What the ABA Tech Survey Reveals About E-Discovery Trends

Media Law

Now I’ve gone through the survey to find what it reveals about trends in e-discovery. The post What the ABA Tech Survey Reveals About E-Discovery Trends appeared first on Robert Ambrogi's LawSites. I’ve published a couple of posts so far on the recently released Legal Technology Survey Report from the ABA’s Legal Technology Resource Center — one post about cloud computing and another about mobile apps and devices.

Clio Cloud Recap and News of Clio’s Data Report on Legal Trends

Media Law

The post Clio Cloud Recap and News of Clio’s Data Report on Legal Trends appeared first on Robert Ambrogi's LawSites. I’m sitting here at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport, on my way home from the fourth-annual Clio Cloud Conference, racking my brain for something critical to say about it. I’d been to all three of the prior Clio conferences, and, frankly, I’d gushed about them, calling the 2014 conference one of the best legal technology conferences I’d […].

Hot New Hollywood Trend: Crazy Defamation Lawsuits (Analysis)

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

Eriq Gardner Multimillion-dollar libel claims by and against celebrities are on the rise. So what if they're not winnable? A guide to what's happening lately and whether there are any solutions to a heavy court docket. read more. THR, Esq.

Angelina Jolie Attorney Laura Wasser Talked Prenups and Hollywood Divorce Trends in April Interview

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

Before taking on the celebrity split of the decade, Wasser spoke to THR about how to keep high-profile splits as private and positive as possible. read more. THR, Esq. The Business Business THR Online Angelina Jolie Brad Pitt

Trends in Law, as Seen By Google’s Ngram

Media Law

It was interesting how many of these phrases showed little usage until 1980, when suddenly several of them start to trend upward dramatically. Google this week announced a new visualization tool called the Google Books Ngram Viewer.

FCC Report on Telephone Trends

Media Law Prof Blog

The FCC has released a report on telephone trends for 2010. Link here

Star Stories, Google Trend Traffic

Thompson On Hollywood

Because of Google Trends. Find that celebrity hook or hot trend. Tags: Ben Affleck Bloggers Google Los Angeles Times Media New Media New York Times Russell Crowe Google hot trend Robin Hood Russell Crowe State of Play Susan Boyle The new metric in journalism is online traffic.

With Visual Law, the Eyes Have It

Media Law

There is a trend in legal information, rapidly gaining momentum, in which visualization tools and design concepts are used to help lawyers, students, consumers and scholars make sense of the law. In the cover story of this month’s ABA Journal, I take an in-depth look at this trend.

Why an Allegation That Beyoncé Plagiarized Dance Moves Is Truly Unique (Analysis)

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

Eriq Gardner A Belgian choreographer is really bucking the trend by accusing the pop star of infringing a copyright to her choreography. How claims over choreography compare to ones made over music, film, and yes, maps. read more. THR, Esq. Music Music Beyonce

More than 100,000 People Have Been Sued for Sharing Movies in Past Year

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

Eriq Gardner A closer look at the mass-suing trend heating up in America read more. THR, Esq. Movies Movies

Video: My ‘Bar Chat’ on Legal Technology Trends

Media Law

The post Video: My ‘Bar Chat’ on Legal Technology Trends appeared first on Robert Ambrogi's LawSites. When I spoke recently at the Connecticut Bar Association’s 2016 Connecticut Legal Conference, the bar interviewed me for its Bar Chat feature. General

FCC Releases First Report On Wireless Trends

Media Law Prof Blog

From the FCC The Federal Communications Commission today released the first in a series of reports by the Office of Engineering & Technology Laboratory which looked at trends in cutting-edge wireless devices. The report showed the following: · The number

I am Sarkeesian

The Legal Satyricon

The Guardian describes her as “best known for her YouTube series ‘Tropes v Women in Video Games’, assessing various anti-feminist trends in gaming.” I don’t imagine that I would agree with much Anita Sarkeesian has to say. I admit that don’t know much of what she has to say, because I don’t give a s**t.

