Discovery can be a slow, expensive and risky process. But it is increasingly the deciding factor in most disputes, and can give a decisive advantage to those who’ve mastered it. Find information on discovery best practices, from data culling strategies to project management tips, in the articles below.
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Logikcull is excited to announce that we’re opening up submissions for our 2021 Culler Awards, to celebrate legal professionals who go above and beyond in discovery.
Without the right tools and workflows, the explosion of audiovisual data from apps like Zoom threatens to jeopardize already impossible eDiscovery budgets and timelines. Learn how to meet the challenges presented by A/V data and best practices in handling Zoom eDiscovery in a sustainable and scalable way.
See how the largest family-operated food service distributor in North America was able to streamline their legal hold process and become more productive by using powerfully simple legal hold software.
In eDiscovery today, only 3% of all collected data actually matters. Learn the best techniques to cull out the remaining 97% and drastically cut review costs.
What the Microsoft Exchange Server hack and what it can tell us about cyber risks (and responsibilities) for the legal industry-and their clients.
How one of the nation's largest property management companies transformed its eDiscovery and subpoena response program-in a matter of weeks.
It is in nobody's best interest to waste time swimming through mountains of digital data à la Scrooge McDuck and his gold coins.
Everyone from teenagers to CEOs communicates through text message these days. And those messages are all discoverable in litigation. Here's how to collect, review, and produce them should you need to.
Improving your billing process is not impossible, and a implementing best practices can help reduce write-offs, improve cost recovery, and, ultimately, lead to more satisfied clients and attorneys.
It's a terrifying thought: you've spent days, weeks, or even months combing through a data set, and you finally get that
Litigation is never easy, but with the right legal hold tools in place, you can make sure that your legal hold process is defensible, manageable, and virtually automatic.
For businesses looking to meet new COVID-19 notification requirements, legal hold software provides a convenient "hack."
Corporate legal teams, under the gun to cut costs and empowered by powerfully simple technology, are bring work in-house. As a result, 7/10 firms report losing business to corporate insourcing.
An organization's data security is only as strong as its weakest partner. If you don't know how your data is being treated, or what protections and protocols your tools provide, find out.
We put the security of your data above all else. That's why we're announcing 2 new features designed to protect and manage account: third-party password breach detection and single sign-on.
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.
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.
About 1 in every 5 employees leaves their job every year. Turn over can be even higher for discovery projects. When someone leaves, will they take access to your firm's sensitive data with them?
Lawyers, being lawyers, have been fighting over eDiscovery since eDiscovery first became "a thing." So it's no wonder that a parody letter from "Fighty, McFighty and Williams" reads like the real deal.
How can you prevent data issues from disrupting your next project? By tracking-and resolving-them early on, with a data quality issue management tracking system. Here's how to get started.
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.
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.
In today's cybercrime-ridden business environment, hackers are increasingly targeting law firms to mine sensitive client data. Here are five essential tips to keep that data safe.
If you find yourself struggling to bring in more billable hours, you’re not alone. Many lawyers aren’t able to fill up even half their day with billable work. According to the 2017 Legal Trends Report, unveiled yesterday at the Clio Cloud Conference, attorneys utilize only 2.3 hours a day on billable work, and collect on only 1.6 of those hours.
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