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#LegalTech Startups – Stop Lying

This morning I received a press release, which is nothing worthy of comment in and of itself. I get lots of press releases. usually from some PR company that wants to promote a lawyer’s recent: book, case, appearance in the ...

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Technical Competence Is Required, Not Exuberance

A number of items for your attention, that will provide background reading for what follows. 1) An ongoing theme in my Above The Law column the past month or so has been the over-the-top enthusiasm among technical startups looking to ...

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Why You Should Lawyer Up Before You Startup

(Note: Multiple updates at bottom of post.) A couple months ago I discovered that a web service was scraping the content from a number of legal blogs. I didn’t appreciate having my friends’ content, nor mine, taken and used without ...

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Social Media Subpoena Guide 2015 Edition

I initially wrote about how to subpoena various social media sites back in 2011. Seeing as it has been a few years I thought it was time to provide an update. It’s worth noting that almost every site you attempt ...

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Anticipating The Future Of Law

If you’re a lawyer who spends any amount of time online, you’ll soon discover that the “future of law” has become a cottage industry unto itself. There are professors, pundits, lawyers-turned-consultants, all peddling their version of the future of the ...

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So If SEO Is No Longer Important, What Is?

  Yesterday I wrote about the changing nature of Google and how it means the end of SEO for lawyers: All the SEO and content generation in the world doesn’t mean a thing with the way Google is headed with ...

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