Are 'Smart' Courts Smart Enough For IP Disputes?

Law360, New York (November 8, 2017, 11:39 AM EST) -- Conducting business remotely is more of a norm nowadays than a rarity. Within the reach of a smartphone, one may send and receive text messages and emails, make and receive calls, surf the internet, and FaceTime anyone as far as the data connectivity allows. Along the particular parameters defining the legal profession, we see complaints, answers, and briefs filed electronically, signatures submitted remotely, documents keyword-searchable, and reminders and calendars real-time-synced to the attorney's docket. To accommodate privacy protection and sensitivity maintenance, various technologies are available to...
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