Destroy legacy data or it can come back to haunt your company
• Auld Lange Syne, by John Chapas II
• Legacy Data Cleanup, by Anne Kershaw
• Collision Course, by Anne Kershaw
• Cleaning Closed Case Files, by Anne Kershaw
The defense bar starts to push back on "overburdensome" legal holds.
It's time to jettison command hierarchies and create collaborative e-discovery groups.
2011 Fulbright GC survey shows less litigation and cooperation, but more regulation.
Deciphering the mysterious monikers of nine prominent legal technology companies.
A vendor stands up to a cadre of lawyers over a disputed e-discovery contract — and wins.
The annual conference offers myriad ways to learn about legal technology products and issues.
Reporter Evan Koblentz encapsulates recent launches and upgrades.
A look at recent technology career moves in the legal industry.
USPTO shifts from "first-to-invent" to "first-to-file," and the race begins.
Siri can handle many daily tasks for lawyers.
Revolutionary or not, 3D printing just might change how lawyers litigate.
Technology editor Sean Doherty looks at AccessData, BIA, Guidance Software, and PinPoint Labs side by side to compare how their remote e-discovery collection tools stack up.
Goldberg Segalla's Soo-young Chang and Daniel Gerber write that it's crucial for corporate counsel to monitor emerging liability case law for data breaches -- and to take proactive steps.
Efforts to streamline e-discovery are a good start, but preservation issues still loom large in patent litigation.
SharePoint 2010 now supports the necessary scale for use as a document management system.
Take small steps every day to enhance security of your web work.
With the proliferation of cloud computing and mobile tools, BigLaw focuses on security.
Robert Owen, of Sutherland Asbill & Brennan, believes that the current preservation protocol is flawed in critical ways, and offers "radical" changes to fix the shortcomings.
Cooperation in e-discovery doesn't mean bowing to your opponent's demands for over-preservation.
FTI Consulting's Ken Reed talks with John Cleaves, of Latham & Watkins, about how 16 years as a trial technician taught Reed how to handle just about any courtroom crisis.
Reacting to an IT emergency isn't the only factor to consider when weighing an in-house or third-party data center to maintain infrastructure, writes COO Kenneth Jones of Xerdict.
The Canon imageFormula DR-C125 is a convenient and fast desktop sheet-fed scanner that meets the complex needs of legal professionals, writes LTN Technology Editor Sean Doherty.
After considering third-party software, Sutherland decides to construct its own project management tool.
The supreme resource on the nation's highest court gets an overhaul; new sites make it easier to court watch.
The New York Times' technology columnist has legal roots.
Laplink's PC Lock helps you adjust your computer's security settings from any web-enabled device.