Will the legal community accept "predictive coding?"
Rescheduled event broadens agenda but still legal-heavy.
October's issue focuses on corporate e-discovery challenges.
Attorney Craig Ball analyzes another contribution to the scholarship and advancement of e-discovery by Chief Magistrate Judge Paul Grimm on the law of spoliation as it relates to EDD in Victor Stanley, Inc. v. Creative Pipe.
Technology can help enforce anti-bribery policies.
Favorite search secrets for Westlaw or LexisNexis
Simulating your primary workspace from anywhere.
Bad decisions about vendors can be costly.
A Toronto firm's growth triggers a decision on a document management system.
Tips for mastering the evidence that litigators crave and fear.
Document review software should make it easy to index, search, review, analyze, and code documents, as well as produce responsive document sets that withhold privileged documents. With these criteria in mind, technology editor Sean Doherty took kCura Relativity 6.5 for a test drive.
Principal, Law Offices of Conor R. Crowley
Attorney Robert J. Ambrogi features two new sites for lawyers: One helps protect your clients' trademarks in hundreds of social networking sites; the other helps you save money on office supplies and equipment.
Birthdays, housewarmings, new jobs, retirements, passing-the-bar parties, marriages and divorces, all create opportunities to give and support environmentally-friendly products. Here are a few websites that may help you find just the right surprise!