My new book for lawyers: “From AI to Blockchain: 14 Technology Trends Every Lawyer Must Know!”

Attention lawyers! Are you feeling overwhelmed by the rapid advancements in technology?

Don’t let it get the better of you.

Keeping up with the curve is crucial for your legal practice. Imagine the opportunities and valuable insights you’ll miss if you don’t understand the legal implications of the 14 most important technology trends and then fail to leverage one or more of these trends moving forward.

Think of it this way – you’re at the mercy of technology, navigating a sea of information with no compass or direction. You’re doing all you can to stay afloat, but each day is a random extension of the day before.

Don’t let that be you. I’ve created a life raft to help you stay afloat.

In my latest book, “From AI to Blockchain: 14 Technology Trends Every Lawyer Must Know!” I take you on a journey to explore the world of technology and its impact on the legal profession.

I cover the most important trends that are changing business, the law, and the world. The list of topics covered includes the following:

Chapter 1: Applied AI
Chapter 2: Advanced Connectivity
Chapter 3: Bioengineering
Chapter 4: Clean Energy
Chapter 5: Mobility
Chapter 6: Web3
Chapter 7: Sustainable Consumption
Chapter 8: Cloud and Edge Computing
Chapter 9: Industrializing Machine Learning
Chapter 10: Immersive Reality Technologies
Chapter 11: Trust Architectures and Digital Identity
Chapter 12: Space Technologies
Chapter 13: Quantum Technologies
Chapter 14: Next-Generation Software Development

With the help of AI, I explain and simplify these complex technology trends and show you how to leverage them to serve your clients better and improve your firm’s brand and revenue. Each chapter stands on its own, but the book is designed to be read from start to finish for a complete understanding of how these trends will shape the future of law and opportunities your clients can leverage– once you show them how to do so.

With each topic you get:

– A full explanation of the technology;

– A complete overview of the top 7 legal issues and opportunities associated with each technology, and;

– I give you three steps you can take to educate existing legal clients about any of these technologies and also show you how to acquire new clients in each area of technology;

– At the end of each chapter, I share seven specific resources to help you learn more and, if you want to, even become an expert on each technology trend and topic.

Don’t miss this opportunity to take your legal practice to new heights. “From AI to Blockchain: 14 Technology Trends Every Lawyer Must Know!” is now available on Amazon. Get ahead of the curve and dominate your space moving forward. Grab your copy today!

The Kindle is only $2.99 so what do you have to lose other than new clients?

Please stay in touch and make today your masterpiece!

Mitch Jackson, Esq.
2013 California Litigation Lawyer of the Year
2009 Orange County Trial Lawyer of the Year

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Read the Twitter vs Elon Musk Lawsuit

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Elon Musk entered into an agreement to buy Twitter for $44 billion dollars.

Several months later, Musk is now alleging that Twitter breached the deal by failing to provide him with data needed to evaluate bot and spam accounts. Twitter denies his allegations and has filed a 60-plus-page lawsuit accusing Musk of breaching the agreement and seeking to compel him to follow through with the deal.

This is the lawsuit. Give it a read. What do you think is going to happen next?

PS- If you’re a lawyer (or play one on TV), who would you rather represent? Twitter or Elon Musk? Please share your answer in my Twitter or LinkedIn polls.

1000 Miles!

Mitch standing on a running path smiling with dark blue sunglasses on and wearing a blue cap

After two years of running, I hit the 1,000-mile mark during yesterday’s 5.6-mile run on July 4, 2022. At 64 years of age, this number didn’t come easy, but it was a good reminder that small, consistent daily steps, over time, can lead to some pretty interesting outcomes.

I grew up on a ranch outside of Tucson, Arizona. The state capital, Phoenix, is about 111 miles away up Interstate 10. If you were to tell me back in the early days that in 50 years, I’d run the equivalent from Tucson to Phoenix 9 times in two years, I would have said you were crazy.

Fast forward back to this week.

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The Only Constant In Business Is Change: My thoughts about the current state of Web3, business, and finance.

A picture of Mitch Jackson's tweet about Web3

Several friends invited me to be their guest at NFTNYC. During our calls, most of these young entrepreneurs wanted to know my thoughts about cryptocurrency, NFTs, and stock market dropping in value, inflation, and all of the other news affecting business happening right now around the world.

This is exactly what I told them.

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