Integrates Lex Machina’s Analytics

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Today at the Legalweek conference in New York, LexisNexis officially launched the first stage of that integration, judge analytics. Ever since LexisNexis acquired the legal analytics platform Lex Machina in November 2015, the plan has been to integrate Lex Machina across a range of LexisNexis products and, in particular, its Lexis Advance legal research platform.

This Week Is All About Legaltech

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All this week, I, like much of the legal tech world, will be in New York City for the Legaltech conference, billed as the largest legal technology event of the year. What will I be doing there and what products will I be looking out for? I offer my advance look at the show in […]. The post This Week Is All About Legaltech appeared first on Robert Ambrogi's LawSites. General

The Man Who Spilled the Secrets | Politics | Vanity Fair

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What followed was a clash of civilizations—and ambitions—as Guardian editors and their colleagues at The New York Times and other media outlets struggled to corral a whistle-blowing stampede amid growing distrust and anger.

The Times's Dealings With Julian Assange - NYTimes.com

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The Guardian suggested — to increase the impact as well as to share the labor of handling such a trove — that The New York Times be invited to share this exclusive bounty. On conference calls, we spoke in amateurish code. and the Pentagon gathered around a conference table.

Hillary Clinton, Free to Speak Her Mind - The New York Times

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Asked about the infamous photo of Republican men discussing women’s health, Clinton described her favorite internet meme: a group of dogs around a conference table, with the caption, “today’s meeting on feline health care.” Hillary Clinton, Free to Speak Her Mind - The New York Times

New Trump Deportation Rules Allow Far More Expulsions - The New York Times

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The officials, speaking on the condition of anonymity during a morning conference call, emphasized that some of the proposals for increased enforcement would roll out slowly as the department finalizes the logistics and legal rules for more aggressive action.

Conference on Broadband Held at New York Law School

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The Media Center of New York Law School has posted video of its recent Conference on Broadband in a Post-Stimulus Environment here. A transcript of papers will be available in Media Law & Policy this spring; papers will be posted

My Initial Post-Mortem on LegalTech New York 2015

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Reflective of the bone-chilling outdoor temperatures in New York last week, the air inside the annual LegalTech conference seemed a bit cooler than in years past. I say that with reference to products, not to the conference itself.

Russia and the U.S. Election: What We Know and Don’t Know - The New York Times

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Mr. Trump, at a July news conference, publicly urged Russia to hack Mrs. Clinton’s emails. Russian military leaders advocate shadowy “new generation warfare” — through propaganda and cyberattacks, for example — to destabilize adversaries from within. • "Why does the C.I.A.

Republican Health Proposal Would Redirect Money From Poor to Rich - The New York Times

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Speaker of the House Paul Ryan at a news conference on Thursday. Credit Al Drago/The New York Times Photo by: Al Drago/The New York Times The Republican plan would alter both of those programs, changing the winners and losers. The new plan would also simplify the current system, which requires verifying every applicant’s income and then giving just the right amount of financial assistance.

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The Truth About Young Immigrants and DACA - The New York Times

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Prioritizing the use of resources in law enforcement is nothing new. Only Congress has the power to confer those rights. The Truth About Young Immigrants and DACA - The New York Times

The nominatiob of this avid eacist is unaccetable. Donald Trump Selects Senator Jeff Sessions for Attorney General - The New York Times

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the Southern Christian Leadership Conference and other civil rights groups as “un-American” and “Communist-inspired.” Donald Trump Selects Senator Jeff Sessions for Attorney General - The New York Times"While serving as a United States prosecutor in Alabama, Mr. Sessions was nominated in 1986 by President Ronald Reagan for a federal judgeship.

Free Passes to LegalTech for Law Bloggers

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Once again this year, legal bloggers are eligible for free passes to attend the LegalTech conference in New York, Jan. in the Petit Triannon room at the New York Hilton. 30 to Feb. 1, 2012. This is a full-access pass, covering all programs and the exhibit hall. Also again this year, LegalTech is hosting a Blogger’s Breakfast on Tuesday, Jan. 31, at 9 a.m. To reserve your free pass, send an email to Carl Seering at cseering@alm.com.

Wikileaks editor interrogated by US border police - Americas, World - The Independent

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Jacob Appelbaum, who has stood in for Wikileaks founder Julian Assange since he was advised not to travel to the US, spent three hours at a New York airport while customs officers photocopied receipts and searched his laptop, and he was again approached and questioned by FBI officers at a computer hackers conference in Las Vegas on Saturday. Supreme Court in NEW YORK TIMES CO.

