How better use of data can improve compliance programs

Join top executives in San Francisco on July 11-12, to hear how leaders are integrating and optimizing AI investments for success. Learn More Leading organizations that treat compliance as more than a checkbox exercise use data to uncover not just the numbers, but why certain trends are occurring and how they might impact the business. … Read more

Federal Court Strikes Down Obamacare Preventive Care Insurance Mandates

After the Supreme Court decided California v. Texas, you might have though we weren’t going to have any more significant constitutional cases about Obamacare. I certainly did. But recent events might have proved us wrong! Yesterday, federal District Judge Reed O’Connor issued a decision in Braidwood Management, Inc. v. Becerra, striking down some key Affordable … Read more

Washington’s Social Equity in Cannabis License Application Window Extended

The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB) voted on Wednesday, March 29, approving an emergency rule proposal to extend the application window for social equity in cannabis (SEIC) retail licenses. The application window has been extended from March 30, 2023, to 5:00 p.m. April 27, 2023. The rule will have the effect of amending … Read more

Shrinking Demand? Top 7 Reasons Firms Are Leveraging Experience Data |

This article appeared in Marketing the Law Firm, an ALM/Law Journal Newsletters publication reporting on the latest, and most effective, strategies for Chief Marketing Officers, Managing Partners, Law Firm Marketing Directors, Administrators and Consultants. The competition for outside legal services has never been more intense. 50% of buyers have adjusted their law firms in the last … Read more

Generative AI’s Role in the Courts: The Morning Minute |

ROBOTICS OF LAW – As’s Alaina Lancaster writes in this week’s Barometer newsletter, judges and lawyers are seriously considering which aspects of litigation and adjudication can be effectively handed down to generative AI. But if you’re picturing the machine from Willy Wonka spitting out legal advice and court rulings instead of the precise location of the three … Read more

Vatican Repudiates “Discovery Doctrine”

Last month, Chief Justice Marshall’s opinion in Johnson v. McIntosh turned 200 years old. Most 1Ls read this case in property. In this canonical decision, Marshall explained that European explorers “acquired” land in the Americas pursuant to the discovery doctrine.  Of course, indigenous people already resided on this territory, but those “fierce savages,” as Marshall called them, … Read more

Joan Biskupic Breaks Some News About Pavan v. Smith and Masterpiece Cakeshop

Earlier this week, I wrote about Joan Biskupic’s first article on her new book. Her exclusives were barely there. Biskupic’s second article, however, breaks some news. Now, these reveals are a bit dated, but they do shed some light on the Chief Justice. Let’s flash back to 2017 when two cases that concerned gay rights … Read more

Legal Speak at Legalweek 2023: Exterro’s Bill Piwonka and Radar’s Vanessa Blum |

Last week, Legal Speak was live on location at Legalweek 2023 in New York City, where we interviewed professionals from across the legal industry about everything from ChatGPT to how to hire people who care. Experts shared the initiatives they are focused on and how they are seeing the industry evolve. Source link