Roberta Gelb, president of Chelsea Office Systems, talks about how trends such as cloud computing and bring your own device (BYOD) have law firms realizing the importance of training in the adoption of new technologies.
Eric Turkewitz, of The Turkewitz Law Firm and author of the New York Personal Injury Law Blog, offers dos and don'ts for first-time legal bloggers.
Mark Michels, director at Deloitte Financial Advisory Services, discusses proposed amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure that include setting a higher bar for sanctions for failure to preserve data.
Browning Marean III, senior counsel at DLA Piper, discusses the current landscape in electronic discovery education from top tier law schools to certification programs.
Ron Hedges, retired magistrate judge for the District of New Jersey, talks about the growth of e-discovery in criminal law including requests for electronic infomation by government agencies and case law.
Ron Hedges, retired U.S. magistrate judge for the District of New Jersey, looks at hot topics in e-discovery and beyond including predictive coding, privacy, and anonymizing data.
Steve Fletcher, CIO at Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein, speaks to issues "bring your own device" policies bring to law firms, such as securing client data.
Consultant Doug Caddell discusses how the pervasiveness of personal tech is affecting the use of technology at law firms and how CIOs can address this.
Tom Baldwin, chief knowledge officer at Reed Smith, discusses bringing document review services in-house to help clients reduce their legal spend.