...additional discovery would shift to the five named plaintiffs, represented by Berger & Montague. " Where (1) class certification is pending, and (2...
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
There is much new technology out there for paralegals. But for Kim Walker, senior litigation paralegal with Berger & Montague, balancing cost against time savings is a necessity
The economic climate may not be ideal to purchase new software, but tools already on the desktop can help you prepare cases and exhibits for trial. Senior litigation paralegal Kim Walker goes on a mi
Webster defines redaction as "an act or instance of editing." Sound simple? Not according to paralegal Kim Walker, who defines it as "one of the scariest tasks performed in a law office." She lists s
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"Cloud computing" may sound more like something a computer geek should know, but as a 21st Century paralegal, you are required to keep abreast of the latest technology. Cloud computing is storming th
Software programs offer endless possibilities for paralegals to learn the most productive way to accomplish any task. Berger Montague litigation paralegal Kim Walker looks at some of the coolest soft
Have you heard of the Deep Web? It's the content that is housed in online databases -- such as Westlaw and Lexis -- that search engines like Google and Yahoo cannot access. Paralegal Kim Walker dives
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