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By David Hechler |

David Hechler, executive editor of Corporate Counsel magazine, interviews Cullen Hoback, filmmaker of "Terms and Conditions May Apply."

LegalTech New York 2014 Video: Magistrate Judge John M. Facciola

What does the future hold for e-Discovery? According to Judge John Facciola, Magistrate Judge for the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, the answer is simple: education.

LegalTech New York 2014 Video: Above the Law's David Lat

The Careerist's chief blogger Vivia Chen sits down with Above the Law founder David Lat to discuss the benefits and impact of legal blogging.

LegalTech New York 2014

Law Technology News' Editor-in-Chief Monica Bay sits down with ALM's Chief Digital Officer Jeffrey Litvack to discuss exciting new changes on the Law.com site.

LegalTech New York 2014 Video: LexisNexis' Bob Romeo

Law Technology News' Editor-in-Chief Monica Bay interviews Bob Romeo, CEO of Research and Litigation Business for LexisNexis. In this video, he discusses new digital trends, and the direction in which the company is headed.

LegalTech 2014 Video: ALM CDO Jeffrey Litvack

Law Technology News' Editor-in-Chief Monica Bay sits down with ALM's Chief Digital Officer Jeffrey Litvack to discuss exciting new changes on the Law.com site.

LegalTech New York 2014 Video: ALM President and CEO Bill Carter

In a video interview with Law Technology News Editor-in-Chief Monica Bay, Bill Carter reflects on his first two years as president and CEO of American Lawyer Media.

IP Law Expert Q&A

Yar Chaikovsky of McDermott Will & Emery and Michael Barclay of the Electronic Frontier Foundation discuss developing issues in intellectual property law.

Patent Law — Best Practices as Seen From the Bench

Three U.S. district judges and a U.S. magistrate participated in a roundtable discussion in Dallas, "Patent Law: Best Practices As Seen From The Bench."

Nigel Murray on Helping Heroes

Nigel Murray, managing director at the Huron Consulting Group, shares his support for the charity Help the Heroes, which supports soldiers and sailors who have had life changing injuries.

Roberta Gelb on Technology Training

Roberta Gelb, president of Chelsea Office Systems, talks about how trends such as cloud computing and bring your own device (BYOD) have law firms realizing the importance of training in the adoption of new technologies.

Eric Turkewitz on Legal Blogging

Eric Turkewitz, of The Turkewitz Law Firm and author of the New York Personal Injury Law Blog, offers dos and don'ts for first-time legal bloggers.

Mark Michels on Amending the FRCP

Mark Michels, director at Deloitte Financial Advisory Services, discusses proposed amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure that include setting a higher bar for sanctions for failure to preserve data.

Browning Marean on E-Discovery Education

Browning Marean III, senior counsel at DLA Piper, discusses the current landscape in electronic discovery.education from top tier law schools to certification programs.

Ron Hedges on Hot E-Discovery Issues

Ron Hedges, retired U.S. magistrate judge for the District of New Jersey, looks at hot topics in e-discovery and beyond including predictive coding, privacy, and anonymizing data.

Ron Hedges on Criminal E-Discovery

Ron Hedges, retired magistrate judge for the District of New Jersey, talks about the growth of e-discovery in criminal law including requests for electronic infomation by government agencies and case law.

Steve Fletcher on BYOD

Steve Fletcher, CIO at Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein, speaks to issues "bring your own device" policies bring to law firms, such as securing client data.

Doug Caddell on CIOs and Mobility

Consultant Doug Caddell discusses how the pervasiveness of personal tech is affecting the use of technology at law firms and how CIOs can address this.

Tom Baldwin on Insourcing Litigation Support

Tom Baldwin, chief knowledge officer at Reed Smith, discusses bringing document review services in-house to help clients reduce their legal spend.

Tom Baldwin on Alternative Fee Arrangements

Tom Baldwin, chief knowledge officer at Reed Smith, discusses using technology to predict and control costs to help answer clients' business needs.

