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"And I've become, like, such a slave to the GPS, I just follow it like I'm a robot. And I'm following it..."

"... and at one point, my dad's in the backseat. My mom's sitting next to me in the front seat. And at one point, my dad said, like, where are you going? Like, why are you going this way? And I don't even know exactly where I was. I think it had taken me to the Cross Island, and then an exit in Queens. And he was like, why are you going this way? And I was like, the GPS says-- I'm just following the GPS-- (LAUGHING) like I always do. And then it told me to make a left on Broadway in Queens. I ma...
Tags: Death, Technology, Law, NYC, Queens, Broadway, Manhattan, Driving, Janet, Ann Althouse, Cross Island


Man files class-action lawsuit against Canon, seeking more than $5 million in damages over printers that won't scan documents when ink cartridges are low

Canon PIXMA printers. A class-action complaint says the All-in-One printers won't scan when their ink is low. Neilson Barnard/Getty Images A man in New York sued Canon, saying the firm's All-in-One printers won't scan without printer ink. David Leacraft filed a class-action complaint in federal court on Tuesday. Canon's "claims are false, misleading, and reasonably likely to deceive the public," he said. A Queens man filed a class-action lawsuit against Canon, saying some ...
Tags: New York, News, Electronics, Law, Trends, Tech, Walmart, Queens, Retail, Scanners, US District Court, Canon, Printers, Class Action, Levi Korsinsky, Tech Insider


Recording Testimony Is No Substitute For A Court Reporter

A digital recording is no substitute for the neutrality and legitimacy that is inferred when a court report is involved in recording the testimony of witnesses.
Tags: Technology, Law, Small Law Firms, Court Reporters / Stenographers, Jordan Rothman


Court Says Google Translate Isn’t Reliable Enough To Determine Consent For A Search

Warrants sound better in the original Klingon.
Tags: Google, Technology, Law, Police, Constitutional Law


The Non-Event Industry Wrap-Up: Legal Billing Software [Sponsored]

The latest from Clio, LawPay, and MyCase.
Tags: Technology, Law, Sponsored Content, ATL Non-Event, Non-Event, Time Billing & Payments


LegalZoom Is Coming For Your Lunch

The online behemoth has been authorized to dispense legal advice in Arizona and Utah.
Tags: Technology, Law, Arizona, Biglaw, James Goodnow, LegalZoom, Alternative Legal Service Providers


WIRTW #600: the “Here, there, and every … where” edition

This week I rejoined my good friends Marc Alifanz and Kate Bischoff on the Hostile Work Environment podcast to discuss the Season 2 finale of Ted Lasso. Spoiler alert: you should absolutely avoid listening until you complete Season 2. We discussed the employment law and human resources beats we saw in the episode, including Nate's descent into darkness, the fallout of Sam's big choice, and the actions of Trent Crimm, Independent. You'll also hear talk of mannequins, sky diving, and arugula. Fin...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Law, Sam, Engadget, Eric Meyer, Nate, Ragan, Zihuatanejo, Jon Hyman, Kate Bischoff, Marc Alifanz, Suzanne LucasEmployee


Paradigm, Parent To Three Practice Management Platforms, Acquired By Francisco Partners

A Reuters report valued the deal at $400 million, citing 'people familiar with the matter.'
Tags: Technology, Law, Reuters, Francisco Partners


The Case For A Doc Management Upgrade

If your document management processes are still a work in progress, this podcast is an essential listen.
Tags: Technology, Law, Document Management, Legal Technology, Practice Management, Small Law Firms, Jared Correia, ATL Non-Event, Non-Event, Non-Eventcast


Should Lawyers Use TikTok For Marketing?

One of the best ways to understand how to take advantage of TikTok to market your law practice is to see how other lawyers are using it.
Tags: Technology, Law, Marketing, Nicole Black, Tiktok


Seeking Junior To Senior Corporate Associate Attorney [Sponsored]

The winning candidates will work with the one of the most diversified technology practice groups in the country.
Tags: Asia, Texas, Technology, Law, Remote Work, Corporate Governance, Associate, Sponsored Content, Kinney Recruiting, Asia Chronicles, SEC filings


New In-House Survey Confirms Again That Lawyers Need Their Hands Held

Failing to understand technology is not just for outside counsel!
Tags: Technology, Law, House, Surveys, In-House Counsel, Legal Operations


Premier Legal Practice Management Features Your Firm Will Want ASAP [Sponsored]

Run a more productive firm with customizable billing rules, paperless automated prebills, e-signature, and more!
Tags: Technology, Law, Uncategorized, Rocket Matter, Sponsored Content, Small Law Firms


Former Apple employee alleges a Tim Cook email saying leakers 'do not belong' at the company violates worker-protection laws

An Apple Store in Manhattan. Mike Segar/Reuters Former Apple employee Ashley Gjovik filed new complaints against the tech giant Tuesday. She alleges that Apple's anti-leak stance and strict employee handbook violates US labor laws. Last month, Tim Cook reportedly wrote "people who leak confidential information do not belong here," in an email to staff. Last month, Ashley Gjovik was fired from her senior program manager position at Apple. Now, she's just completed midterms during ...
Tags: Apple, Cook, News, Law, US, Trends, Tim Cook, National Labor Relations Board, Nlrb, Whistleblower, Big Tech, Tech Insider, Hannah Towey, Ashley Gjovik, Gjovik, Apple Now


