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21 Jun 2010, 3:22 pm by legalinformatics
Susanne Fröhlich and Berthold Konrath, both of Österreichisches Staatsarchiv, and Alexander Leiningen-Westerburg of Siemens, gave a presentation entitled Digital Archiving (Long-Term-Preservation) at the Austrian National Archives: A Status Report = Digitale Langzeitarchivierung im Österreichischen Staatsarchiv: Ein Statusbericht, at e-Government Konferenz 2010, held 16-17 June 2010 in Villach, Austria. Click here for the slides of the presentation. Thanks to Ms. Fröhlich for sending the URL for… [read post]
3 Feb 2011, 2:21 pm by Richard Granat
I discovered an interesting web site called The Law Wizard,  still in beta, for pro se parties doing their own probate, in the United Kingdom.  The site promises to offer a unique package of online interactive tools, guides and videos. The Probate Wizard is initially designed for individuals who want to probate their own estates, but the site states that the tools will be made available for law firms as well. The site is scheduled for launch later n 2011. The site looks interesting because it… [read post]
29 Nov 2010, 4:03 am by Dianne Saxe
Environmental investigators are not allowed to seize private documents unless they have prior judicial authorization (i.e., a search warrant) or the consent of the owner of the documents. However, this does not always stop them. One feature of my current trial was an attempt by a Ministry of the Environment investigator to introduce into evidence documents that he had seized outside the scope of the search warrant. The investigator claimed that the company president had given him a… [read post]
28 Mar 2010, 12:58 pm by David Oxenford
Incomplete public inspection files were the largest source of fines during the last license renewal cycle.  We wrote last week about two noncommercial broadcasters whose renewal applications filed many years ago have just now led to consent decrees and voluntary contributions to the US treasury in lieu of fines.  To help commercial broadcasters avoid these issues, we have prepared a Guide to the Basics of Public Inspection File Obligations for Commercial Radio and Television Broadcasters,… [read post]
16 Sep 2011, 7:19 am by McNabb Associates, P.C.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) on September 15, 2011 released the following: "Former Bookkeeper Indicted on $2 Million Fraud Charge WICHITA, KS- William H. Nolan, 50, Wichita, Kan., former bookkeeper for Steckline Communications, Inc., is charged with one count of mail fraud and one count of wire fraud in connection with the embezzlement of more than $2 million from the company. The indictment alleges that while Nolan worked for Steckline, which was previously known as the Mid-America Ag… [read post]
5 Feb 2012, 8:14 am by legalinformatics
CALI, the Center for Computer Assisted Legal Instruction, is offering a free, online course on digital law practice, from 10 February – 6 April 2012. The course will address topics including management of a virtual law office, electronic document automation and standardization, court technology, unauthorized practice of law, unbundling of legal service, and lawyers’ use of social media. The instructors include Stephanie Kimbro, Marc Lauritsen, Richard Granat, Ronald Staudt, Kingsley Martin,… [read post]
28 Feb 2010, 4:34 pm by legalinformatics
A panel on Digitization Projects and Law Libraries will be held 18 March 2010 at the library of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. The panel is sponsored by GPLLA, the Greater Philadelphia Law Library Association. The panelists will be: John Joergensen, creator of the Rutgers Camden Law Library Digital Collections and blogger at The Hacked Librarian; and Michelle Ayers of the Third Circuit Court of Appeals Library. The panelists will discuss the… [read post]
6 Feb 2012, 8:12 am by Richard Granat
The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) is offering a free online course on digital law practice, primarily for law students and law professors, but anyone can register.   I don't doubt that most law faculty will find these topics to be irrelevant, but its connecting with law students, as over 500 law students have registered nationwide. For lawyers interested in delivering legal services online, this course would be a good introduction to the subject. The first session is… [read post]
29 Sep 2010, 11:31 am by Marshall Bender
This summer the whole country, particularly those of us living on the gulf coast, anxiously watched the seemingly endless images of oil leaking into the Gulf of Mexico following the deadly explosion on the BP oil rig Deepwater Horizon.  While the leak has only recently been capped, litigation stemming from the oil spill has already commenced. In a recent article on law.com, Fred Blum and Nader Mehizadeh noted that much of the litigation stemming from the BP oil spill will depend on volumes of… [read post]
18 Jan 2014, 4:32 am by legalinformatics
LSC TIG 2014: Legal Services Corporation Technology Initiative Grants Conference, was held 15-17 January 2014 in Jacksonville, Florida, USA. The Twitter hashtags for the event seem to have been #lsctig and #lsctig14 Click here for a storify of Twitter tweets from the event. Click here for the conference program. Selected resources related to the event are linked in the comments to this post.Filed under: Applications, Projects, Storify, Technology developments, Technology tools Tagged: Access to… [read post]
