Jackson Lewis Named Law Firm Volunteer of the Year by Pro Bono Partnership of Ohio

CINCINNATI, OH (April 10, 2024) Nationwide employment law firm Jackson Lewis P.C. is pleased to announce that the firm has been named the 2023 Law Firm Volunteer of the Year by Pro... Read more »

The Five Most Momentous Legal Tech Fails

While the last few years have brought an abundance of new and innovative legal tech products to market, the fact of the matter is that not every new product will succeed. Inevitably,... Read more »

California Appellate Court Rules Chat Messages Not Corporate Minu

A California corporation is required to keep “minutes of the proceedings of its shareholders, board and committees of the board”. Cal. Corp. Code § 1500. Minutes are required to be open to inspection upon... Read more »

Hong Kong deports Reporters Without Borders representative sent to monitor Jimmy Lai’s trial – JURIST

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) stated on Wednesday that Hong Kong authorities detained its representative Aleksandra Bielakowska for six hours and later deported her from the territory. Bielakowska was about to attend the... Read more »

Top Five Labor Law Developments for March 2024

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New Product from Litera Uses Gen AI to Create Database of Corporate Deal Terms from a Firm’s Own Documents

Litera today released a new product that uses generative artificial intelligence to create a database of corporate deal terms from a law firm’s own documents, in order to give legal teams easy... Read more »

US Intervenes in FCA Qui Tam Cybersecurity Fraud Case

The United States has intervened in a False Claims Act qui tam case against Georgia Tech Research Corporation, Georgia Institute of Technology, and Georgia Tech Research Institute (Collectively “Georgia Tech”) for violations... Read more »

US EPA issues new drinking water standards targeting PFAS – JURIST

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the finalization of new drinking water standards Wednesday that aim to reduce the amount of harmful chemicals legally allowed in water in the United States.... Read more »

How Manufacturers Can Stay Ahead of the Changing Landscape of PFAS Regulations

Perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), commonly known as “forever chemicals,” are a varied group of thousands of manufactured chemicals and have been used in industry and consumer products since the 1940s. In... Read more »

Miss Last Friday’s Legaltech Week? Here’s the Video. Among Our Topics: Should We Ban ‘Nonlawyer’?

If you missed it last Friday, here is Legaltech Week for April 5, 2024. Among our topics: Banning “nonlawyer,” updates from the International Association of Privacy Professionals, lawyer chastised for Microsoft Word... Read more »
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