View from the Hot Seat – Five Winning Courtroom Tips From a Trial Technician’s Vantage Point
May 5, 2020
View from the Hot Seat - Five Winning Courtroom Tips From a Trial Technician's Vantage Point by: Jeff Dahm. The role of the trial technician—sometimes referred to as a courtroom technology specialist, trial consultant, or hot seat operator—is to quickly find and display documents and video, thus enabling seamless presentation by the trial counsel.
IMS Insights Podcast: Episode 9- Rudhir Krishtel On Mindfulness And Wellness For Attorneys Amid COVID-19
April 6, 2020
In this episode, Rudhir Krishtel joins us to share guidance on mindfulness and wellness for attorneys. He also provides tips and strategies to help with adjustments for those balancing the intense demands of a legal career during the uncertainties of the COVID-19 pandemic.
IMS Insights Podcast: Episode 8-How Trends in Cloud Computing and IoT are Shaping the Global Response to COVID-19
March 30, 2020
In this episode of the IMS Insights Podcast, we speak with Dr. Edwin Hernandez about how trends in cloud computing, artificial intelligence (AI), and the Internet of Things (IoT) are shaping today’s global business and health response to COVID-19, and forging a new generation of antitrust issues.
How is AI Informing the Global Health and Business Response to 2019-nCOV?
March 4, 2020
While health organizations and communities race to diagnose, treat, and stem the spread of 2019-nCoV with new views provided by use of AI, businesses and markets are bracing for impact with many unknowns.
IMS Insights Podcast: Episode 6- Why have Quinn Emanuel and Manisha Sheth Launched the first BigLaw #MeToo Practice Group?
December 20, 2019
In our latest IMS Insights Podcast, Manisha Sheth joins us to explore what led her to leave public service in the New York Attorney General’s Office and return to private practice to lead the #MeToo group.
Wellness Is the New Competitive Advantage of High-Achieving Attorneys and Law Firms
November 19, 2019
In the World Health Organization’s (WHO) 11th revision of the International Classification of Diseases—the ICD-11—the agency validated what every lawyer already knows: burnout, that feeling of chronic exhaustion and stress, is real. Classified as an “occupational phenomenon,” the WHO stopped short of calling it an actual disease.