In the world of electronic data discovery, 2009 was a year to refocus, with providers and consumers shifting away from review and moving toward information management and analysis. And while revenue wasn't pouring in like the apex years, it was climbing back, with a steady if modest growth.
CompuLaw's president and CEO David Kalmick debuts Vision Web Portal 4.
Even law firms can accidently expedite identity theft.
Nominations are open for the 2010 LTN Awards.
Choose review attorneys carefully; treat them well.
"Selling" project management can take time.
Four tools that can step up your litigation.
OuRSite helps clients track work in progress.
ABA survey shows more acceptance among lawyers.
What you see when you open a message in Outlook or Gmail isn't just a snapshot of what someone sent to you. The view is generated by a query and built of select fields of information culled from a complex dataset. "Dude, your e-mails are a database," says attorney Craig Ball, and here's how it works.
Online resources to take your green protocols to the next level.
Litigation partner, Katten Muchin Rosenman
The internet's completely over, the musician once-again known as Prince declared last month. But attorney Robert J. Ambrogi declares the internet -- and internet innovation -- alive and well after seeing the Spindle Law and Judgepedia websites.
With most attorneys working off-site, effective communication is essential.