At its annual RelativityFest user conference in Chicago, the e-discovery company Relativity announced several new tools and features for e-discovery, privacy and compliance, data management, translation, and more.
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With increased digitization of business processes and services affecting all industries and enterprises, the need for accessible digital tools continues to grow. In certain instances, the implementation of accessibility best practices may be legally required.
General counsels typically have a limited budget for document review outside of litigation, but by taking a strategic approach, it needn’t be expensive. Strategically knowing where to look and what to look for significantly reduces the resources and time necessary to craft a story and, subsequently the cost.
Many legal professionals face the frustration of working at a firm that will not embrace technology. If you’re feeling stuck at a firm that insists on doing things manually, you’re not alone.
Technology plays a huge role in the modern practice of law. Modern technology tools assist with becoming more effective and efficient in the discovery process of litigation. They also assist in firm management and trial presentation.
This article examines how lawyers benefit from attending a legal tech conference. We’ll outline their benefits, dig into what’s usually on the agenda, and explain why they’re far more than just an excuse to spend the day out of the office.
Efficient and effective. If your research isn’t efficient, it won’t be effective. There are many skills you must master as a paralegal and no skill is more important than your ability to accurately research a topic and provide the right answers, and the right solutions at the right moment. The following legal research tips for paralegals will help improve your efficiency and enhance the quality of the information you deliver to your team.
If you are not using the Table of Authorities builder in Microsoft Word, you should be. Manually creating this table (and managing to keep it updated when changes are made to the brief) is an impossible task. Here are some tips...
Advancements in technology have changed every part of our lives, from how we socialize to how we work and even how we obtain information. Gone are the days of paper-based files and in-person meetings, now replaced with the option for digital signatures and virtual calls.