Law new is a catchall industry term that often gets linked to other legal change processes such as “legal tech,” “legal ops,” and “ALSP’s.” But all these change processes are aimed at producing the same thing: law new. Law new has produced change that is impactful to legal consumers and society-at-large, and it will continue to do so if it is approached as part of a holistic strategy that integrates it with other legal services delivery elements.
The legal industry will more closely resemble its corporate customers and society-at-large: it will be more diverse cognitively, demographically, culturally, and experientially. Its workforce will be more creative, tech and data-proficient, empathetic, and collaborative. Its integrated, platform-based delivery structure will be a repository of on-demand, accessible, affordable, legal products and services with solutions that are practical and predictable. It will enable it to meet challenges and capture opportunities at the speed of business and society-at-large.
It will be a multidisciplinary team sport that encompasses legal practitioners, “techies,” process/project managers, and allied legal professionals working together to reverse-engineer a solution to a specific challenge from the end-user perspective. Profit will not be derived by adherence to a legacy economic model that measures input; it will be based on output and client/end-user satisfaction.
The legislation package that Governor Kathy Hochul signed today includes a series of reforms to the laws in New York regarding alcohol. The bill will allow consumers to purchase alcohol to go, expand the availability of liquor in New York State, and support small businesses in the alcoholic beverage sector.
This is a draft of a legislative bill that would require third-party delivery service providers to be licensed by the City in order to operate in New York City. The bill will also amend existing laws that require certain businesses to notify individuals of data breaches involving their personal information.
A new law is any law passed by Congress, codified in the United States Code, and enacted into federal law by executive order or other statutory authority. A new law may be a statute, regulation, or treaty.
A law may also refer to:
This is a draft of a legislative law that requires the Secretary of Health and Human Services to study the feasibility of creating a public-private partnership to develop and deliver an HIV testing program in the United States. The law will require the Secretary of Health and Human Services to report on the findings of the study by January 2021. It will also mandate the creation of an advisory council to provide advice on the implementation of the public-private partnership. The bill will also include a requirement that the advisory council publish a report on the status of the partnership by January 2022. The report must identify whether the public-private partnership is achieving its goals. If not, the advisory council must submit recommendations for improvement by March 2023. The bill will be submitted to Congress for review and a vote.