How Law360 Pulse Explores The Human Side Of The Legal Industry [Sponsored]

Business of Law editor Martin Bricketto discusses the trends he'll be watching.
Tags: Technology, Law, Law Schools, Biglaw, Sponsored Content, In-House Counsel, Small Law Firms, Martin Bricketto


En Banc Petition: Counting to Two Alice Style

by Dennis Crouch Apple Inc. v. Universal Secure Registry LLC, Docket No. 20-01223 (Fed. Cir. 2021) In August, the Federal Circuit sided with Apple and affirmed the district court determination that USR’s asserted claims were all directed to abstract ideas — and thus ineligible under 35 U.S.C. § 101. When I first wrote about the original decision, I noted the high correlation between the two steps of Alice: “if a claim fails step one, it usually fails step two as well.”  However, this particular ...
Tags: Apple, Supreme Court, Law, Patent, Alice, Apple Inc, Fed, Federal Circuit, Stoll, Dennis Crouch, Fed Cir, CLS Bank, Alice Mayo, Universal Secure Registry LLC, En Banc Petition, USR Apple Petition Alice Corp


Muslim women were held in a cell for months by Chinese police for cyber 'pre-crimes' such as accessing WhatsApp and a school Gmail account, book says

People are detained by the police after a rally in Hong Kong on December 22, 2019 to show support for the Uighur minority in China. Photo by ANTHONY WALLACE/AFP via Getty Images Muslim women were sent to Chinese re-education camps for cyber "pre-crimes," a book out Tuesday reveals. One student said she was detained for using a VPN to open her school Gmail account and submit homework. She shared a cell with a woman arrested for using WhatsApp to contact coworkers, the book says. Women b...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Hong Kong, News, Privacy, Law, China, US, International, Trends, Tech, Data, Cybersecurity, Muslim, Kazakhstan


"Instead of trying to carpet the world, put on slippers."

Said a commenter, at WaPo, on an "Ask Amy" column about a letter from a woman who wanted another woman's husband to stop talking so much and so obnoxiously on Facebook. The larger issue is the way people expect the wife to control her husband and think it's a wife's job to be an intermediary on their behalf. It's always the woman's job to tend to social harmony. A secondary issue is that people who are unhappy with interactions occurring on Facebook don't seem to realize you can just click a but...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Marriage, Law, Etiquette, Shoes, Earth, Al Franken, Amy, WaPo, Franken, Ann Althouse, Vincent Gigante, Aphorisms, Jordan Peterson The Redditor


Leading Lawmaker To Space Force: Stop Talking About Uniforms, Tell Me About Tech

'We’ve got to be tougher, faster, bolder,' said Rep. Jim Cooper. 'And I'm really not seeing that like I would like to see.'
Tags: Technology, Law, Government, Jim Cooper, Military / Military Law, ATL Defense


The Legal Tech-To-English Dictionary: eDiscovery Software

Unpacking the lingo with stray Legos, baseball legends, and 'Deadpool.'
Tags: Technology, Law, Legal Technology, Ediscovery, Jared Correia, Legal Operations, ATL Non-Event, Non-Event, Legal Tech-to-English Dictionary


Do Your Google Searches Count As Speech? You Better Hope So.

Look... I can explain why William Jackson Harper is in my recent search history.
Tags: Google, Technology, Law, Government, Surveillance, Aclu, Department Of Justice, William Jackson Harper


Fujitsu’s Latest ScanSnap, The iX1300, Is The Perfect Scanner For #WFH Professionals

What makes it ideal for working from home (or even in the office) is that it is designed to be compact — roughly the size of a box of tissues — but with relatively robust features.
Tags: Technology, Law, Fujitsu


Morning Docket: 10.07.21

* Judge blocks enforcement of Texas's Roe work around. Time is gonna feel very Jeremy Bearimy (WARNING: This is a "The Good Place" spoiler) until SCOTUS just rules on this damned thing. [Reuters] * The people whose life spans will presumably overlap with the heavy consequences of global warming have a flavor of existential dread that's being called "eco-anxiety." Relatedly, law schools are already worried about the costs they will accrue for the Class of 2040 K-JD's puppy de-stress playdates. [...
Tags: Google, Texas, Law, Colorado, Cbs News, Time, Reuters, Wjla, Morning Docket, Jeremy Bearimy


How do we attribute value to an NFT?

How do we attribute value to an NFT? We can analyze this question from a number of perspectives. To start, we could draw a line of demarcation between categories of possessions that exist physically and those that exist intangibly. One intuitively understands how to value tangible things. This is often tied to the item’s usefulness. For example, a car has value because it transports. A knife is useful for cutting. A pen enables writing. We move out one level of abstraction and see that pieces of...
Tags: Google, Law, Chicago, Paris, Jack Dorsey, Louvre, Dorsey, Mona Lisa, Metro, Da Vinci, NFT, Vinci, Evan Brown


Now Live At The Non-Event: Real-Life Swag! 

Become more efficient, create happy clients, boost your bottom line — and, best of all, claim your free Above the Law gear! 
Tags: Technology, Law, Legal Technology, ATL Non-Event, Non-Event, Time Billing & Payments



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