A reasonable e-discovery effort is neither excessively burdensome nor evasive but reasonableness itself is not a simple concept
...rsquo;s about the conversation. Just as I suggest talking with clients about their fee needs, I also suggest similar conversations with practice group...
...in six-, 10- or 15-minute increments, depending on office policy and client directives. Without reliable time and billing records, clients can't be...
Lawyers and members of Congress wonder whether the Federal Trade Commission plays fair in administrative law suits
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Love it or loathe it, iOS 7 is here to stay (at least until iOS 8 arrives). Here's how to get the most out of Apple's latest mobile operating environment
In our final segment, our legal technology community predicts the year will be challenging, a bit scary, but there will be a lot of jobs
Richard Zitrin takes a stab at decoding those online lawyer ratings
Originally Published: The Recorder
...David Carns, vice president of e-discovery client services @Legal Discovery, told Law Technology News that @Legal Discovery manages its...
Data shows that the tech sector was responsible for much of the global dealmaking activity last year and recently racked up nearly $3 billion in value and yielded assignments for Am Law 200 stalwarts
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
...the proliferation and exponentially expanded use of wearable technology by attorneys and clients. Let's face it, perceived fad or not, enough people will...
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