We have all heard by now the tragic tale of #PoorJennifer, the woman who, while on a Zoom conference, apparently forgot her camera was on as she carried her laptop to the bathroom to answer nature’s call, in full gallery view.

As we all adapt to this new world of online meetings, there are sure

Sixteen months ago, LexisNexis introduced Context, an analytics product that did what no other analytics product did, which was analyze the language of a judge’s opinions to identify the cases and arguments the judge finds persuasive. Later, it expanded Context to cover not just individual judges, but also entire courts.

Today, LexisNexis is launching

Litera’s business continuity series, which began last week, dives into the unprecedented challenges we are all facing and looks at how technology can help provide what law firms need to continue serving their clients, even while their teams are working remotely, unable to travel or meet face-to-face with clients, and otherwise disrupted from their

PacerPro, a company that provides automated distribution of federal court filings, said today that it is offering three months of free access to its service, as a way of helping legal professionals transition to remote work.

PacerPro’s service automatically sends notices of new filings, together with their associate PDFs, to everyone on a litigation

Fueled by interest in its new brief-automation product, the legal research company Casetext said today that it has raised $8.2 million in new funding in a round led by “one of the top revenue-generating law firms in the country.” It did not disclose the name of the firm.

Casetext cofounder and CEO Jake Heller said