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As in-house teams hold an increasingly strategic position within their organizations, it is essential to set performance objectives that reflect this shift. Learn the key objectives that high-performing corporate counsel should strive for and the best ways to pursue and track them.
When you need to develop internal bandwidth for your in-house legal team, your first instinct might be to increase legal ops headcount. Learn how to determine if a new hire is what your team really needs and what the most innovative companies are looking for in their legal ops candidates.
As legal operations become a more established function within corporate legal departments, their level of specialization and areas of focus are expanding. Here are six of the most relevant legal ops trends to follow in 2022, which can help your legal department run leaner and prepare for future growth.
We cull the noise of the only legal tech conference about culling the noise. Get the best actionable tips from the legal leaders from Meta, Twilio, Square, Compass, and more who joined us at InHouse 21 in just a few minutes.
We can’t wait to see you at InHouse! And to help you get the most out of the two days, here are some quick tips.
An interview with Emily Ward, senior associate at Smith, Gambrell & Russel, about the main lessons attorneys, high executives, and employees can learn from the trial of Elizabeth Holmes.
To expand your in-house legal team or to keep it small and nimble? Learn how the role of in-house teams is switching from cost-center to change-maker.
Logikcull is excited to announce its annual users conference, InHouse 21, two days dedicated to culling the noise and finding what matters.
Demonstrating your expertise in the eDiscovery industry can be tough. But there are vendor-specific and vendor-neutral certifications that help you stand out from the crowd.
In October, Logikcull brought together over 600 legal professionals for InHouse, the conference for leaders who GSD. Now we're making it all available to you.
What if there was a unified solution for the EDRM in the age of the cloud? That's the vision Logikcull Co-founder and CEO Andy Wilson put forward at Logikcull's InHouse conference. Get the highlights.
Are you equipped with the skill, knowledge and technology to handle modern discovery, securely, effectively, and on-budget? Logikcull's Culler Certification is the badge that says, "Yes, I am."
InHouse is a one-of-a-kind summit for knowledge sharing and peer-to-peer networking. It's also a chance to deep dive into Logikcull and be among the first to access new products and features.
Today's in-house leaders bring simplicity to complexity, turn less into more, rethink old ways of working, and aren't afraid to make tough calls. They GSD. This is a conference for them. For you.
Law firms are frequent, lucrative targets for hackers-and discovery is particularly vulnerable. Yet too many firms cannot protect themselves, putting their clients, reputations, and livelihoods at risk.
What constitutes a reasonable standard of care for firms entrusted with client data? What price is to be paid when that standard isn't met? We discuss cybersecurity and ethics with Professor Eli Wald.
Logikcull's new In-Housing Index helps you see where your legal team-or your clients'-stands, providing criteria for assessing systems and capabilities and offering next steps for cost and risk reduction.
Our expert panel covers key strategies for complying with the California Consumer Privacy Act, key provisions of which to be aware, and outstanding questions regarding the CCPA's implementation.
Christian Auty discusses how the CCPA compares to the world's other major consumer privacy law, the GDPR, from definitions of personal data, to thresholds for application, to consent requirements.
The first in a series of excerpts from our recent CCPA webinar, this post offers a brief introduction to the CCPA, its applicability, and the rights-and corresponding obligations-it creates.
Spoliation sanctions have become increasingly rare in recent years. And when it comes to the most severe sanctions, these are increasingly off the table. For an industry
To shine a light onto government action, you need to know how to file a request and navigate the nine exemptions that can prevent the public release of data. This infographic details the process of filing a request under the Act, as well as what happens once your request is made.
The law is an adversarial system, but it can sometimes become a dirty one as well. Whether itand's document dumps, questionable
Hackers have law firms in their crosshairs. It's no wonder why. Law firms are increasingly viewed as "one-stop shops" for valuable
Does your eDiscovery process leave clients with an exorbitant bill while depriving you of potential revenue? Are you missing
Discovery billing isn't the type of lawyering that typically makes it in to legal dramas-or even the trade press. It's rarely the
Today's employment law disputes increasingly reflect the evolving nature of the American workplace. In 2018, landlines and water