I spoke with Crawford Appleby, a Los Angeles-based transportation accident and qui tam attorney with Baum, Hedlund, Aristei & Goldman, PC by day and legal tech entrepreneur by night. He recently launched Rulings.law, a free, online database of tentative rulings written by California state court judges. We discussed his background, the genesis of Rulings.law, how attorneys can use the site, what the creation of Rulings.law indicates about the trends associated with predicting case outcomes, and advice for practicing lawyers interested in becoming legal tech innovators. Listen to our interview below: