This WEEK in LAW 174

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This WEEK in LAW
Episode 174

Contents

This Week In Law 174: Bad Yelps about the Haggis

Mike Tyson and Dr. Dre, the Olympics, tech replacing lawyers, and more.

Panel

  • Denise Howell
  • Evan Brown
  • Monica Goyal (@MonicaNGoyal)
    • My Legal Briefcase
    • "Monica Goyal is a Toronto-based lawyer and a softwarenology entrepreneur who founded My Legal Briefcase, a legal software company. After completing her undergraduate degree at the University of Waterloo (as a Dean’s List Scholar), Monica attended Stanford University where she earned her Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering. It was at Stanford that she acted as a research assistant to Mark Levoy and Mark Horowitz and worked on the Stanford Multi-Camera Array. She also holds a law degree from the University of Toronto. Monica has extensive industry experience as an electrical engineer. She was employed in both the United States and Canada in research and development with several major telecommunications and semiconductor companies. After the completion of her law degree, she worked with a top Canadian IP firm. Monica practices law in association with Fleet Street Law Chambers and First Capital Legal Services Inc, in the areas of technology law, litigation, and intellectual property."
  • Jeff Richardson (@JeffRichardson)
    • iPhoneJD.com
    • "Jeff grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana, received a B.A. in Political Science with Highest Honors from Emory University and received his J.D. with High Honors from Georgetown University Law Center. He was an active member of the debate team in high school (first place in Louisiana in 1987) and in college (fifth place at NDT in 1991), and he always enjoy meeting other former debaters. Jeff has been an attorney since 1994, and practiced law in the New Orleans office of Adams and Reese LLP. His practice areas include appellate litigation and representing defendants in class actions and complex litigation. Most of his law practice is in Louisiana, but he is also licensed in Florida. Jeff serves on his firm's technology committee and is also one of the attorneys in charge of new business acceptance at his firm. Jeff started iPhone J.D. on November 17, 2008. The site was originally focused on the iPhone, but because of the crossover between the iPad and the iPhone, the site now discuss both of those iOS devices. iPhone J.D. is the oldest and largest website for attorneys who use the iPhone and iPad, and the site was honored to see iPhone J.D. named the best legal technology blog by the ABA Journal for years 2010 and 2011."

Topics

Tip of the Week

The iPad Cover Camera Cover

Resource of the Week

My Legal Briefcase

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