Wikileaks editor interrogated by US border police - Americas, World - The Independent

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Jacob Appelbaum, who has stood in for Wikileaks founder Julian Assange since he was advised not to travel to the US, spent three hours at a New York airport while customs officers photocopied receipts and searched his laptop, and he was again approached and questioned by FBI officers at a computer hackers conference in Las Vegas on Saturday. Supreme Court in NEW YORK TIMES CO.

Davis Wright Tremaine Attorneys Speak at Future of Television Conference

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DWT attorneys David Oxenford and Ronnie London both spoke at the Future of Television - East Conference held in New York City on November 18-19, 2009. Dave delivered introductory remarks to the Conference, and participated with Shelly Palmer, Host of MediaBytes , in a discussion " What's the Industry Buzz." Tags: Appearances Digital Television Internet Video On Line Media Television future of television conference

Should you have a loan-out company for your work in entertainment?

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A loan out company can confer a number of advantages on its owner. Firemark - Los Angeles Entertainment Lawyers - Theatre, Film, TV & New Media. I’m frequently called upon by clients to form a so-called “Loan-Out company” for them.

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Blawgers Get Free Passes to LegalTech New York

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LegalTech New York , one of the top legal technology events of the year, is just around the corner. Again this year, ALM , the company that presents the conference, is offering complimentary passes to legal bloggers. 2, 2011, at the New York Hilton. The full conference schedule, a list of exhibitors and a list of sponsors can be found at the conference website.

TONIGHT! California Copyright Conference Panel on #irespectmusic

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The California Copyright Conference will be hosting a panel entitled “The I Respect Music Campaign and the New Grassroots Artist Rights Advocacy” on February 9 from 6-9:30ish at the Sportsman’s Lodge in Los Angeles. The I Respect Music Campaign and the New Grassroots Artist Rights Advocacy. Blake Morgan , singer-songwriter, producer and owner, ECR Music Group, New York, NY.

TOMORROW! California Copyright Conference Panel on #irespectmusic

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The California Copyright Conference will be hosting a panel entitled “The I Respect Music Campaign and the New Grassroots Artist Rights Advocacy” on February 9 from 6-9:30ish at the Sportsman’s Lodge in Los Angeles. The I Respect Music Campaign and the New Grassroots Artist Rights Advocacy. Blake Morgan , singer-songwriter, producer and owner, ECR Music Group, New York, NY.

New York Court Finds Public Performance Right in Pre-1972 Sound Recordings – How Will This Affect Businesses that Use Music?

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For interactive services (like Spotify or iTunes or Rhapsody), the performance rights have to be directly negotiated with the copyright holder, leading to disputes like the recent decision of Taylor Swift to pull her new album from Spotify (see our article here about the difference between interactive and noninteractive services ). The decision on Friday does not rely on a specific New York statute that says that there is a public performance right in pre-1972 sound recordings.

Legaltech Loses Its Longtime Leader; What’s It Mean for the Conference’s Future?

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As many who are involved in legal technology were on their way to ABA Techshow last week, an announcement came out that is sure to shake up another prominent legal technology conference, ALM’s Legaltech. Henry Dicker Henry Dicker, the man who has run the Legaltech conferences in New York, on the west coast, and elsewhere […]. The post Legaltech Loses Its Longtime Leader; What’s It Mean for the Conference’s Future?

Indentured Servants in America - New York Times

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Indentured Servants in America - New York Times March 12, 2007 Op-Ed Columnist Indentured Servants in America By BOB HERBERT A must-read for anyone who favors an expansion of guest worker programs in the U.S. is a stunning new report from the Southern Poverty Law Center that details the widespread abuse of highly vulnerable, poverty-stricken workers in programs that already exist. It will be formally released today at a press conference in Washington.

Indentured Servants in America - New York Times

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Indentured Servants in America - New York Times March 12, 2007 Op-Ed Columnist Indentured Servants in America By BOB HERBERT A must-read for anyone who favors an expansion of guest worker programs in the U.S. is a stunning new report from the Southern Poverty Law Center that details the widespread abuse of highly vulnerable, poverty-stricken workers in programs that already exist. It will be formally released today at a press conference in Washington.

LegalTech Report: LexisNexis MedMal Navigator

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[First in a series of mini-reports on what I saw at the annual LegalTech conference in New York this week.] Towards this end, LexisNexis rolled out several new litigation-related tools at LegalTech, all with the theme of drawing together in a single suite various useful tools.

