The first in a series of excerpts from our recent CCPA webinar, this post offers a brief introduction to the CCPA, its applicability, and the rights—and corresponding obligations—it creates.
Logikcull recently hosted a webinar on the CCPA—what it is, what it requires, and what organizations might do to build out their compliance approach. If you missed it, here are some highlights.
Logikcull’s 2019 eDiscovery Billing and Cost Recovery Survey gathers data from over 100 law firms to see how they are reducing write-offs, recouping discovery spend, and dealing with client pushback.
How are legal teams addressing disruptive, collaborative technology in and building consensus around those decisions? Find out here in part 2 of our interview with lawyers who are doing just that.
The matrix is a straight-forward way to evaluate clients—and tailor your cost-recovery strategy to match, whether you're dealing with frequent, well-funded litigants or the most cost-sensitive clients
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?
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.
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.