Robert Rohlf replies to David Horrigan's "Is EDRM a Jack-of-All-Trades and Master of None," writing that the EDRM model is an educational beacon serving a number of purposes
Ronald Staudt prepares for the long and slow fight to integrate technology into the legal industry, starting with law schools
Suffolk Law School launches a law technology concentration program that will also help students learn project management and business skills
... The standards for professional competency requiring attorneys to comprehend technology are rapidly rising. Since the 2006 amendments...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...legal matters. Flaherty has gained traction and attention by developing a technology competency audit for lawyers in general, and prospective Kia outside counsel in particular...
Jim O'Hara, president of Kellen James, responds to a story on the difficulties faced by vendors in hiring e-discovery staff offers five ways to improve hiring
Viewabill is designed to bring transparency to billing, so clients can track costs of work in progress, day by day
D. Casey Flaherty, corporate counsel at Kia Motors America, really does have good intentions as he humiliates Big Law firms about their dismal technology skills but he is careful not to embarr
...special master. All too often, with my generation, we see e-discovery competency problems that lead to a failure to preserve or admit digital evidence...
...that compliance and ethics is an entirely separate profession that requires distinct competencies and expertise and autonomy from management to do its job...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
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