WikiLeaks Secret Records Dump Stays in Legal Clear: Ann Woolner - Bloomberg

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WikiLeaks served as conduit for 92,000 pages of material from a military insider to the New York Times , the Guardian of London and der Spiegel magazine in Germany. And the New York Times was free to publish the 7,000-page internal history of the Vietnam War , revealing that president after president had lied about what the U.S. New York Times United States Daniel Ellsberg Pentagon Papers Wikileaks Julian Assange Warfare and Conflict Vietnam War

WikiLeaks Secret Records Dump Stays in Legal Clear: Ann Woolner - Bloomberg

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WikiLeaks served as conduit for 92,000 pages of material from a military insider to the New York Times , the Guardian of London and der Spiegel magazine in Germany. And the New York Times was free to publish the 7,000-page internal history of the Vietnam War , revealing that president after president had lied about what the U.S. Tags: New York Times United States Daniel Ellsberg Pentagon Papers Wikileaks Julian Assange Warfare and Conflict Vietnam War

What AT&T’s Corporate Training Revolution, Japanese History and a Cucumber Mean for the New Era of Learning

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That’s the position AT&T found itself in over the last few years, as new technologies are steadily wiping out the traditional telecom business. This could have meant mass layoffs and entirely new hires. The company’s new program has made waves in the learning industry.

New Poll Finds Mixed Support for Wiretaps - New York Times

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New Poll Finds Mixed Support for Wiretaps - New York Times January 27, 2006 New Poll Finds Mixed Support for Wiretaps By ADAM NAGOURNEY and JANET ELDER Americans are willing to tolerate eavesdropping without warrants to fight terrorism, but are concerned that the aggressive antiterrorism programs championed by the Bush administration are encroaching on civil liberties, according to the latest New York Times/CBS News poll.

New Poll Finds Mixed Support for Wiretaps - New York Times

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New Poll Finds Mixed Support for Wiretaps - New York Times January 27, 2006 New Poll Finds Mixed Support for Wiretaps By ADAM NAGOURNEY and JANET ELDER Americans are willing to tolerate eavesdropping without warrants to fight terrorism, but are concerned that the aggressive antiterrorism programs championed by the Bush administration are encroaching on civil liberties, according to the latest New York Times/CBS News poll.

Presidential Power Has Limits, Alito Tells Senators - New York Times

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Presidential Power Has Limits, Alito Tells Senators - New York Times January 10, 2006 Presidential Power Has Limits, Alito Tells Senators By DAVID STOUT WASHINGTON, Jan. Mr. Leahy asked the nominee whether he agreed with President Bush's interpretation of the powers conferred on him by Congress after the attacks of Sept. Schumer, a New York Democrat on the committee, disagreed. "I

Presidential Power Has Limits, Alito Tells Senators - New York Times

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Presidential Power Has Limits, Alito Tells Senators - New York Times January 10, 2006 Presidential Power Has Limits, Alito Tells Senators By DAVID STOUT WASHINGTON, Jan. Mr. Leahy asked the nominee whether he agreed with President Bush's interpretation of the powers conferred on him by Congress after the attacks of Sept. Schumer, a New York Democrat on the committee, disagreed. "I

The Faith-Based President Defrocked - New York Times

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The Faith-Based President Defrocked - New York Times October 9, 2005 The Faith-Based President Defrocked By FRANK RICH. As if to prove the point, the president went out to the Rose Garden and let loose with one whopper after another in his first press conference in four months. "Of As New York's Daily News would quickly report, the man in question "may not even be one of the top 10 or 15 leaders."

The Faith-Based President Defrocked - New York Times

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The Faith-Based President Defrocked - New York Times October 9, 2005 The Faith-Based President Defrocked By FRANK RICH. As if to prove the point, the president went out to the Rose Garden and let loose with one whopper after another in his first press conference in four months. "Of As New York's Daily News would quickly report, the man in question "may not even be one of the top 10 or 15 leaders."

Save the Date: Feb. 9 California Copyright Conference Panel on #irespectmusic

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The California Copyright Conference will be hosting a panel entitled “The I Respect Music Campaign and the New Grassroots Artist Rights Advocacy” on February 9 from 6-9:30ish at the Sportsman’s Lodge in Los Angeles. The I Respect Music Campaign and the New Grassroots Artist Rights Advocacy. Blake Morgan , singer-songwriter, producer and owner, ECR Music Group, New York, NY.