Online Copyright Enforcement Trends Around the World

Media Law Prof Blog

Clemmer, Gowling Lafleur Henderson, have published "Global Trends in Online Copyright Enforcement: A Non-Neutral Role for Network Intermediaries?" Jeremy F. DeBeer, University of Ottawa Faculty of Law, and Christopher D. in volume 49 of Jurimetrics (2009). Here is the abstract

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Clio Cloud Recap and News of Clio’s Data Report on Legal Trends

Media Law

The post Clio Cloud Recap and News of Clio’s Data Report on Legal Trends appeared first on Robert Ambrogi's LawSites. I’m sitting here at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport, on my way home from the fourth-annual Clio Cloud Conference, racking my brain for something critical to say about it. I’d been to all three of the prior Clio conferences, and, frankly, I’d gushed about them, calling the 2014 conference one of the best legal technology conferences I’d […].

Brooklyn's newest fast food trend

Copyrights & Campaigns

I concede we don't know which "Obama". (h/t h/t Krispy Kruller's All Nite Sugar Palace , via The Smoking Gun ).

How Law Firms Spent their Tech Money in 2013

Media Law

Every year, the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) and the market research and consulting firm InsideLegal team up to conduct a survey examining the technology purchasing trends and budgets of ILTA firm members. Where did law firms spend their technology dollars in 2013?

Are celebrities to blame for an overburdened court system?

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

Michael Cieply of the NY Times spots a trend, writing that as the By Eriq Gardner What does Lindsay Lohan's recent trouble with the law have in common with Don Johnson's $23 million "Nash Bridges" jury verdict over Rysher Entertainment?

Learn the secrets to successful crowdfunding!

Gordon P. Firemark

Capitalize on current trends in crowdfunding. If you've got a project you're thinking about crowdfunding, you're in luck. Crowdfunding works… if you know how to do it right.

2008 Top Posts at Current Trends

Current Trends

Posted by Tamera H. Bennett. Copyright Steve Kelley. The top blog post for 2009 on this blog based on traffic is Protecting Fraternal Trademarks: Delta Sigma Theta Settles. What makes this such an exciting post … the mention of the sorority Delta Sigma Theta. . I was asked by Greg Lambert to list my favorite blog posts of 2008. Three Geeks and a Law Blog have done a great job of highlighting blogs that are featured on Twitter. I narrowed it down to three posts.

ShoWest Trends: Fewer Movies, Retro Candy, Vibrating Seats

Thompson On Hollywood

At the Trade Show there's a trend toward serving food in theaters like they do at Austin's Alamo. Other ShoWest trends: Ecocraft is selling "unbleached grease resistant popcorn bags with natural paper."

Live Nation joins effort to pre-sue concert bootleggers

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

By Eriq Gardner Legal trend alert! Concert organizers are suing bootleggers before they actually bootleg. Live Nation has now joined AEG in filing a lawsuit, this time against several John Does in advance of this weekend's OzzFest, featuring Ozzy Osbourne, Tags: Litigation Music Trademark

The unreasonable expansion of the Right of First Refusal Clause in entertainment contracts.

Gordon P. Firemark

After practicing entertainment law for nearly 25 years, I’ve noticed a disconcerting trend in deals with major studios and networks. The unreasonable expansion of the Right of First Refusal Clause in entertainment contracts.

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

Pathgather

This year’s Global Human Capital Trends report by Deloitte cited it when calling on chief learning officers to deliver “learning solutions that inspire people to reinvent themselves, develop deep skills, and contribute to the learning of others.

Formal vs. Informal Content: The Aha Moment

Pathgather

Because Pathgather aggregates formal learning content within organizations and informal learning from across the web into one place, we’re uniquely positioned to identify interesting corporate learning trends.

Copyright and Music Sampling

Media Law Prof Blog

A dominant trend in intellectual property (IP) theory asserts that technologies such as digital copying Thomas Wuil Joo, University of California, Davis, Law School, has published A Contrarian View of Copyright: Hip-Hop, Sampling, and Semiotic Democracy. Here is the abstract.

SafeSync Offers an Alternative to Dropbox

Media Law

If you are looking for an alternative file-syncing application, consider Trend Micro’s SafeSync for Business. A high level of security, with 256-bit encryption used during data transfer and encrypted storage using Trend Micro’s proprietary SecureCloud technology.

