With many companies increasingly allowing – and in many cases encouraging – the use of personal devices for work-related matters, a recent CCBJ webinar highlighted the importance of implementing a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy. Continue Reading E-Discovery Challenges of BYOD Programs
DISH’s Mike Burg partnered with iDS’s Dan Regard to build a document repository that allows the legal department to be more consistent across matters and leverage previous decisions on repetitive documents.
CCBJ: Mike, please describe some of the issues that have been on your radar since you joined DISH.
Mike Burg: I’ve been managing e-discovery at DISH just about five years. Currently, we’re focused on becoming more efficient and leveraging technology to Continue Reading The First Stop for IP E-Discovery
Brian D. Moore demonstrates how technology and visibility have cultivated the increasingly broad and sophisticated managed services that providers such as FRONTEO can offer.
CCBJ: How have managed services evolved over the last few years?
Brian Moore: Managed services for e-discovery, and legal services in general, has been an ongoing trend over the last 10 to 15 years. That trend was significantly accelerated by Continue Reading Managed Services Tailored to Fit the Client
Advancing technology is enabling real process change in document review, says TCDI’s Caragh Landry. Continue Reading E-Discovery: Report from the Front Lines of the Digital Revolution
Seyfarth Shaw’s Robert Milligan and iDS’s Jim Vaughn look at discovery and digital forensics in the age of the cloud. Continue Reading How the Cloud and Mobile Devices Have Changed Discovery
When I got back from CLOC last month, I was amazed at the various roles and responsibilities shouldered by legal operations staff. Still one of the fastest growing roles in legal departments, the responsibilities often assigned to these teams are varied and all over the map in terms of impact on the business, not just the legal department. Continue Reading The Ever-Increasing Responsibilities of Legal Operations Staff
An annotated review of Information Governance Insights columns from 2017
The scope of corporate counsel duties has changed rather rapidly and drastically in the past decade. As companies have quickly begun to digitalize nearly every aspect of their operations, digital information has become the lifeblood and primary asset of nearly all business, in every industry, in every sector. Whether a company makes or sells widgets, transports goods or people, facilitates markets or financial transactions, or provides services of any sort, in the past few years it has also become an information business. The volume of digital information flowing through companies has also grown exponentially in this same short period. Continue Reading Information Governance Insights: Taking Control of the Data Mountains
There is an undisputable tension in the legal ecosystem. How do you explain it? Is it a natural tension that flares up every other decade? Is this the last industry to finally embrace technology? Is it a perfectly normal cycle that occurs from a macroeconomic perspective when innovation forces change? Or a combination of them all? There is obvious change evident in the pace of legal technology advancements, but that is only one part of the broader ecosystem. Here’s where that evolution is happening.
Data migration has reached a tipping point. The vast majority of technology decision-makers (84 percent) say that their organization invested in cloud services in 2016, according to Insight’s 2017 Intelligent Technology Index report. It noted that “while only 15 percent have fully migrated their corporate application workloads to public clouds, 47 percent are more than halfway implemented in the cloud, with large and medium companies leading the way.” Continue Reading Now That Your Data’s in the Cloud, How Do You Get It Out?
Based on my research, during the past five years at least 90 different U.S. organizations published reports based on 190 surveys of U.S. law firms or law departments. That plethora of legal-industry surveys addressed a wide swath of management data. An analysis of the topics finds that compensation, e-discovery and outside counsel cost control were frequent topics, but all manner of other data inquiries were also carried out. The sponsors were primarily publishers, vendors of software or services, bar associations and consultants. At least half a dozen law firms and several trade groups also launched surveys. Continue Reading Surveying the Surveys: There are many in the legal world, and the quality is uneven