litigation technology

Are Law Firms in Denial About Apple and Mobile Computing?

Are Law Firms in Denial About Apple and Mobile Computing? 150 150 Rakesh Madhava

As the “The Collapse of the Microsoft-Intel Monopoly” continues to accelerate, the response from the both the broader legal technology profession as well as the eDiscovery chattering classes has been what I can only describe as a collective yawn. But that’s not completely surprising – after all, the the legal profession is characterized by it’s…

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Meet Nextpoint at the ABA Techshow

Meet Nextpoint at the ABA Techshow 150 150 Jason Krause

This week is the opening of the 2012 American Bar Association TECHSHOW, the premier legal technology event for small and medium-sized law firms. If you’re attending the event, stop by to meet with Nextpoint. We’re not promising any crazy tchotchkes, but we guarantee anyone interested in social media archiving, trial presentation software, trial support services,…

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Could newspapers be a lesson for large law firms?

Could newspapers be a lesson for large law firms? 150 150 Rakesh Madhava

As interest in cloud computing and our products is increasing, I’m doing a lot of eduction to lawyers on the internet. A joke I keep using to put into context cloud computing is to say, “I think this Internet thing will be big”. To further make my point about why the internet is important to…

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