Why Finding a Reliable Lawyer for Family Law Matters is Crucial

Family law matters can be emotionally charged and stressful, and clients need to feel supported and understood throughout the legal process. Finding a reliable lawyer for family law matters is crucial for several reasons. Family law encompasses a wide range of legal issues, including divorce, child custody, adoption and domestic violence, among others. These matters … Read more

Bitfinex hacker, rapper wife plead guilty in crypto heist money laundering

The Bitfinex logo on a laptop computer arranged in Little Falls, New Jersey, U.S., on Saturday, May 22, 2021. Elon Musk continued to toy with the price of Bitcoin Monday, taking to Twitter to indicate support for what he says is an effort by miners to make their operations greener. Photographer: Gabby Jones/BloombergGabby Jones/Bloomberg (Bloomberg) … Read more

Allstate posts loss driven by catastrophe claims

Allstate posts loss driven by catastrophe claims | Insurance Business America Insurance News Allstate posts loss driven by catastrophe claims CEO says insurance giant will focus on improving results Insurance News By Mika Pangilinan Allstate has released its second quarter financial results, posting losses driven by more frequent catastrophic events. The insurance giant did see … Read more

Murray Silverstein Joins Stinson Tampa and New York Offices as Litigator

TAMPA, FL—Stinson LLP is pleased to welcome Murray Silverstein to the firm’s Tampa, Florida, office, which recently opened to further serve a growing number of clients with operations in Florida and to capitalize on the region’s steady growth. He will split his time between Stinson’s Tampa and New York offices. Silverstein utilizes skills honed through … Read more

Waters Co. (NYSE:WAT) Shares Sold by Pitcairn Co.

Pitcairn Co. lowered its holdings in Waters Co. (NYSE:WAT – Free Report) by 1.5% in the 1st quarter, Holdings Channel.com reports. The fund owned 2,380 shares of the medical instruments supplier’s stock after selling 36 shares during the quarter. Pitcairn Co.’s holdings in Waters were worth $737,000 at the end of the most recent quarter. … Read more

It’s Time to Rethink Digital Ownership

Wired: “In his quest to watch every Nicolas Cage movie in chronological order, law professor and author Aaron Perzanowski confirmed that he owns nothing—and that you probably don’t, either.” This is a podcast that includes a transcript…. Lauren Goode: “And do you own that music in the cloud? Gideon Lichfield: Well, that’s an interesting question … Read more

5 Super Brain Yoga Exercises to Boost Memory Power

Yoga asanas keep individuals physically fit and healthy. But have you ever considered your mental health? It is a fact that mental health is also a prerequisite of holistic well-being together with physical healthiness. Let’s find out how yoga can bring upon mental well-being by means of various asanas.      A healthy and happy morning in … Read more

Today on Legaltech Week: Jeff Brandt of Pinhawk and Doug Austin of eDiscovery Today Sit In As Guest Panelists

We are back live today at 3 E.T. for our weekly Legaltech Week discussion of the top stories in legal tech and innovation. Today, we have two guest panelists sitting in: Jeffrey Brandt, editor of Law Technology Digest from Pinhawk, and Doug Austin of eDiscovery Today. Among the stories on the agenda today: If you … Read more

The New Chatbots – Bloomberg

The Tech and Terminology Behind Those Amazing, Flawed New Chatbots Olivia Solon22 March 2023 at 07:11 GMT-4 The ChatGPT chat screen. Photographer: Gabby Jones/Bloomberg True paradigm shifts are rare, which helps to explain the buzz around ChatGPT, a chatbot driven by so-called generative artificial intelligence that promises to revolutionize the way people interact with computers. … Read more

Prisoners’ Relatives and Former Inmates Plead For Help As Deaths Mount in Sweltering Texas Prisons

Shouting, screaming and crying with raw desperation, dozens of prisoners’ relatives and former inmates gathered at the state Capitol Tuesday begging, once again, for state officials to install air conditioning in Texas prisons. “They’re cooking our babies alive!” wailed a grieving mother, whose 36-year-old son died unexpectedly in an uncooled prison last month. As a … Read more