On the Move: Freshfields CIO Joins Litera's Board, HBR Consulting Promotes Its Own, Littler Hires Two E-Discovery Pros. Litera has big plans for expansion, and Freshfields CIO Paul Domnick is there to help.
Gail Gottehrer says it's important to understand the relationship between litigation and discovery, and how technology interplays with both.
Sharon Nelson, president of Sensei Enteprises, has a habit of breaking glass ceilings in legal tech.
Kingsley Martin is always searching for the best ways to streamline legal work processes.
Jason R. Baron leaves the U.S. National Archives for the private sector, joining Drinker Biddle with the firm's information governance and e-discovery group.
Catalyst Repository Systems helps firms and companies navigate Korean e-discovery by opening an office in Seoul and hiring a local e-discovery veteran to run it.
Venture capitalist Robert Siegel says the legal technology market is between $8 and $16 billion.
Pushing beyond traditional boundaries of a women-dominated segment of BigLaw.
The Innovators: Stuart Kay microcomputers in Australia to SharePoint, global templates and Yammer in (very) Big Law.