David Fisher is the founder and CEO of Integra Ledger, a permissioned blockchain for the global legal industry that facilitates secure and efficient interoperability among law firms and their clients. It is designed to meet the special requirements of the legal industry, using distributed ledger technology to provide highly secure, private, and redundant access to information, as well as highly defined ownership and access rights to communications, documents, data, contracts, and smart contracts between and among law firms, clients, and invited third parties.
Max Paterson and Zeke Hughes talk about how they won the New York City chapter of the first Global Legal Hackathon with their app called Rights Now.
Trent Carlyle and Chad Jolly from Denver and Aileen Schultz from Toronto, Canada talk to David Fisher and Laurence Colletti in New York about Global Legal Hackathon updates.
Andrea Tinianow, of Global Kompass Strategies, discusses why so many institutions (including the government) are using blockchain technologies.
Brian Kuhn, co-founder of IBM Watson Legal, explains how they are training artificial intelligence to think and reason like a lawyer.
Leaders emerge early for New York City’s chapter of the first Global Legal Hackathon. What are they working on and how will it change the legal industry for the better?
David Fisher talks to Rebecca Ryan and Barry O’Connor about how Ireland views blockchain and how their firm encourages collaboration and innovation.
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