When stakeholders feel they are heard, resistance lowers.
Vendor satisfaction scores determined 2010 winners.
Cost concerns permeate law firm agendas.
Databases run the world, says attorney Craig Ball. You can't web surf, make a phone call, use an ATM, or charge a meal unless a database makes it happen. But when it comes to e-discovery, lawyers tend to fix their attention on documents and not databases, which get to the evidence better, faster, and cheaper.
We want our green projects to be flashy, says consultant Jeffrey Brandt. But the problem is that often flash and sparkle override common sense and links to the business. What we need to realize is that some of the best projects we've ever done are ones that aren't the flashy-in-your-face kind.
Litigation paralegal, Holland & Hart
LexisNexis has unveiled a new legal research platform created exclusively for one- and two-lawyer firms, Lexis Advance for Solos. Attorney Robert J. Ambrogi sat down with Lexis executives for a tour.
Be certain that shared files don't share too much.