3 Myths about Outside Counsel Billing

When it comes to the law, we work in an aspirational space. We work with bright, talented, and motivated people who are known for being the best in their practice area. These talented folks are intellectual, uber-thinkers who get results. However, because of their great work, our expectations of them are dangerously high and border on demands of perfectionism. Pragmatically, it is impossible to do everything, all the time, and to do it well.

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Utilizing Managed Services to Establish Global eDiscovery Processes

As businesses continue to globalize, so does the demand for global data in litigations, regulatory matters, and internal investigations.  When thinking about eDiscovery from a global perspective, one size does not necessarily fit all.  Organizations must consider what specific challenges they will face in tackling global eDiscovery or eDisclosure, which includes balancing the demands of local jurisdictions and rule of law against the desire for uniform process, which technology suits their case best, and what business processes need to be created.  Below we speak to the challenges and considerations organizations may want to contemplate when handling a matter that has data located around the globe.

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Using Dashboards to Tell a Compelling Story About Your Data

The legal industry is a little late to the data game. It’s just now starting to appreciate the benefits of data analytics to guide business decisions. While other industries have spent the past several years mining their data for intelligence, the legal industry’s slow adoption rate has made it a gold mine for those seeking to enter the business intelligence and analytics space.

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Six Ways Integrated Discovery can Save Time and Money (and Headaches too)

There is a new term that you need to know: integrated discovery. What is integrated discovery and why should it matter to your practice? Integrated discovery is when one provider handles a multitude of discovery functions and combines extensive capabilities from the left of the EDRM all the way through the right.

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