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From Lawyer To Legal Tech: Tom Livne, CEO of Verbit, AI-driven Transcription

February 20, 2019

As regular readers of my website are aware, I’ve long been concerned about the impact of expensive court transcripts on access to justice. So I was excited to learn about Verbit, a company that has leveraged AI to expedite the time, and reduce the costs of producing a transcript. Here’s our e-interview with Tom Livne,…

Going Solo Right After Law School

February 7, 2005

One of our readers writes: I graduated law school last year and am finishing up another graduate degree…and am taking the bar this summer.  For law students with little “real world” legal training (some law…

To Martindale or Not To Martindale?

January 30, 2005

When I started my practice back in 1993, I paid for a real listing in Martindale-Hubbell (as opposed to the cheapie listing in the front blue plages) that I kept for four years. By 1997,…

What’s Coming…

January 28, 2005

In the past few months, we’ve acquired some new readers who may not be aware that this site has been around for two years, not just the two months that the archives would indicate.  I…

I Am A Maven!

January 25, 2005

I am a maven.   I’m not so sure that it’s true, but it’s very cool, nonetheless.

A Sanction That’s Deserved

January 25, 2005

As many of my readers know, I often find that the sanctions meted out by bar disciplinary committees to be either redundant or heavy-handed, such as punishing an attorney where he’s already been ordered to…

A Law Firm That’s Out of This World (at least, its fees are)

January 25, 2005

As lawyers, we all want our work to be regarded as “out of this world” – but just not in this way.   According to this article, South Gate Chases Legal Firms, LA Times (1/23/05),  a…

Solo in Hawaii?

January 25, 2005

If you’re thinking of going solo, why not try Hawaii?  According to this article from the Pacific Business News (1/24/05),  It’s a good time to be a lawyer in Hawaii.

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