January 2011

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Legal Tech. New York. I am here.

January 31, 2011

By Jason Wilson Yes, your intrepid reporter is here. In New York, and waiting with baited breath for the start of LegalTech. I have no idea what to expect of this event, but if the extreme nerdgasm that was emanating from both of the lobby bars this evening is any indication, it is going to [...]

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Some thoughts on Thomson Reuters Legal

January 29, 2011

By Jason Wilson It should have come as no surprise to anyone to read the ABA Journal’s post on Thomson Reuters-Pangea3′s (TRP3) job posting for disbarred lawyers to work in a new Ann Arbor, Michigan document review facility, which the Journal was kind enough to promote as a stateside LPO.  According to the post, a company [...]

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This is me. I will be at Legal Tech.

January 27, 2011

By Jason Wilson Yes. It’s true. I will be at Legal Tech New York next week, roaming the halls in search of vendors with hardware and software services that all the cool kids are using these days. Along with Jason Eiseman, I’ll also be looking for an ice throne. Oh, and I’m attending a number [...]

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Exactly what do you mean by “curating”?

January 5, 2011

By Jason Wilson I find people who aren’t in the business of creating original practice-oriented content have some funny prognostications about what the future of the legal publishing (read: creating, broadcasting, and syndicating) business holds. Take, for example, Kevin O’Keefe’s recent post brazenly titled “Legal content on iPad and tablets: What’s the business model for [...]

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