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Technology is revolutionizing discovery -- young lawyers need to find a new way to learn the process.
Brett Burney outlines best practices for preserving and producing online evidence.
The Honorable Andrew Peck discusses his post-retirement career as senior counsel at DLA Piper in New York City.
Law Technology Now
Jeffrey Wolff of ZyLAB talks about the growing impacts of eDiscovery on the law and the tech solutions that empower lawyers and paralegals.
Doug Austin talks about the most prominent trends in eDiscovery.
Sharon Nelson and John Simek talk about the most common reasons lawyers run into e-discovery ethics issues, which include social media, Yelp reviews, document manipulation, and “hiding the ball” by giving opposing counsel too much data.
In this legal podcast, Kelly Griffith talks about the relevance of e-discovery and how it has changed since she entered the industry.
This podcast from 2017 Annual Florida Bar Convention discusses electronic discovery and digital evidence.
Sharon and John talk to Craig Ball about the intricacies of preserving digital evidence.
With the data breaches and ransomware that has plagued law firms (and other companies) of all sizes recently, clients and firm managers alike are seeking more advanced data security. Certifications like the ISO 27001 provide guidelines and standards for how to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of the information your firm holds. But what...
The Digital Edge
Technology Assisted Review (TAR), also known as Computer Assisted Review, Predictive Coding, Computer Assisted Coding, and Predictive Ranking, has been around for 50 years, but is now becoming incredibly useful in the legal field. This technology can speed up cases of all kinds and greatly reduce discovery costs for their clients. But how do lawyers...