E-discovery leaders jump ship to jobs with broader agendas.
Here at ALM, it's been exciting as we all push to create and adapt to a "web-first" culture. You've seen that movement with LTN's resources and there's more to come.
You don't need a bar ticket to be a legal professional.
Chatty general counsel create cross-border e-discovery nightmares.
Turn to Bloomberg BNA's Court Directory app to get personal with "2,136 state courts, 216 federal courts, and nearly 21,000 court personnel."
"Futurama": Using lightbulbs to carry Internet signals.
Western Digital Technologies' network-attached storage for home or office.
If money were no object, what would you love to receive this December?
When the U.S. Court of Appeals for New York's Second Circuit threw U.S. District Court Judge Shira Scheindlin off her "Stop and Frisk" cases, reaction was swift but dissonant.
The E-Discovery Institute Leadership Summit kicks off with judicial opinions.
The full report of the ILTA Future Horizons Project is expected to be released in January.
Data security has become a top concern for CIOs.
Why is it taking so long for legal process outsourcing to take off?
EDRM goes not-for-profit as leadership roles mature.
Six steps to help litigators lose the boilerplate and write requests as sleek and modern as ESI itself.
When you dive into challenges, you may be surprised when the tasks aren't as difficult as you anticipated.
Information governance and records management are flirting with electronic data discovery. Expect fireworks.
Your iPhone ain't gonna cut it as a primary camera if you need precision focusing and interchangeable lenses.
One 27-inch screen proved better than multiple screens.
The Lawyerist blogger Sam Glover recently offered advice on how to buy and set up computer monitors.
Contrary to common wisdom, December is a great time to negotiate for your next legal technology position.