The ability for individuals to request the data organizations collect about them is a central feature of a new wave of privacy laws. But what do those requests require and how can they be fulfilled?
For in-house innovators, contracting readiness is one of the first challenges to take on. But where do you start? And once started, how can you improve? Tune in for insights from those who've done it.
If you’ve experienced pushback from clients on discovery costs, you’re not alone. In our recent survey, 89% of law firms said they received resistance from clients around the cost of discovery.
Today's leading journalists are increasingly using data, and the open records laws which provide access to that data, to break headlines. But first, they've got to get through the document dump.
When it comes to pricing legal software and services, what goes into that calculus? And how can companies keep their mission and customers’ interests central to that determination? Find out here.
Firms are desperate to grow revenue. Corporate clients are tightening their belt. How does that impact the attorney-client relationship? In-house leaders offer a candid look at their struggles with OC
For savvy attorneys, Slack data can provide a wealth of information, information that can change the course of a case. That’s the subject of our new case study on how attorneys are using Slack to win.
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