If your in-house legal team is contemplating handing off some day-to-day responsibilities to legal outsourcing companies, you might be wondering what exactly legal process outsourcing looks like these days. Here's an overview of what's happening with LPO today, and where we see it going in the coming years.
April was full of awesome feature releases, product improvements, and bug fixes. Here's a summary.
See how Twilio's team has become more agile and efficient by handling discovery in-house with Logikcull for matters big and small.
Learn about the tech stack that can help you navigate the pre- and post-IPO process and generate permanent ROI in the form of reduced costs, increased productivity, and fewer distractions for your team.
Last month was packed with awesome feature releases, product improvements, and bug fixes.
Today the global legaltech company, Logikcull, the leader in cloud-based DIY discovery, announced it will be requiring all employees to return to its headquarter offices in San Francisco on June 1.
As in-house teams hold an increasingly strategic position within their organizations, it is essential to set performance objectives that reflect this shift. Learn the key objectives that high-performing corporate counsel should strive for and the best ways to pursue and track them.
Without the right process and tools in place, responding to DSARs can be time-consuming and easily become overwhelming. Here's an overview of everything you need to know about DSARs and the most efficient ways to handle them.
Logikcull’s Spring Launch Event, Power Up, was filled with insightful user stats and trends, exciting new features, and even a surprise announcement. Here’s the event recap.
When you need to develop internal bandwidth for your in-house legal team, your first instinct might be to increase legal ops headcount. Learn how to determine if a new hire is what your team really needs and what the most innovative companies are looking for in their legal ops candidates.
As legal operations become a more established function within corporate legal departments, their level of specialization and areas of focus are expanding. Here are six of the most relevant legal ops trends to follow in 2022, which can help your legal department run leaner and prepare for future growth.
Join us on Tuesday, March 15 at 1 PM EST/10 AM PST to discover all the new features and innovations that will uplevel your discovery processes and workflows this spring.
In the wake of Zubulake, companies must show they have a defensible litigation hold process to avoid potential adverse inference issues over spoliated evidence. O365 does come packed with built-in discovery tools that you can use to jumpstart your discovery initiatives. However, these tools ultimately function best when paired with advanced hold and discovery programs.
Widespread remote workplaces present important challenges for eDiscovery that companies and in-house legal teams must now consider. Learn how you can tailor your eDiscovery strategies to navigate long-term work-from-anywhere policies.
In the second part of this interview with Slack discovery experts David Slarskey and Renee Bea, partners at Slarskey LLC, and Kyle Kelly of Coinbase, we covered managing Slack data in trials, predictions around the future of Slack discovery, and tips for anyone dealing with Slack discovery for the first time.
Productivity apps like Slack can lead to a very unproductive legal process if not handled proactively. In this interview, Kyle Kelly of Coinbase and litigators Renee Bea and David Slarskey share practical guidance for dealing with Slack data in the most efficient way.