Lawyers want the cool gear for their work, too. Now firms must make sure those slick tablets and fab phones have state of the art security and solid tech support.
LTN's editor-in-chief Monica Bay introduces changes to our magazine and website.
The selections represent longevity and creativity, new trends in technology, and sheer hard work.
Users prefer a nice but less-than-competent help desk staffer to a surly genius.
Self-help web tools help professionals speed through airport immigration lines.
Can a Corporate Veteran Help the SEC Learn New E-Discovery Moves?
To find technology products that help you provide legal services and manage the business of law, there is no better mission than to attend LegalTech New York. LTN technology editor Sean Doherty previews some of the technology that will be on the exhibit floor from Jan. 31 to Feb. 2.
Windows 7 will soon be the dominant operating system, but its improvements present EDD risks.
In 2010, Shira Scheindlin led a cavalcade of judges defining the proper way to preserve electronic data.
Three new software tools can help manage legal holds, but none of them are cheap.
Employees should be trusted to manage their own business data.
How to create ethical walls in SharePoint that prevent, or allow, lawyer access to confidential files.
When McKenna Long had trouble securely e-mailing large files, it looked for a speedy alternative.
To Judge Paul Grimm, battles threaten basic principles of justice E-Discovery War Games
Electronic discovery software helps prosecutors develop protocols that can be adapted for subsequent tribunals.
Yesterday's litigation skills will not suffice for tomorrow's challenges, but it's not too late to catch up.
Can a website make you a smarter litigator? Can cloud computing help you manage your law practice more effectively? The developers of four new websites believe they can answer these questions and more. Attorney Robert Ambrogi delivers brief introductions to these four sites.