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.
Legal teams are increasingly confronting disruptive tech, determining how to treat the data it creates and how to integrate it into their litigation processes. Hear from 3 lawyers on the front lines.
Logikcull's lead UI engineer, Pete Lambert, discusses why "HTML is the web," the importance of creating a strong foundation for any web-based product, and his nearly decade's long career at Logikcull.
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.
In more cases, across more practice areas, social media evidence is playing a critical role, but the best way to collect and preserve that evidence can vary significantly by platform. Find tips here.