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A Half Salary Guide is a Whole Salary Guide: eDiscovery Trends

When it’s from Robert Half. Robert Half’s 2017 Legal Salary Guide (downloadable from here) once again features salary ranges for more than 100 positions in the legal field and provides some other interesting statistics, as...more

[Webinar] Cost-Effective Ediscovery: How to Manage Expense and Reduce Waste - October 26th, 12:00p.m. CT

Discovery is often the most expensive part of litigation, with document retrieval, review and production costs easily reaching thousands, if not millions of dollars. However, this does not need to be the case....more

19 Tips for Fixing Troublesome Transitions Between E-Discovery Stages

In every process – from data flow to human travel – transitions are a place of difficulty. Data flowing through cables can slow or stall when it’s split through junctions and routers. If you’re traveling by air, the layover...more

Mary Mack of ACEDS: eDiscovery Trends

During the recent ILTACON conference (wrap-up post about the conference here), I had an opportunity to speak with several thought leaders that are involved with various educational initiatives in the eDiscovery industry,...more

You Don’t Have to Move Your Data to Manage it Effectively: Information Governance Trends

When it comes to effective records management of your organization’s data, many people think that the data has to be moved to a centralized location, such as a server or other file share, to be managed effectively. But, you...more

Becoming the Linchpin: How E-Discovery is Changing the Role of Paralegals

Often, what comes to mind when you think of the role of a paralegal are things like drafting documents, scheduling meetings, and taking notes. But that's so 20th century, and the role of paralegals is rapidly evolving, with...more

Florida Becomes First State to Require Technology CLE: eDiscovery Trends

OK, I may have taken a couple of shots at Florida last Thursday over their ballot issues in elections over the years.  However, Florida deserves credit in being the first state to require technology CLE for lawyers....more

In-House Elevated|The Time for In-house E-Discovery Is Now

It’s a data jungle out there—especially if you are sitting in the corporate counsel’s office, worrying about your organization’s growing stockpile of data in the cloud. In 2015, just 5 percent of data for discovery review was...more

Talking with Clients about E-Discovery

With the growing prevalence of e-discovery issues and cases in both state and federal courts, lawyers and firms have adapted to include specialists who handle many of the technical issues. Newer attorneys who attended law...more

Napoleonic E-Discovery: Legal Project Management is the Key to Efficient, Cost-Effective Operations

In the Information Age, Napoleon’s maxim doesn’t seem all that ground breaking, and yet, in many industries, managers still approach whatever challenges lie ahead by simply throwing resources and personnel at the problem. In...more

Why Corporate Law Departments Are Looking to the Cloud: Taking Control of E-Discovery Just Became Simpler

2016 is the year that the cloud becomes mainstream for corporations. Security fears have been allayed and the cost and accessibility advantages have brought increasing amounts of corporate data into cloud repositories and...more

IT and Legal Walk into a Bar: Why Strong Interdepartmental Relationships are a Must in E-Discovery

The E in E-Discovery requires expertise in tech as well as law, and the most successful in-house legal teams bring those disciplines together. Legal professionals become more technology savvy. IT team members begin to...more

Only 105 Days Until E-Discovery Day! It’s Never Too Early to Start Planning How You’ll Celebrate

One of the main themes that came out of Exterro's 2016 Judges Survey was that e-discovery competency was significantly lacking amongst attorneys and other e-discovery practitioners. As one attorney put it, “Litigators tend to...more

Relativity Certifications—Helping You Learn the Lingo

For Relativity gurus, making sense of kCura’s certification system is likely no sweat. However, for ediscovery outsiders or legal/IT professionals new to Relativity, all of the classes, tests and designations are a bit...more

Soaking up the Ediscovery Sun: Ing3nious NorCal 2016

This past week, I had the opportunity to attend the Ing3nious NorCal Retreat on Ediscovery and Information Governance in the beautiful Pacific coast town of Half Moon Bay, California. This event signified the fifth...more

This Week in FCPA-Episode 11 [Video]

In this episode, Jay Rosen and I discuss the Analogic FCPA settlement, the VW emissions-testing scandal settlement, the implications of Brexit for compliance and some significant deaths in the worlds of music and sports. ...more

[Event] PREX16 — The Nation’s Premier Conference for In-House E-Discovery Professionals - September 13-15th, Portland, OR

Now in it's fifth year, the Conference on Preservation Excellence stands out as the only annual conference dedicated to the strategy and practice of in-house electronic discovery. This year PREX is expanding beyond just...more

The Case for E-Discovery Education in Law School

The lament that law schools do not adequately prepare new lawyers for the actual practice of law is not a new one. The refrain, however, seems more pronounced as the day-to-day practice of law becomes increasingly...more

Artificial Intelligence in Law: The State of Play 2016 (Part 2)

The first post in this series discussed current developments in Artificial Intelligence (AI) generally and its application to law. In this post, we take a closer look at the AI tools and companies at work in legal research...more

Artificial Intelligence in Law: The State of Play 2016, Part 1

Google Plays Go, Wins! No, that’s not another unpublished Dr. Seuss book. It’s the dramatic outcome of artificial intelligence research at Google’s Deep Mind subsidiary, whose AlphaGo program recently won five straight...more

LegalTech New York 2016 Report

LegalTech New York 2016 took place in early February. Several Morris James attorneys and members of IT attended the event. As usual, the event attracted some of the best legal technology minds in the country....more

Putting a Wrap on LegalTech New York 2016

Last week wrapped up LegalTech New York 2016, as thousands of professionals across the legal sector descended upon the Hilton New York for three days’ worth of meetings, information, keynotes and plenary sessions. As the...more

Our 2016 Resolutions for eDiscovery, Part 2

Last week, we discussed four eDiscovery resolutions that counsel should make as they kick off 2016. In this blog, we offer four more pearls of wisdom for counsel to consider as they tackle the New Year....more

Schrems & The Collapse of Safe Harbor: What Are The Alternatives to EU Data Collection? [Video]

In the second part of a Front-Line interview, Jo Sherman, CEO, EDT, shares her views on how organizations can comply with new EU regulations in the context of the recent Schrems decision, and the collapse of safe harbor. As...more

Social Media and Practice: Questions Attorneys Should Ask Now

Social media users number in the billions. Facebook counts over 1.4 billion users, LinkedIn has 347 million members, Instagram has 300 million, Twitter has nearly 290 million, and YouTube reports more than a billion users....more

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