Lexion, an artificial intelligence-powered contract management startup aimed at in-house legal teams at mid-market companies, said Thursday that it secured $11 million in a Series A funding round.
Alston & Bird and Latham & Watkins are the latest major law firms to recruit lawyers with cybersecurity and privacy expertise, with both firms announcing new partner additions in Washington, D.C. on Thursday.
Two weeks ago, Jeffrey Fisher notched his latest U.S. Supreme Court win, persuading the high court to overturn his client's conviction and limit the scope of a federal computer fraud law in Van Buren v. United States.
Ancestry.com Inc and its lawyers at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan have beat back a lawsuit alleging the company uses and profits from photos and personal data in its yearbook database without consent, persuading a federal judge to dismiss the case for the second time.
Paul Hastings has hired Eric Sibbitt, a financial technology and capital markets lawyer who was most recently chair of O'Melveny & Myers' fintech practice.
E-discovery and information governance company Exterro Inc has boosted its document review platform, touting heightened artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities in a Tuesday product launch.
Labor and employment firm Littler Mendelson is continuing to grow its technology-based workplace advice platform two years after its launch, as clients see the program as an "extension of their legal department," founder Scott Forman said.
Massachusetts' top court on Monday refused to revive a lawsuit alleging Barstool Sports Inc violated a state wiretap law when a Barstool podcaster interviewed the mayor of Somerville and recorded the phone conversation while pretending to be a Boston Globe reporter.
Technology-powered litigation funder Legalist has once again tapped former litigators to grow its team.
Here are some upcoming events of interest to the data privacy community. Unless otherwise noted, all times are local, and court appearances are virtual due to the COVID-19 pandemic.