Scrapping for e-discovery clients, firms seek the right mix of people, processes, and technology.
Deciphering BigLaw's approaches to e-discovery can be a disorienting adventure.
This year's winners rank among the best ever.
Sneak preview of new products and upgrades to be unveiled at ALM's annual legal tech extravaganza.
Legal technology giants LexisNexis and Thomson Reuters will unveil new offerings at LegalTech New York.
Utah Bar tries to stop lawyers from intimidating students into sharing their Westlaw and Lexis access.
Decoding the mysteries of legalese.
A roundup of recent news from 11 legal technology vendors, with links to the full stories.
Recent employment news in the legal technology community.
Updates on the latest mobile phone annoyances and pending fixes.
Litigation Management SuperCourses are now offered via YouTube.
Three surveys from ALM's Legal Intelligence unit explore key issues.
Younger tech-savvy colleagues teaching technology tips to partners offers advantages for both.
Nifty web-based technologies that help you smoothly run your law office.
A quick guide to how e-discovery rules are updated.
Pillsbury's "Pearl" program vets vendors and negotiates discounts for participants.
2011 witnessed the democratization of e-discovery as new judicial voices emerged across the country.
Panelists analyze significant cases at annual Georgetown conference.
SSD may be a faster and safer storage option, but it comes at a price.
• "Three SSD Drive Options," by Brendan McKenna
If you build your website with visitors' needs in mind, they will be more open to buying your products and services.
Irrational fear of sanctions and spotty tech familiarity have conditioned lawyers to over-preserve.
Tips for finding a model that's compact, lightweight, and reliable, with appropriate quality and the right price.
To win the tech game, you must decide whether to take the shot or slide the puck to a vendor.
When a firm decided to relocate its headquarters, the time was right to consider a hosted data center.
Lexis Advance research service gears up, combining ease of use with a thorough approach to sourcing.
Firms must responsibly discard obsolete computers, printers, and other hardware.
NotifyWorks is a web-based notification system that can help you remind your clients of important deadlines.
Instead of an automatic 'no,' IT leaders must focus on making things happen.