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Can you Answer these 10 Basic eDiscovery Questions?

10 Basic eDiscovery Questions

Note: The following is a guest post from Daryn Teague, who provides support to the litigation software product line within the LexisNexis software division. If you work in the litigation field, you’ve probably read articles, attended conference sessions, perused blogs and maybe even waded through entire books dedicated to educating you about the world of eDiscovery. Are you curious to see how much ... Read More »

Legal Tech Evolution: Discomfort and Lasting Relationships

Legal Tech Evolution Discomfort and Lasting Relationships

If law firms aren’t evolving at a suitable pace, then perhaps corporate counsel should engage in introspective thinking.  That’s according to D. Casey Flaherty, a former in-house counsel, turned consultant, who made a mark on the industry with the creation of the Legal Technology Audit. His commentary is timely given much of the conversation at the recent ILTA conference (ILTACON) ... Read More »

How to Outsource eDiscovery: The Three-Legged Stool

How to Outsource eDiscovery The Three-Legged Stool

Note: The following is a guest post from Daryn Teague, who provides support to the litigation software product line within the LexisNexis software division. We’ve written quite a bit in this space about the vexing question that many in-house legal departments have had to ask themselves: do we want to handle our eDiscovery workflow in-house or outsource it to a qualified service provider? ... Read More »

7 Exceptional Posts Contributed by Legal Experts

7 Exceptional Posts Contributed by Legal Experts

So far this year, we’ve published more than 200 blogs posts but just a handful of them have been contributed blog posts – and those contributed posts are exceptional. Below is a list of seven contributed posts – most of which were published over the summer and might have been missed – which we solicited from legal experts across the ... Read More »

Infographic: Balancing the Prospect for Litigation Cost Savings

Balancing the Prospect for Litigation Cost Savings

“There are some easy steps an organization can take to take to keep litigation costs down, but they just aren’t taking them,” wrote Corporate Counsel. The article focuses on one of the most interesting findings in a recent litigation cost survey focused on Property & Casualty insurance companies.   It’s a “balancing act” line of business where legal metrics, efficiency and ... Read More »

Webinars: eDiscovery CLE and other LexisNexis Events in October

Webinar eDiscovery CLE and other LexisNexis Events in October

Instead of trick or treats, how about CLE credits for Halloween this year? You don’t have to wear a costume to earn the credits, it will take some spookiness out of eDiscovery, and you get a head start on costume ideas.  After all, armed with CLE credits on eDiscovery, you’ll be entitled to splurge on a new super lawyer costume ... Read More »

7 Ways to Prove the Value of the Legal Department

7 Ways to Prove the Value of the Legal Department

Note: Dan Ruderman with the strategic consulting team also contributed to this post. Proving value is always high on the list of priorities for corporate counsel. Perhaps it’s because legal services are a credence good, as D. Casey Flaherty says. There are however recognized techniques for proving value with data, processes improvement and strategy.  Here are seven ways to prove the ... Read More »

Great Legal Links: The Top 10 of 66 Business of Law Blog Posts

Great Legal Links The Top 10 of 66 Business of Law Blog Posts

We’ve published 66 posts on these pages in the three months spanning June, July and August. Here’s a summary of the most popular – that is the most read – Business of Law Blog posts for that time period.  It’s always fascinating to see the most read, are not always the posts with the most social shares. We’ve also listed ... Read More »

Litigation Costs Study:  How P&C Shops are Keeping a Lid

How P&C Shops are Keeping a Lid on Litigation Costs

It’s a balancing act:  fraud versus fair settlement and loss costs with expenditures.  As far as legal departments go, those working insurance claims for U.S. property and casualty (P&C) carriers are under constant pressure to drive operational efficiency, while providing quality customer service. To find out how P&C claims shops are keeping a lid on costs, we surveyed 86 P&C ... Read More »

3 Good Reasons to Outsource eDiscovery

3 Good Reasons to Outsource eDiscovery

Note: This article was written by Francis George. Buying software won’t solve an eDiscovery problem overnight according to a group of panelists on a recent webinar.  The panel debated the pros and cons of keeping eDiscovery in-house or outsourcing it  – which we’ve summarized below into three reasons for outsourcing eDiscovery. 1. Reactive vs. proactive The consensus recommendation from the ... Read More »