West Point Taps Artificial Intelligence to Help Cadets Negotiate

Rob Verger
A company that sells software that analyzes the human voice and touts the virtues of empathy, rapport...
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Bexar County by the Numbers: Recent Bexar County District Court Statistics

Don Philbin, Donald R. Philbin, Jr., P.C.
In any gathering of lawyers, the discussion inevitably turns to what’s happening at the courthouse....
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Artificial Intelligence Swarms Silicon Valley on Wings and Wheels

John Markoff, The New York Times
For more than a decade, Silicon Valley’s technology investors and entrepreneurs obsessed over social...
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Mediation 4.0: Using Technology and Neuroscience to Improve Outcomes

Texas Bar CLE
Watch in the comfort of your own home or office! If you cannot watch the entire webcast at its scheduled...
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42 Essential iPad Apps for Trial Lawyers

Robert Ambrogi, Bullseye - A Legal Blog on Expert Topics
Settlement Apps Picture It Settled (free). Most cases never make it to trial, of course. If you are trying...
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Fifth Circuit Again Rejects NLRB’s Position on Class Action Waivers in Arbitral Agreements
Beth Graham, Disputing
The United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit has once again rejected a National Labor Relations Board’s (“NLRB”)...

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Eleventh Circuit Makes Vacatur Challenges More Difficult
Jaya Sharma, ABA Litigation
So, you think you have a strong case for challenging an unfavorable arbitral award on grounds that the arbitrator was (1) partial,...

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Are Lawyers Ready for the Internet of Things?
Kenneth Grady, Artificial Lawyer
IoT Law While this sounds wonderful or creepy, it also marks the point that lawyers must become more than tech comfortable. Product liability, personal injury, privacy, commercial, government, and other lawyers all have roles to play in the IoT story. When an Uber car hits another car, who will be responsible? Who does the personal injury lawyer file suit against? What are the standards? Was too little or too much information shared? Was there a breach of contract somewhere? What regulations were...

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Start-Up Chatomate Pioneers Legal Bots
Artificial Lawyer
An Edinburgh-based legal tech start-up is looking for law firms and social sector organisations that want to put into action a new generation of chat bots aimed at helping clients and improving access to justice. Srini Janarthanam, founder, ChatomateLegal bot company co-founder, Srini Janarthanam’s baby is called Chatomate and it is only a few months old after launching this April. However, the company has already developed several experimental legal chat bots, initially with a focus on helping...

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