Two lawyers at Fennemore Craig in Phoenix are putting Google Glass technology to work by using the device to collect firsthand, live-action experiences of their clients that can be used as evidence for juries, judges and mediators.
The pilot program called “Glass Action” was launched in January by personal injury attorneys James Goodnow and Marc Lamber. In one case, a client who lost his right arm and leg in an accident can stream challenges of his life as they occur, send a text or email, record video and teleconference with his attorneys— all through a voice command or blink of an eye.
Previously, the attorneys used iPads to improve client communication and create workflow processes for the firm. Apple profiled the innovative use of those devices in a case study.