As mobile devices and apps become more prevalent in law firms, and "Bring Your Own Device" programs proliferate, consultant Sean Martin asks "Who's running the show: the IT department or the lawyers?
Collaboration and content delivery tools are necessary for mobile lawyers, but what happens when these tools appear on the mobile devices we all carry, asks consultant Sean Martin
Many worry when sending an e-mail: did it go to the wrong address, and what happens when it's opened? In a recent cautionary tale, a defendant's in-house and outside counsel were disqualified for the
By producing document metadata in discovery, you may breach the attorney-client privilege according to a handful of ethics opinions. Attorneys must familiarize themselves with this developing and som
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Corporate defendants, and especially their in-house counsel, shudder when electronic discovery is mentioned. E-discovery puts a company on the defensive and hampers its ability to develop its defense
True believers in business intelligence software claim it's going to reshape law firm management. They say it helps firms slice, dice and analyze data gathered from all corners of a firm's universe.
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