Hockey-stick growth is a sign that what you’re offering is serving a massive, previously unmet need. That's just what Baker Donelson achieved after it set out to reimagine its approach to eDiscovery.
Learn how this AmLaw 100 firm reimagined its discovery approach to put the firm’s core standard of “clients first” at the center—with the firm leaders who behind the transformation.
In a single matter, one two-attorney firm brought in $60,000 in DIY discovery services—and recovered those hours directly from opposing, whose discovery errors ended in cost-shifting sanctions.
A Baker Donelson shareholder gives an insider's view on how the firm innovates on everyday matters, where the benefits of a powerfully simple approach quickly compound.
Over a year ago, Baker Donelson had the foresight to reimagine their discovery process. Today, the firm is better positioned than ever to help clients focus their legal spend on the case merits.
Highlights from the inaugural Corporate In-Housing Survey on how in-house legal teams are managing litigation, discovery, and outside counsel—and where they're seeing the greatest success.
If you're facing objections to obtaining Slack data in discovery and investigations, you're not the only one. But armed with the right data, and an effective brief, those objections can be overcome.
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.