Adam Losey on Tech Trends for Corporate Counsel

Adam Losey, an associate at Foley & Lardner, talks about six trends in legal technology that corporate counsel should watch in 2013.

Robert Owen on E-Discovery Rules Changes

Robert Owen, partner at Sutherland Asbill & Brennan, discusses proposed changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure that affect sanctions for failure to preserve electronically stored information and narrow the scope of relevant ESI.

Robert Owen on Advancing E-Discovery

Robert Owen, partner at Sutherland Asbill & Brennan, talks about his work with the Georgetown Law Advanced E-Discovery Institute as well as the Electronic Discovery Institute in fostering education and research in e-discovery.

Neeraj Rajpal on MoFo's IT Overhaul

Neeraj Rajpal of Morrison & Foerster, LTN's CIO of the Year, discusses using a software-as-a-service IT management tool to migrate 2,500 users to Microsoft Windows 7 and Office 2010.

John Mayer on Computer-Assisted Education

John Mayer, executive director of the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction and LTN's IT Champion of the Year, talks about blazing trails in the use of technology to teach students substantive law.

Allegra Rich on a Pro Bono Extranet

Allegra Rich, partner at Seyfarth Shaw, which won LTN's award for Most Innovative Use of Technology in a Pro Bono Project, discusses implementing a secure, private extranet for Kids in Need of Defense.

Scott Kane on Intelligent Discovery

Scott Kane, managing partner at Squire Sanders, which won LTN's award for Most Innovative Use of Technology at a Large Law Firm, describes how the firm developed its Intellegent Discovery Process for document review.

Judge Michael Baylson on Practicing E-Discovery

Senior Judge Michael Baylson, of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, talks about common problems young practitioners face when first conducting e-discovery in the court.

Michael Kraft on Technology Upgrades

Michael Kraft, general counsel of Kraft & Kennedy, discusses some of the dilemmas an organization faces when implementing new technologies to advance its business needs.

Michael Kraft on the Power of Analytics

Michael Kraft, general counsel of Kraft & Kennedy, weighs the advantage predictive analytics brings to litigants in e-discovery against the threat it poses to privacy.

Judge Andrew Peck on Proportionality

Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck of the Southern District of New York discusses proportionality in e-discovery, the idea that the costs of discovery shouldn't exceed the monetary or societal value of a case.

Shawn Troutt on Cisco's Company E-Book

Senior Corporate Counsel Shawn Troutt of Cisco Systems, which won LTN's award for Most Innovative Use of Technology in a Corporation, discusses how the company's compliance department created an e-book on Cisco's code of conduct.

Chad Burton on Virtual Law Practice

Chad Burton of Burton Law, winner of LTN's award for Most Innovative Use of Technology in a Small Law Firm, discusses running a law firm on a distributed virtual model.

Ralph Losey on Outsourcing Litigation Support

Ralph Losey, partner at Jackson Lewis, talks about why law firms should concentrate on their core competencies and leave the nonlegal e-discovery work to vendors, the subject of his LTN article, "Five Reasons to Outsource Litigation Support."

Judge Andrew Peck on Predictive Coding

U.S. Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck of the Southern District of New York discusses the role of predictive coding in the Virginia case Global Aerospace and in "Search, Forward," an LTN article on document review technology.

Adam Losey on Young Lawyers and EDD

Adam Losey, an associate at Foley & Lardner and founder of not-for-profit IT-Lex , discusses how electronic data discovery is a value-add for young lawyers seeking to differentiate themselves in a tight job market.

Judge James Francis on E-Discovery

LTN's Monica Bay interviews U.S. Magistrate Judge James Francis (SDNY) on the judge's role in electronic discovery disputes.

Judge James Francis on Proportionality

U.S. Magistrate Judge James Francis (SDNY) on weighing the skyrocketing costs of e-discovery.

Michael Suchsland on Mobile Lawyering

Michael Suchsland, president of the legal division of Thomson Reuters, on the evolving business of legal publishing and technology.

