Flat is the new "up," as law firms cope with the seismic upheavals of 2009. George Rudoy and Michelle Mahoney say that across the globe, firms must "reset" their priorities to survive.
Firms that cut IT conference travel may pay steeply.
E-mail threads reveal the fabric of conversations.
2009 rulings reiterate established principles.
Terminating legal holds is easier said than done.
The EDna Challenge: Discovery on a Budget.
There's a move afoot to revamp e-discovery rules, observes attorney and EDD special master Craig Ball. But dig beneath the efforts at "reform" and you'll find familiar corporate interests, as well as attorneys ready to dodge the hard and humbling task of acquiring new skills.
LawHelp Interactive provides online assistance for pro se litigants.
Director & co-founder, eDiscovery Institute
If Google fills up RSS readers and commands e-mail, blogging, and search platforms, attorney Robert J. Ambrogi asks lawyers if they should worry about a Big Brother. And that's before considering the fact that Google Scholar has added case law to its scholarly works.
More tips to effectively use Microsoft's new operating system.