April 5, 2012
An article written by Fitch Even partner Alison Aubry Richards was published today in the News and Developments section of Technology for the Litigator, an ABA Section of Litigation newsletter. The article, “Cloud Computing Dominates ABA TECHSHOW Expo,” reports on the proliferation of legal technology vendors offering cloud-based services to attorneys and their firms.
Presented by the ABA Law Practice Management Section, ABA TECHSHOW® is an annual three-day legal technology conference that has brought lawyers and technology together for the past 26 years.
Ms. Richards is a trial lawyer whose practice encompasses all aspects of intellectual property litigation with a primary emphasis on patent disputes. She has litigated patent cases in a broad range of technical areas and has represented clients in a variety of business disputes involving copyright, breach of contract, business torts, and property rights issues.
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