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The End of Sanctions?
Rules revisions and growing expertise are leading to massive declines in sanctions and a "de-risking" of discovery. Join experts Mira Edelman and Craig Ball as they review case law trends, discuss their implications and debate the end of sanctions.
Doing More With Less: How In-House Legal Teams Are Revolutionizing Discovery
Learn how in-house legal teams at Walmart and Veolia are using simple, powerful technology to create a fundamentally new way of doing discovery—and realizing dramatic time and cost improvements in the process.
The Lawyer's Guide to Slack Discovery
Slack is changing discovery, and you could gain a first-mover advantage. Here, experts share best practices for dealing with Slack data and leveraging it to gain an evidentiary upper hand.
eDiscovery Dirty Tricks (And How to Defeat Them)
Your opposing counsel may have a few dirty tricks up her sleeve, but that doesn’t have to derail your case. Here you’ll learn how to handle document dumps, what to do when opposing counsel wields proportionality as both a shield and a sword, and how to win the privilege-claim game.
Are You Missing Critical Evidence? eDiscovery Search Accuracy with Craig Ball
If your search strategy is faulty, then your entire case could be at risk. Here you’ll learn how your discovery platform can dramatically impact your search accuracy, as well as the importance of configuration, processing settings, query language and syntax.
How Top Boutique Firms Are Winning Big Clients From Big Law
Learn how savvy legal professionals are using technology to scale their practices in ways previously not possible—and winning the business of large corporate clients in the process.
Making the Case for Legal Tech Investment
Tech provides clear benefits to legal teams of all sizes. What’s often not so clear is how to convey this message to internal stakeholders and build consensus around the need for a solution. Watch to learn best practices and proven strategies.
10 Things Corporate Counsel Hate—And How to Avoid Them
The dynamic between in-house and outside counsel is changing, as corporate clients demand to be treated not as advisees, but as partners. If you want their business, you’ll need to keep them happy. Tune in to learn how.
Managing Corporate eDiscovery to Save Millions of Dollars
eDiscovery can be expensive, risky, and complex, but a comprehensive corporate eDiscovery program can reduce discovery costs by tens of million of dollars—or more. Learn how to build one.
The Price of Defeat: Navigating the High-Stakes ‘Loser Pays’ Rule
The federal statute regulating discovery cost recovery is little understood, but as discovery costs soar, it is becoming increasingly important. Here you’ll learn the history of cost-taxing in federal courts, as well as approaches and preconditions for recovering eDiscovery costs.
Slack, Social Media and Self-Deleting Texts: Developments in Employment Law
With the explosion of new technology, the modern workplace has become a hotbed of potential evidence that proves essential in labor and employment disputes and investigations. Here you’ll learn how to navigate personal text messages, emojis, social media, and Slack.
2018 eDiscovery Case Law Review
2018’s most important cases are a reminder that discovery remains as critical, and sometimes as risky, as ever. Join an expert panel featuring Third Circuit Judge Thomas I. Vanaskie (Ret.) for this comprehensive review of the year's most important case law.
Virtual Law Firm Toolkit: A Guide to Building The Perfect Cloud-based Practice
Whether you’re hanging your own shingle, moving to a paperless practice, or just looking to modernize your firm, the tools you need to succeed as a legal professional are increasingly in the cloud. Here you'll learn about practical tools for everything from managing relationships, to legal research, to dealing with evidence.
Cybersecurity and Your Ethical Duties
Professional responsibility and cybersecurity go hand-in-hand. Here you’ll learn how to avoid getting hacked and how to respond when you do, what steps attorneys must take to protect client data, and how the “reasonableness” of cybersecurity protections is determined.
New Horizons in Data and Litigation
From chat messages, to ephemeral communications, new data types are reshaping the future of discovery and litigation. Are you prepared?
Eliminate the #1 Risk in Modern Litigation
Data is most vulnerable when it’s in motion. Logikcull eliminates risk by creating a closed-loop network that ensures end-to-end security throughout the discovery process. Here you’ll learn how to identify and avoid risks associated with sharing data insecurely.
Bitcoin, Blockchain, and the Law
Bitcoin and blockchain could have significant legal implications, whether it’s complicating eDiscovery, raising money laundering concerns, or being used as payment for legal services. Here you’ll learn how blockchain and bitcoin are impacting attorneys' day-to-day practice.
Ransomware and the Future of Law Firm Cybersecurity
Cyberattacks pose an increasingly existential threat to firms of all sizes. Here you’ll learn how attorneys can protect themselves against ransomware and other hacking methods.
Social Media and the Law
Social media isn’t just changing the way we interact with each other; it’s changing the way we practice law. Here you’ll learn best practices for preserving and producing social media evidence in litigation, as well as how social media is working its way into the discovery process.
Protecting Client Data in the Age of Cybercrime
Don’t make your firm a target. Simple security strategies can help you thwart would-be hackers. Here you’ll learn about the professional and ethical implications of a data breach, and the legal duty attorneys owe their clients.
2018: Emerging Trends in eDiscovery
Ever-accelerating data growth is shaping the legal system. Here you’ll learn why social media is changing the way lawyers approach discovery, and how ephemeral messaging is upending spoliation case law.
2018 Mid-Year Case Law Review
We’re in the midst of a golden age of evidence, with rapid data growth and an ever expanding universe of information potentially relevant to litigation. Here are the cases you need to know.
Blockchain and the Law: What Lawyers (and Their Clients) Need to Know
Blockchain technology is promising to remake industries throughout the world, changing everything from international institutions to simple contracts—and lawyers need to be ready. Here you’ll learn common blockchain use cases and considerations when advising clients.
Judge Peck and the Adventure of the Missing 502(d) Order
502(d) orders act as a strong shield against the waiver of privilege or protection, but they are rarely used. Why? Federal Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck gives guidance on how typical clawback agreements may fail to protect you from waiver, as well as the benefits of 502(d) orders — and when to use them.
React, Redact, Respond: Using Modern Tech to Tame FOIA and Public Records
It’s an election year. What can forward-thinking but resource-strapped agencies do to keep pace with the avalanche of public records? Here you’ll learn how forward-thinking government agencies are responding to record-breaking requests.
Anatomy of a Hack: Learning From Successful Law Firm Cyberattacks
Law firms are a tempting target for cybercriminals, but savvy firms are stepping up their security. Here you'll learn what vulnerabilities make law firms easy prey for hackers and how to protect your data, as well as the ethical implications of law firm cybersecurity.
2017 eDiscovery Case Law Review: Sanctions, Security, and SCOTUS on Spoliation
The legal profession in 2017 was largely shaped by major developments in data and legal technology. Join a panel of experts, including federal judges, as we glean practical guidance from the most important cases and developments of 2017.
2017 eDiscovery Case Law Update
The most important eDiscovery-related cases of the year so far touch on how the new Rule 37(e) impacts sanctions, privilege waivers and taxation of eDiscovery costs at the Supreme Court level, and the consequences of the judiciary’s renewed emphasis on proportionality.