Charles Duhigg on Predictive Analytics

Legal Tech keynote speaker and New York Times reporter Charles Duhigg talks about the neurology of habit formation as it relates to the legal industry and the power of predictive analysis on big data sets.

Trevor Hughes on Privacy

International Association of Privacy Professionals president J. Trevor Hughes on privacy issues in cross-border disputes.

2012 LTN Innovation Awards

Law Technology News' Editor-in-Chief Monica Bay presents the 2012 LTN Innovation Award winners.

Michael Arkfeld on E-Discovery Education

Longtime LTN board member and former federal prosecutor Michael Arkfeld discusses the new e-discovery curriculum he helped build at Arizona State University Center for Law, Science and Innovation.

Casey Flaherty on Tech Audits

Kia Motors corporate counsel and LTN contributor D. Casey Flaherty explains his controversial approach to testing law firms' technological aptitude.

Mark Dorman on Mobile Computing

Wolters Kluwer's Mark Dorman discusses the trend of "Bring Your Own Device" and the technology solutions available to attorneys for seamless mobile computing.

Patrick Oot Previews Day Two of LegalTech

E-Discovery Institute's Patrick Oot gives us a preview of the highlights for Day Two of LegalTech 2013.

Bill Carter on the Year Ahead

ALM CEO Bill Carter speaks with LTN Editor-in-Chief Monica Bay about new developments in the legal publishing industry.

Ted Olson on Marriage Equality

The American Lawyer's Editor-in-Chief Robin Sparkman interviews Gibson Dunn partner and LegalTech keynote speaker Ted Olson on the key issues that are expected at oral argument in the marriage equality cases before the Supreme Court in March.

David Cowen on Productivity

David Cowen of The Cowen Group on this year's hot topic at Legal Tech: productivity.

Craig Ball on Native Data

LTN contributor Craig Ball makes a case for maintaining electronic records in their original file format.

Henry Dicker on LegalTech 2013

LTN Editor-in-Chief Monica Bay discusses the first day's events at LegalTech 2013 with Henry Dicker, ALM's Vice President of Events.

Howard Reissner on Predictive Coding

Planet Data's Howard Reissner discusses the key issues and developments in predictive coding.

Bob Romeo on LexisNexis

LexisNexis's Bob Romeo talks about how the legal research company is responding to changes in the market.

Monica Bay on Legal Tech Trends

LTN editor Monica Bay and ALM Editor-in-Chief Aric Press chat about the challenges large law firms face in keeping abreast of legal technology.

Douglas Cawley on Large Patent Verdicts

Douglas Cawley, principal of McKool Smith in Dallas and a patent lawyer, tells how he works to make jurors comfortable with the idea of large verdicts.

Inside & Outside Counsel Roundtable

Greg Mitchell of The Recorder moderates a roundtable discussion with Joan Tucker Fife of Winson & Strawn, Michael Rhodes of Cooley, Tim O'Leary of NetApp, and Larry Denny of Tivo that addresses building relationships between in-house and outside counsel, including alternative fee agreements and how corporations assess the quality of a law firm's services

Judge William Monahan on Technology in Trial

Judge William Monahan of Santa Clara County Superior Court in California talks about technology during trial and offers advice for new attorneys.

Peter Vogel on Software Contracts

LTN Editor-in-Chief Monica Bay discusses with Peter Vogel, partner at Gardere Wynne Sewell, what companies can do when negotiating software agreements with vendors, such as protecting trade secrets and ensuring that the software performs according to its contract requirements. For more, read his LTN article, "Negotiating Software Contracts for Enterprise Resource Planning."

David Cowen on Trends in Big Data

LTN magazine Editor-in-Chief Monica Bay talks with David Cowen, of executive search firm The Cowen Group, about major corporations using business analytics, the "ick" factor, and whether Big Data has had its tipping point, the subject of LTN's October cover story, "Defending Big Data."

