What do the monkey selfie and the “Bored Ape Yacht Club” images pictured above have in common? Both depict grinning primates, of course. But less obviously, both may lack copyright. You may recall a dispute between Naruto the monkey and a photographer whose camera Naruto borrowed to take a selfie. The photographer argued that he … Continued
Practice Area: Internet & Technology Law
The latest evolution of the internet, known as Web3, will disrupt all aspects of the legal profession, from drafting contracts and filing documents to storing records and establishing trademarks. As corporate leaders, government entities and philanthropic organizations embrace this technology, tech-savvy attorneys who understand the implications will be rewarded with enormous opportunities to expand their … Continued
In financial circles, summer 2022 will go down in history as the summer of the crypto crash – a moment of reckoning for a once high-flying industry when a toxic combination of overheated growth, speculation and risk resulted in crippling losses for thousands of investors. Crypto naysayers are engaged in a series of “I told … Continued
Every law firm should take a proactive approach to maintaining strong cybersecurity protections—particularly when it comes to your payment processing.
The increase in technology adoption for lawyers has also increased risks and vulnerabilities for cyberattacks.
The COVID-19 pandemic pushed lawyers into the cloud.
If adopted by the Continuing Legal Education Board, New York State would become the first state to implement a cybersecurity requirement for lawyers.
The dedicated judges and professionals who work in these courts were not deterred and have overcome significant challenges to continue their work remotely and provide critical services to New Yorkers with substance use disorders and mental illness.
How does your engagement letter discuss your uses of technology? Are lawyers obligated to disclose whether they use Outlook or Gmail for their email service or Dropbox or Google Drive for data storage?
Data recovery teams are better at finding things on your computer than you are at hiding them.