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An Australian legal tech start-up has raised $7.5 million as it gets set to launch in New Zealand and south-east Asia, claiming it will provide legal services at a tenth of the cost of traditional services.

Published in Business Software

GUEST INTERVIEW: Just as security is now built into products, services and businesses from the ground up, so too should important legal issues be considered when starting a business, employing staff, dealing with data, IP, working form home, data breaches, staff who leave and much, much more, as lawyer Nicholas Stewart explains.

Published in Guest Interviews

GUEST INTERVIEW: Just as security is now built into products, services and businesses from the ground up, so too should important legal issues be considered when starting a business, employing staff, dealing with data, IP, working form home, data breaches, staff who leave and much, much more, as lawyer Nicholas Stewart explains.

Published in Business IT

Why on Earth would a tech startup want to see a lawyer? You might expect lawyers to cost a lot of money and be naysayers that impede start-up progress, but it turns out they can actually be useful - according to lawyer and business expert Elise Margow.

Published in Business IT

Auckland-based anti-money laundering firm First AML has raised US$7.3 million (A$ 9.99 million) in a Series A funding round led by the American firm Bedrock Capital, and supported by its existing investors, Pushpay founder Chris Heaslip and Icehouse Ventures.

Published in Market

A gang of hackers has used the Sekhmet ransomware to attack the site of Coles, Baldwin, Kaiser & Creager, a legal firm based in Connecticut, that has a long list of well-known clients.

Published in Security

The attackers behind the REvil ransomware are reportedly demanding an increased ransom from American food distribution firm Harvest/Sherwood Food Distributors after negotiations over the amount to be paid, through incident response company Coveware, went wrong.

Published in Security

New York-based entertainment and media lawyers Grubman Shire Meiselas & Sacks has been hit by the Windows REvil ransomware, with a small amount of information released by the attackers and a lot more promised.

Published in Security

Legaltech startup and online dispute resolution platform Immediation has officially launched in Australia in a move the company says takes commercial disputes out of the courtroom and online.

Published in Strategy

New research has revealed a major cybersecurity skills gap amongst Australian lawyers, with 86% of legal practitioners believing the industry needs to upskill in cybersecurity measures.

Published in Security

Australia’s legal fraternity is grappling with unprecedented digital disruption as work traditionally undertaken by lawyers is handled better, faster and cheaper by technology, according to a newly published report.

Published in Market

A survey of the cyber security practices of lawyers in Western Australia has found that they often expose confidential and sensitive client data to the possibility of being exfiltrated.

Published in Security

A Melbourne-based lawyer and business adviser says the new data breach notification law will not be the only one working to potentially internalise the costs of a breach.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 17 January 2018 01:29

Lawyers hit by cyber criminals, says Darktrace

Western Australian law firm Jackson McDonald has selected AI technology from Singapore-based security firm Darktrace to defend its critical data, including confidential case work, litigation strategies and sensitive client information.

Published in Security
Friday, 30 January 2015 00:49

Young lawyers: talk your way to success

Being able to articulate your position and speak clearly is a skill every lawyer should be well versed at, but are young lawyers texting and typing their way to failure?

Published in Business Software

Sydney Criminal Lawyers have launched its NSW Pocket Lawyer app for iPhone and iPad, so if you have a foolish lark, just consult your pocket shark.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 26 November 2014 15:19

VIDEO: Kim Dotcom - Kim DotBROKE or Kim Dotcon?

The man who broke the Internet’s copyright conventions long before Kim ‘DotKardashian’ pimped her shiny butt in Paper magazine, Kim Dotcom, says he is broke, but is it all just a disinformative joke?

Published in Entertainment

Edward Naughton is at it again. The lawyer from Brown Rudnick has for the third time alleged that Google is violating the terms of the GPLv2 under which the Linux kernel is distributed.

Published in Open Sauce
If someone spots a potentially costly security hole in your product would you say thanks and fix it, or send in the lawyers? Microsoft opted for the latter, and it was absolutely wrong on this occasion to do so.

Published in Home Tech
News is breaking that solicitors Carter Ruck has now "dropped its claim that to report parliament would be a contempt of court" just before a legal challenge was due to be heard in the High Court. Twitter users can celebrate playing their part in helping to defend the freedom of the press. iTWire reveals all...

Published in Home Tech
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