Education and insight from the judges, in-house leaders, and legal professionals who are transforming the practice of law. These are webinars you'll actually want to watch—we promise.
Long before the current health and economic crises forced other firms’ hands, Baker Donelson was proactively laying the groundwork for a new approach to eDiscovery.
Now, more than a year later, their new way of doing discovery has resulted in:
See how this AmLaw 100 firm proactively laid the groundwork for a new approach to eDiscovery—to reduce cost, increase adoption, speed time to data, and maximize client value.
How do you practice law from your living room? How do you manage a law firm when you can’t go to your office? If you’re asking these questions, you’re not alone.
Slack is changing the way we communicate—and the way we do discovery. Watch this webinar to see how Slack works, how you can handle Slack data in discovery and investigations, and what tools you'll need to be successful.
Over 40 organizations let us look into their discovery and investigations process, giving insights into technology adoption, handling of outside counsel, navigating insourcing vs. outsourcing and more. Join us to learn what we found.
Does your eDiscovery platform ignore search terms without you knowing? How do your storage options impact proportionality? And just what is a hash value anyway? Join attorney and special master Craig Ball as he looks into the black box.
Some of the greatest discovery challenges today aren’t arising from litigation, but from a new regime of privacy laws. The latest—and in some ways most challenging—of those laws is the California Consumer Privacy Act, or CCPA.
When it comes to recouping discovery costs, is your recovery process as effective as it could be? Are you able to reduce billing challenges and anticipate areas of client pushback? And where do you stand compared to your peers?
Rules revisions and growing expertise are leading to massive declines in sanctions and a "de-risking" of discovery. Join experts Mira Edelman of Dish Network and Craig Ball as they review case law trends, discuss implications and debate the end of sanctions.
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.
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.