The pricing models behind discovery technology make three enormous mistakes: they punish users for data; they punish users for inactivity; they punish users for usage.
Necessity, as they say, is the mother of invention. And it’s pushing many in the legal industry to reimagine the way they do discovery—and what they pay for it.
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.
Logikcull hosted a roundtable discussion on practicing law in a time of crisis, touching on everything from keeping your teams sane to the logistics of mediation over Zoom. Here are the highlights.
Now, more than ever before, legal professionals must move away from traditional discovery processes & adapt to a world where communications are scattered across multiple platforms & media types.
Join us for an upcoming roundtable on how law firms are responding to the current health and economic crises. No selling. No plugging. Just learning. (And maybe a cameo by my cat.)
Remote work, distributed work, work from home, work from wherever—whatever you call it, working outside of the office is a sudden new reality for many legal professionals. Here are some tips to help.
Bad news for some Big Law clients: those emails partners are charging $800 an hour to draft are also finding their way into the hands of foreign hackers.