On this edition of Law Technology Now, host Monica Bay welcomes David Whelan, Manager of Legal Information at The Law Society of Upper Canada, to talk about “Rethink Open Source,” his article about document management in the April issue of Law Technology News. Later in the program, Monica talks with Tom O’Connor, director of the Gulf Coast Technology Center, about the Green Legal Matters Conference in New Orleans.
Going green has gone mainstream, and companies everywhere are trying to cash in with eco-friendly product claims. Products labeled as green are flooding the market, but according to consumer advocates many of these products aren’t really green. In-House Legal host, Paul D. Boynton welcomes Attorney Eric Lane of San Diego-based Luce Forward to discuss the increase in “greenwashing” lawsuits and help us stay current on this rapidly evolving area of law.
In challenging economic times, IT leaders can implement “green” policies that help their organizations save money and keep their technology edge. Monica Bay, LawTechnologyNow host and Editor-in-Chief of Law Technology News, welcomes Tom Ranalli, technical services manager for Kirkland & Ellis, to offer concrete tips to help your firm decide when to “do it yourself” or outsource technology, how to negotiate with vendors and how to get your professionals to compute and travel “smart.”