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September 27 Digest

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, September 27, 2017

What Do Lawyers Really Do With Their Time?

A new report finds that U.S. lawyers devote only 29 percent of each workday to billable hours, and the rest on administrative tasks and business development.
Read the full story at The Recorder


Gavelytics Localizes Judicial Analytics for California Litigators

The tool combines predictive machine learning with human review to provide insights into how judges differ from one another.
Read the full story at The Recorder


Key Labor Case at the US Supreme Court Could Affect Millions of Workers

A report released Wednesday shows that more than 60 million workers in the United States are subject to mandatory arbitration in employment contracts, highlighting the potential scope of a key U.S. Supreme Court case that confronts the legality of those agreements.
Read the full story at The National Law Journal

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