In the post-Katrina/9-11 world, planning for business continuity has risen to the top of most firms' priorities. Expecting and planning for the unexpected is no longer just an "IT thing." All facets of your firm must work hand-inglove to prepare for a coordinated response to any disruption to business operation.
Sizzling hot, with no signs at all of a cool down.
Things are frantic as we prepare for LegalTech New York, which will be held February 5 to 7 at the Hilton New York.
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Treat your co-location backup centers as multipurpose rooms to get more buy-in from partners.
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Critics challenge author's statements about document management software.
Don't crush the truth when you try to protect your client.
A Midwest accord may create opportunities for law firms and their clients.
National Manager, Litigation Technology Services, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher
Collexis started as a medical tool.
The plaintiffs use a defense video to bolster their case.