As lawyers embrace smartphones and tablets, e-discovery vendors race to complete mobile options to manage and perform e-discovery tasks.
One sure sign that e-discovery is maturing: We're starting to hear from skeptics.
"Bring Your Own Device" trend raises storage issues and new challenges for work-life balance.
Using art and photography to effectively explain nuanced concepts about international privacy laws.
Georgetown panel identifies and demystifies cross border e-discovery quandaries.
With keynotes, plenary sessions, seminars – and the lure of the exhibit hall – there's learning galore!
This year's winners reflect a diversity of creative projects and leadership.
HP accuses Autonomy founders of accounting fraud, takes $8.8B write-down.
E-discovery software sales, now at $1.4 billion, are predicted to double by 2017.
Manhattan-based jurists are the first to enthusiastically embrace predictive coding in federal and state courts.
Are predictive coding advocates speeding toward trouble?
Solving courtroom emergencies sometimes takes ordinary household tools.
How White & Case tamed its information overload.
The case for restraint in the electronic age.
Six 2012 technology issues that corporate counsel must watch in 2013.
Monitoring the long evolution of a web-based service, from start-up to maturity.
Extracting intelligence from raw data requires planning and the right hook – predictive analytics software.
Cast off the albatross of e-discovery stop processing electronically stored information via .tiff and load files.