The most dramatic finding from The Cowen Group's recent survey, "Salary Survey & Market Landscape": Revenue from litigation support services is expected to spike by 105 percent in the coming year. The Cowen Group, based in New York, is a headhunter and research consultancy that focuses on e-discovery staffing.
As the Connecticut Judicial Branch debates hardwiring courts for wireless access, law libraries are looking at video deposition technology as a better way to connect with patrons.
A committee of lawyers and judges led by a Georgia Supreme Court justice has begun revising the state's judicial code of ethics, in a review that could look at social media use by state judges.
Liquid Litigation Management, a developer of litigation and discovery software headquartered in Austin, Texas, has released a companion deposition and legal hearing iPad app for Liquid Lit Manager, its web-based case management platform.
The Legal Language Explorer website is a serious and fascinating attempt to explore the evolution of the law and legal language using the text of Supreme Court decisions.
Four Harris County, Texas, judges sit down to discuss their courtrooms and the legal issues they see from the bench, including motions for partial summary judgment, e-filing, and social media.
They might be more than a decade late to the technology, but some federal courts are attempting to take advantage of online chats to answer questions from those who use the courts.
Chicago-based litigation and compliance software developer Nextpoint has implemented a "saved search" functionality within its cloud-based Nextpoint platform.
Phoenix-based Ipro Tech, a developer of litigation software, has released version 6.0 of its Ipro eCapture litigation processing application.