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Learning the Hard Way: For-Profit Colleges Pay Dearly for their Students Discontent
Many of the most dramatical legal stories ever told pit tenacious trial lawyers against the makers of some of the world`s most notorious consumer goods
The Law Firm of the Future
Ray E. Gallo discusses how technology is enabling new business models in the legal profession.
Can David Still Sue Goliath?
Class-action lawsuits, a longtime check on powerful interests, are getting harder to file. Now, lawyers with large groups of clients are getting creative in reuniting the aggrieved.
Listen to Ray at CodeX/Legaltech
Listen to Ray tell the story of how it all began at CodeX/Legaltech.
Innovators: Ray Gallo, Gallo LLP
So-called mass actions can be a major administrative pain, with mountains of paperwork for an ungodly number of clients spread far and wide. But for a smaller firm, the technology Gallo LLP utilizes in its thousand-client cases has helped yield some major results.
A new aggregate litigation model emerges—technology-driven mass actions
Today’s technology automates client screening, interviewing, signing, and communications, among other things, enabling the cost-effective mass litigation of smaller cases than ever before.