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Why Legal Teams & Tech Companies Should Think About Data Privacy “Early and Often” (Chris Handman TerraTrue COO & Co-Founder)
In this episode Chris Handman, COO and Co-Founder of data privacy management app TerraTrue, talks about Shifting Left with data privacy. “Shift left” is a concept used to identify...
Blockchain lawyer and fellow podcaster Jacob Robinson visits Technically Legal to talk about how blockchain is impacting the law now and how it will in the future.
Krystal Kovac (GC Oncore) on Building a Legal Function by Fostering Relationships and Using Accessible Tech
Krystal Kovac, Head of Legal & Compliance at Oncore, visits Technically Legal to share her story about building a legal department from the ground up.
Aaron Powers, CEO and co-founder of Hunit, talks SLCs or, Smart Legal Contracts, that are natural language contracts but utilize blockchain technology to record certain aspects of contractual relationships.
Slack attorneys Cyndi Wheeler and Mark Pike explain how they moved communications with outside counsel away from email and how they automate legal workfows.
Victor Bornstein explains how Justpoint, the company he co-founded, is building artificial intelligence to match personal injury clients to the best attorney for their case.
Logikcull CEO Andy Wilson discusses the history of Logikcull and how to build a successful SaaS business in legal tech.
How a Legal Evolution Can Save PeopleLaw – Professor William Henderson (Indiana University School of Law)
Professor William Henderson discusses changes in legal practice and how innovation can help solve access to justice to issues.
Fisher Broyles: From 5 Attorneys to AmLaw 200 and Doing it all Remotely (James Fisher & Kevin Broyles)
James Fisher and Kevin Broyles discuss the growth of their distributed law firm from 5 attorneys into the AmLaw 200.
Code is Law? Blockchain Technology and the Future of Antitrust Law (Thibault Schrepel of Codex and Free University of Amsterdam)
Thibault Schrepel of the Free University in Amsterdam and the faculty of Stanford's Codex Center discusses blockchain and antitrust law.