Why is it taking so long for legal process outsourcing to take off
Attorneys at several Fortune 500 companies and Am Law 200 firms in the U.S. have started to question the data security for high-level legal work when it is outsourced to a foreign third party. Some g
We conducted our first survey of law departments to find out whether they've made the leap to outsourcing, where they're sending work, what kind of work they outsource, what motivated them, and how t
...decided to take outsourcing a step further in 2009, by partnering with Integreon Managed Solutions Inc., a legal solutions and LPO provider, to improve its...
...office support departments to U.S.–based legal process outsourcing company Integreon. Farming out routine tasks such as document review to outside companies is...
E-discovery technology used to handle the flood of information in litigation or an investigation may work in smaller matters but unravel at higher volumes. Companies must prevent unnecessary data fro
Early Case Assessment is the e-discovery solution most in demand, according to the experts. And — most frugal in-house counsel agree — with good reason!!!
Handling e-discovery in a foreign country means navigating a minefield of competing legal interests, in-house lawyer Alexander Shapiro told a group of in-house and outside counsel. He spoke of lawyer
Handling electronic discovery in a foreign country means managing a mine field of competing legal interests, in-house lawyers and panel moderator Margaret Daley (left) told an ABA-sponsored confab in
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