He is bringing new ideas to insurance law.
A tech tool, developed by Littler and Neota Logic, guides human resources people through legal checkpoints.
Stanford's Margaret Hagan wants to make legal processes more accessible by design.
Stanford law fellow Harm Bavnick wants to replace natural-language contracts forever.
Coming up with new ways to get its lawyers' expertise into its clients' hands.
O'Melveny's serving up something that sounds like breakfast but tastes like time-and-cost savings.
The Littler partner has launched a steady stream of innovations in how the firm manages knowledge and matters. He's also helping clients manage on their own.
Stanford's center on law and informatics is a proven incubator of new legal technologies.
Most legal problems, or any of the problems that face a business, have data understanding at their core," says Thomas Barnett, Paul Hastings' special counsel for e-discovery and data science. He'll challenge you to name an area of the law that doesn't involve data. Barnett, who founded and led the e
Russell Weiss, who represents clients in the entertainment and media industries, has joined Sidley Austin's Los Angeles office.