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Top Legal Innovations 2018

Publisher’s Letter

Like most of us, innovators probably don’t own a shiny crystal ball. Still, they seem to have crystal-ball-like qualities when it comes to their soothsaying. They don’t wait for things to happen. They foretell a need and find a solution ...

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New services or products that support Missouri’s legal community: Drew Winship

For anyone who understands patent law, Drew Winship says the concept of what Juristat does is pretty simple to understand. For everyone else, he has a sports analogy. “At its core, we’re Moneyball for patent lawyers,” he said, referring to ...

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New services or products that support Missouri’s legal community: Deborah Weaver

Getting documents and exhibits to out-of-state depositions can be a costly, time-consuming affair for attorneys. A new product, introduced in the past year by Alaris Litigation Services, seeks to solve those issues by making documents and exhibits available to attorneys ...

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Emerging practice areas: John Tyler

The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation is acclaimed for its commitment to improving education and entrepreneurship through innovative practices. The foundation’s general counsel walks the foundation’s talk by advancing innovation in both fields. John Tyler joined the foundation as general counsel ...

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New services or products that support Missouri’s legal community: PohlmanUSA

When PohlmanUSA decided to redesign MyCase, its online calendar-management and deposition-repository tool, it did not simply tweak the software and hope for glowing reviews. Rather, it convened focus groups and listened closely to what their clients needed. “They’re full of ...

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New services or products that support Missouri’s legal community: Richard Lozano

Richard R. Lozano’s cell phone used to be a problem. As a St. Louis defense attorney, he needed to be accessible to clients. Traditional SMS texting, though, allowed for late-night messages from unknown numbers; it also constituted billable labor that ...

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Law firm business changes: Matt Kitzi

Matt Kitzi spent seven years honing a uniquely marketable skill. From late 2005 to 2013, Kitzi served as Missouri’s commissioner of securities under then-Secretary of State Robin Carnahan. As the country’s youngest state securities commissioner at the time, Kitzi oversaw ...

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