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SCOTUS Ruling has Far-Reaching Effects on Employment Litigation and Class Action

On Monday, the Supreme Court ruled that companies can prohibit workers from bringing class action suits over workplace issues. This affects an estimated 25 million employment contracts, and has far-reaching implications in wage and hour litigation and beyond. Click here to read what this means for you.

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Current Claims Filing Trends in Securities Class Action Settlements

Overall, 2017 was a busy year for securities class action lawsuits. It started at a blistering pace, and finished with the most suits filed since 2001, at a staggering 66% increase over 2016. The resolutions for securities cases, coming in at 353 total, was the highest number since 2001.  This is a 30% increase over 2016.

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Rolling Out a New eDiscovery Program? This One Thing Stands Between You and Success

When you’re getting ready to roll out a new eDiscovery program – whether it’s a new piece of software to handle one piece of the puzzle, an entire set of solutions to insource the whole process, or a capacity-based eDiscovery managed services program – it’s easy to get caught up in the technical aspects of implementation, and the operational aspects of adoption.

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Driving Value: Is Outsourcing Legal Administrative Services the Right Choice for Your Law Firm?

Law firms today are run more like corporations than partnerships. They are all looking to improve operations and position the firm more competitively for the future. To achieve this, law firms are turning to outsourcing some administrative functions.

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