No, a chatbot can’t automatically sue Equifax for $25,000

Making the rounds today is a chatbot that claims it will let you sue Equifax for thousands of dollars in small claims court without using a lawyer. The Verge boldly stated you can claim up to $25,000

To Fix Cybersecurity Law, Ask More Questions

When a company realizes that it may have been hacked, its first call often is not to outside forensics consultants, security firms or even to law enforcement. Too often, the company first must consult

YC-Backed Ironclad Is An Automated Legal Assistant For Companies

Launching out of the latest YC class, Ironclad is an automated service to help companies draft, organize and execute common legal paperwork. Expensive legal bills are often an unwelcome reality for

Inside Jobs: What Loudr’s In-House Attorney Loves About Digging Into Legal Docs

Lawyers are infamous for having jobs that are hard to understand. There’s a reason why “legalese” is a term, after all. But Annie Lin, the senior counsel at music licensing and distr

Dude emails AT&T CEO, offered a Cease and Desist for his troubles

<img src="">Hey, guys! Guess what happens if you try to send an email to the <a HREF="">AT&T</

What Psystar needs now is lawyers, sweet lawyers digs down into what Psystar really needs to keep itself alive during the sure and swift onslaught of litigation that will some hit them broadside. Here’s the rub. According the the

G.I. Joe C&D: Oh no, this is real

It’s sad, but true. Those leaked pictures of the cast of the G.I. Joe live action are real and the movie looks like it’s going to make us all cry. Who died and made Dennis Quaid Hawk? Hell

Another questionable class-action against Microsoft

So hot on the heels of the Washingtonians alleging Microsoft misled consumers with its “Vista-Capable” stickers, a San Diego resident has started another lawsuit against the software giant

"Vista-Capable"-stickered PC's Vista-incapable; Microsoft to pay?

So some Washington folks are getting all ornery over what they believe is a misleading sticker put on new computers during the lead-up to the Vista release. “Windows Vista Capable,” boaste

ZML is for movies

Say hello to the source of the MPAA’s next ulcer. It’s, a site with similar ultra-simplicity and low, low pricing to former heavyweight music champ The site offers mo

Court case might change the laws of second-hand buying: Craigslist, eBay, others in jeopardy

I’m always scared of lawyers. We live in litigious times, and lawyers are the “new priesthood, baby!” They’re involved in everything. When I got my first “cease and desis

IBM Attacks Amazon in Court

IBM has announced that it has filed against Amazon two patent infringement suits in two courts in the Eastern District of Texas. The manufacturer stated that it has attempted to resolve with the retai