David Cowen on the Rise of Managed Services

David Cowen, managing partner of The Cowen Group, talks with LTN magazine's Editor-in-Chief Monica Bay about the movement of e-discovery jobs from Big Law to the vendor side of managed services -- and the salaries available to those who make the jump.

Brian Glaser on Apple's IP Battle With Android

In the September 2012 episode of Corporate Counsel 123, web editor Brian Glaser highlights three things in-house counsel will want to know about: the big Apple vs. Android IP battle, potential changes to FAA regulations on using electronics on airplanes, and the ACC's upcoming annual event in Orlando, FL.

Shannon Green on the YouTube Ripper

Reporter Shannon Green discusses her story about a young German computer science student who rubbed Google's in-house lawyers the wrong way with his audio-stripping service for YouTube.

Bruce Marshall of Flexjet

Bruce Marshall, senior director of legal services at Flexjet, speaks about keeping in-house in compliance with the Departement of Transportation and the FAA and "partnering" with outside counsel in litigation.

T.J. Johnson Previews ILTA 2012

T.J. Johnson, program manager of conferences for the International Legal Technology Association, discusses this year's ILTA conference with Monica Bay, LTN magazine's editor-in-chief. The conference, to be held from Aug. 26-30 in Washington, D.C., invites attendees to share their own interpretations of the core theme "ac2dc" -- from advanced curriculum to deliver content to annual conference to D.C.

Judge Gary Picetti on Courtroom Video Arraignment Processes

Alameda County, Calif. Superior Court Judge Gary Picetti talks about the newly installed video arraignment system in his courtroom. He deems the project a success thus far, saying it saves time -- and likely money -- because prisoners no longer need to be transported from a jail 30 miles away.

'Corporate Counsel' ITC Survey 2012

Will the International Trade Commission be spoiled by its own success? Corporate Counsel's editor-in-chief, Anthony Paonita, speaks about that possibility, as the quasi-judicial forum for patent disputes -- such as current battles over smarphones and tablets -- may be becoming too popular for its own good.

Social Media and Family Law

Christian V. Badali, a partner in the family law practice group at Philadelphia's Weber Gallagher, discusses the emerging issues involving social media and its effect on family law cases and answers "Should you be on social media if you are going through a divorce?" and "How can your friends on Facebook affect your custody case?"

Mark Michels on Efforts to Rein In Rising E-Discovery Costs Pt. 2

Consultant Mark Michels speaks to Monica Bay, editor-in-chief of Law Technology News, about what federal courts are doing to address rising e-discovery costs, specifically the issue of proportionality -- the idea that the cost of discovery and preservation should be equal to the amount at stake in a case. In part one he offered an overview of e-discovery costs.

Mark Michels on Efforts to Rein In Rising E-Discovery Costs Pt. 1

Consultant Mark Michels speaks to Monica Bay, editor-in-chief of Law Technology News, about what federal courts and the Federal Civil Rules advisory committee have been doing to address rising e-discovery costs.

Calif. Judge Kurt Kumli on Technology in the Courtroom

Judge Kurt Kumli of California's Santa Clara Superior Court discusses with reporter Kate Moser of The Recorder the pros and cons of using technology in trial presentation.

Albert Barsocchini on Working Unleashed at NightOwl Pt. 1

Albert Barsocchini, director of strategic consulting at NightOwl, speaks with LTN magazine's Editor-in-Chief Monica Bay about how remote technology enabled him to stay in San Francisco and work for the Minneapolis legal technology company in an untethered office, covered in LTN's June cover story "Unleashed."

Albert Barsocchini on Working Unleashed at NightOwl Pt. 2

In part two of his conversation with LTN magazine's Editor-in-Chief Monica Bay, Albert Barsocchini, director of strategic consulting at NightOwl, discusses how the Minneapolis company has reconfigured its office to meet with the needs of a remote and mobile workforce. For more on the changing legal workspace, read LTN's June cover story "Unleashed."