14 Sep 2012, 6:56 am by Keith Mullen
Lenders are refreshing their mortgage loan documents with provisions based on the “lessons learned” during the recent (continuing?) economic experience.  One change is to add a service of process provision. The change is based on this basic lesson learned: when the tough times hit, borrowers and guarantors sometimes are hard to find. A few simply disappear behind gated communities, on yachts, or regularly move from one remote estates to another – maybe intending to make it… [read post]
28 May 2011, 2:07 am by legalinformatics
Timothy B. Lee of the Princeton University Department of Computer Science and Center for Information Technology Policy (CITP) has posted Studying the Frequency of Redaction Failures in PACER, on the CITP’s blog, Freedom to Tinker. In this post, Mr. Lee reports on research respecting documents from the U.S. federal courts’ PACER database. Using customized software, he found that, respecting some of these documents, redactions have been attempted, but have failed. The information not redacted… [read post]
14 Sep 2012, 6:56 am by Keith Mullen
Lenders are refreshing their mortgage loan documents with provisions based on the “lessons learned” during the recent (continuing?) economic experience.  One change is to add a service of process provision. The change is based on this basic lesson learned: when the tough times hit, borrowers and guarantors sometimes are hard to find. A few simply disappear behind gated communities, on yachts, or regularly move from one remote estates to another – maybe intending to make it… [read post]
28 Apr 2010, 6:30 pm by legalinformatics
Professor Dr. Maarten Marx and Anne Schuth, both of the Universiteit van Amsterdam Informatics Institute, will present a paper entitled DutchParl: The Parliamentary Documents in Dutch, at LREC 2010: The 7th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, to be held 17-23 May 2010 in Malta. The DutchParl corpus is available here. Here is the abstract of the paper: A corpus called DutchParl is created which aims to contain all digitally available parliamentary documents written in the… [read post]
15 Apr 2014, 12:41 am by legalinformatics
Slides and handouts of many of the presentations at LSC TIG 2014: Legal Services Corporation Technology Initiative Grants Conference, have been posted. The presentations concern the use of technology for improving access to justice. The conference was held 15-17 January in Jacksonville, Florida, USA. Click here for the conference program. The Twitter hashtags for the event seem to have been #lsctig and #lsctig14 Click here for a storify of Twitter tweets from the event. HT David BonebrakeFiled… [read post]
13 May 2010, 2:13 pm by legalinformatics
Florian Kuhn of Universität Potsdam Department Linguistik presented a paper entitled A Framework for Graph-based Parsing of German Private Law Decisions, at LIT 2010: The 3rd Workshop on Legal Informatics and Legal Information Technology, held 3 May 2010, in Berlin, Germany, in conjunction with BIS 2010: The 13th International Conference on Business Information Systems. Here is the abstract of the paper: We present a work in progress report of our research on automatically analyzing German court… [read post]
16 Jan 2011, 12:16 pm by legalinformatics
Slides are now available for many papers given at JURIX 2010: The 23rd International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems, held 16-17 December 2010 at the University of Liverpool Computer Science Department, in Liverpool, England, UK. HT JURIX Blog. Filed under: Applications, Conference papers, Conference proceedings, Slides, Technology developments Tagged: Automatic classification of legal documents, Automatic updating of legal documents, Burden of proof, Conflict of laws… [read post]
9 Oct 2010, 12:04 am by legalinformatics
Accepted papers have been announced for JURIX 2010: The International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems, to be held 16-17 December 2010, at the University of Liverpool Department of Computer Science, in Liverpool, England, UK. Invited speakers for the conference have also been announced. Filed under: Articles and papers, Conference papers Tagged: Automatic classification of legal documents, Automatic updating of legal documents, Burden of proof, Conflict of laws information… [read post]
15 Dec 2010, 12:01 pm by legalinformatics
The final program has been posted for JURIX 2010: The International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems, being held 15-17 December 2010, at the University of Liverpool Department of Computer Science, in Liverpool, England, UK. The Twitter hashtag for the conference is #jurix. Click here for papers from the 15 December workshop: Modelling Legal Cases and Legal Rules 2010. Click here for information about the invited speakers, who include John L. Sheridan of The National Archives… [read post]
27 Jan 2010, 3:09 pm by legalinformatics
Videos are now available for all of the workshop panels and the Law.gov panel from Open Government: Defining, Designing, and Sustaining Transparency (POGW), a workshop held 21-22 January 2010 at Princeton University’s Center for Information Technology Policy (CITP). Click here for a summary of the legal-information-related discussion at the workshop. Posted in Applications, Articles and papers, Conference papers, Conference proceedings, Technology developments, Technology tools Tagged: AustLII,… [read post]