Why Businesses Must Not Wait for Their Learning Management Systems to Evolve

Pathgather

Even systems that may have been sufficient a decade ago are no longer equipped to meet today’s needs, the company said In its 2017 Global Human Capital Trends report: “The way high-performing organizations operate today is radically different from how they operated 10 years ago. MIT Sloan Management Review found that nearly 90 percent of managers and executives expect their industries will be disrupted by digital trends. It’s a question business leaders ask frequently.

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Jersey Boys’ use of Ed Sullivan Clip is fair use

Gordon P. Firemark

This case, though straying a bit from current copyright jurisprudence, does seem to continue the trend toward requiring copyright owners to consider carefully before pursuing questionable claims. Jersey Boys’ use of Ed Sullivan Clip is fair use.

My Guest Gig on ‘Law Technology Now’ Podcast

Media Law

Our topic was a recap of legal technology trends we’ve seen on the trade-show circuit this year, primarily at the recent ABA Techshow and the earlier LegalTech New York. Listen here: 2013′s Legal Technology Trends. Monica Bay, editor in chief of Law Technology News , invited me to be a guest on her Law Technology Now podcast this week.

The "So What?" of Enterprise Learning

Pathgather

When asked to rank the three benefits millennials would value most from their employer, training and development came out on top ( KPCB Internet Trends 2015 - see below).

The New Role of Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) That’s Giving Businesses ‘Extraordinary’ Growth

Pathgather

By documenting, recording and sharing their knowledge, they are becoming even more important.” A top business trend Each year Ian Altman , a business sales and growth expert and Forbes columnist, lists the “top business trends that leading companies embrace to drive success.” For 2017, he predicted that the top trend would be subject matter experts becoming “the new rainmakers.” They’re “the new rainmakers” for your company.

The Difference Between Real Learning and ‘Morale Boosting’

Pathgather

Around the world, 84 percent of executives believe learning is important, yet only 37 percent of companies believe that their current training programs are effective, according to Deloitte’s Global Human Capital Trends report. The trend lines are all pointing up,” Fyfe-Mills says. According to its 2017 Global Human Capital Trends report , companies are moving toward “always-on” learning experiences that allow employees to build skills “quickly, easily, and on their own terms.”

Why L&D Goes Hand in Hand with M&A

Pathgather

Why Knowledge Sharing is Critical in Acquisition The seemingly at-odds trends mentioned above — that M&As are highly intriguing to executives even though they frequently fail to meet anticipated goals — makes it worth considering where the key areas of failure occur.

MoFo’s IP Group Launches Tech Blog

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Since 2009, the law firm Morrison Foerster has published Mofo Tech , a digital magazine covering trends and issues in science and technology. Now, the firm has launched the MoFo Tech Blog as a counterpart to the magazine.

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BBC Reporter Goes On Trial In Tajikistan

Media Law Prof Blog

Here is more from Trend, discussing A BBC World Service journalist is on trial in Tajikistan, accused of membership in Hizbut-Tahrir(Party of Liberation), a banned group that advocates the creation of a pan-Islamic caliphate that would rule all Muslim states.

Ciani On IP Rights and the Growing Interest In Legal Protection For Culinary Creations

Media Law Prof Blog

Jacopo Ciani, University of Milan, Faculty of Law, Private Law and History of Law Department, has published Intellectual Property Rights and the Growing Interest in Legal Protection for Culinary Creations in World Food Trends and the Future of Food 15-32

Yet Another Practice Management Platform adds Document Assembly

Media Law

I’m sensing a trend here. In January, I wrote here that the Web-based practice management application Rocket Matter had added document assembly. Less than a week later, I posted here that Clio had announced its addition of a document assembly feature. Then I learned that HoudiniEsq had already offered document assembly for at least a year. Now it seems that MyCase is joining the fray.

How Technology is Transforming the Legal Field

Media Law

Later, Charles Volkert, executive director of Robert Half Legal, interviewed me about the top technology trends reshaping the legal field. Robert Half Legal just came out with a new report, Future Law Office: Technology’s Transformation of the Legal Field.

How Technology is Transforming the Legal Field

Media Law

Later, Charles Volkert, executive director of Robert Half Legal, interviewed me about the top technology trends reshaping the legal field. Robert Half Legal just came out with a new report, Future Law Office: Technology’s Transformation of the Legal Field.