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3 Keys to Powerful Analytics in eDiscovery

3 Keys to Powerful Analytics in eDiscovery

The use of data analytics in the eDiscovery workflow continues to accelerate. According to a survey of in-house legal departments conducted by the Coalition of Technology Resources for Lawyers (CTRL), a majority of legal departments (56%) reported that they were using data analytics to address eDiscovery obligations. Specifically, the survey found that the top three uses for data analytics in ... Read More »

Friday Share: Resurrecting the “Dying Art” of ECA

Friday Share Resurrecting the “Dying Art” of ECA

We recently came across an article published in Inside Counsel back in 2012 that now seems highly prescient – and it’s this week’s Friday Share. In his column, “E-Discovery: The Dying Art of Early Case Assessment,” attorney Matthew Prewitt opined that the high stakes of eDiscovery were transforming the traditional idea of smart “early case assessment” (ECA) by trial lawyers ... Read More »

Spring Forward with 6 Legal Tech Webinars for April

Spring Forward with these 6 Legal Tech Webinars for April

Whether springing forward or falling back, those affected by changes for daylight savings are reminded twice a year the value of an hour.   To that end, we put a lot of effort into lining up webinar – that last about an hour – with high quality speakers and content. Below you can find our monthly legal tech roundup with webinars ... Read More »

5 Timeless April Fools’ Jokes for the Legal Community

5 Timeless April Fools’ Jokes for the Legal Community

With April Fools’ Day landing on the last day of the week this year, we are again embracing levity.  This year we are building on the April Fool’s Pranks for Lawyers piece curated on these pages last year. After searching for new gags with an appropriate angle for legal, we’ve added just two more to the list as the theme ... Read More »

3 Law Firm Business Development Imperatives for 2016

3 Law Firm Business Development Imperatives for 2016

It takes 30,000 or 40,000 hours of practice to become an expert litigator, according to one large law firm partner.  To date, including the very seminar that partner was attending, he had spent a grand total of just a few hours honing his business development skills. If attorneys can accept that the practice of law is a skill that’s learned ... Read More »

Key Considerations Before Buying an eDiscovery Platform

Key Considerations Before Buying an eDiscovery Platform

With a number of legal software companies introducing new eDiscovery products recently, it’s understandable that many law firm CIOs and in-house legal departments are scratching their heads about which platform might be the best fit for their unique needs. Legaltech News tackled this challenge recently and spoke to a pair of prominent eDiscovery attorneys for advice about the questions that ... Read More »

Report: North Carolina poised for Tech Growth

Report North Carolina poised for Tech Growth

Move over Silicon Valley, the state of technology in North Carolina looks increasingly attractive to businesses. That’s our interpretation of the 2016 North Carolina State of Technology industry report, which we are featuring for this week’s Friday Share. It’s no coincidence that LexisNexis continues to build out the Raleigh Technology Center of Excellence. The second annual report was produced by ... Read More »

ECA and “Smart Review” Gives eDiscovery a Boost

ECA and “Smart Review” Gives eDiscovery a Boost

Speed, efficiency, smarter analytics and cost predictability. In dozens of focus group conversations with LexisNexis representatives, that’s what eDiscovery professionals say they need. In order to pursue those four goals, litigation teams are increasingly finding that early case assessment (ECA) is critical. “An effective ECA effort helps legal professionals identify the data right away, narrow down the pool of electronic ... Read More »

Business Talent:  USO of NC Helping Troops in Transition

Business Talent USO of NC Helping Troops in Transition

While the USO may be better known for military entertainment and airport lounges, it is also evolving to meet the needs of our nation’s service members and their families, especially as they transition back into the civilian world. The range of programs the organization provides has broadened to include career transition programs, according to Kelli Davis, the Troops & Family ... Read More »

eDiscovery Panel Foresees Legal Analytics Revolution

eDiscovery Panel Foresees Legal Analytics Revolution

The year 2016 may well turn out to be the turning point for how we viewed the paradigm of linear eDiscovery review. In recent weeks, many litigation experts have voiced challenges to the concept of linear review – where electronic evidence travels from one stop on the EDRM to the next – and have begun to shift the conversation toward ... Read More »