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Attorney Mark Riddle talks about leveling the technology playing field in several Kentucky courtrooms
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Jefferson Circuit Court courtrooms are in the midst of receiving upgraded technology, which Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP attorney Mark Riddle says will level the playing field for many Kentucky attorneys. A recent article in Louisville’s Business First publication discussed the upgrades, which are to include digital evidence-presentation capabilities. The upgrades are being supported through a public-private partnership among local attorneys and law firms and the Kentucky Administrative Office of the Courts. The group is working to raise funds for the new equipment, which will improve the manner in which evidence and information is communicated to judges and juries.

An excerpt from the article, published in Louisville’s Business First publication, is below. Click here to read the full story.

Excerpt from “Law community funding technology upgrade for courts”

The upgrades will level the field for lawyers in terms of technology, said Mark Riddle, co-chairman of Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP’s litigation practice group.

“There was becoming somewhat of a disparity in resources,” Riddle said. “Some of the larger firms had invested and purchased projectors and resources that individual or smaller firms didn’t have access to. There was a feeling from the judges and the Louisville Bar Association that there ought to be access to technology for everybody who has a case.”

Click here to continue reading about the courtroom upgrades on Business First’s website. (Subscription required)



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