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A highlight of the 38 cases from 2016 exploring the impact of new rules on proportionality, scope of discovery, and sanctions for spoliation.Read More
It's been an interesting nine months since the amended Federal Rules of Civil Procedure went into effect. In this fall 2016 edition of our Case Law Update, we highlight 38 cases from 2016 that explore the impact of new rules on proportionality, scope of discovery, and sanctions for spoliation.
Download to learn more about these most recent preservation cases:
- First Niagara Risk Mgmt., Inc. v. Folino
- Hyles v. New York City
- Elkharwily v. Franciscan Health Sys.
- Atiles v. Golub Corp.
- Fulton v. Livingston Fin., LLC
- Wagoner v. Lewis Gale Med. Ctr., LLC
Discover the secret ingredients for successfully transitioning from outsourced to in-house e-discovery from three in-house legal professionals.Read More
Corporate counsel face constant pressure to do more with less. As data stores have ballooned, and as the cost of litigation and compliance investigations has grown, more organizations are looking for ways to lower the cost of e-discovery.
This new In-House Elevated whitepaper shares the recipes for success from leading e-discovery professionals who've already taken the leap and the practical lessons they've learned along the way.
Panelists Jack Thompson of Sanofi; Becki Bottemiller of Portland General Electric and Wendy Riggs of Twitter, Inc. discussed with Jennifer Bantelman of Zapproved, Inc. their thoughts about the benefits of insourcing the discovery process, how to plan for the transition, where to start, how to choose the most helpful technology, what model will work best, and what pitfalls to avoid.
Understand the trends impacting the legal technology landscape, the size of the legal technology market, and the growth rates across each segment of that market.Read More
This fall, Mitratech commissioned a comprehensive third-party survey of the domestic legal technology landscape.
Specifically, we will answer:
- What are the trends impacting the legal landscape and how are they impacting demand for 3rd party legal software?
- What is the structure of the buyer landscape (i.e., corporate law departments and law firms) and how does it segment by size?
- What is the spend potential within these segments (i.e,. how big is the TAM)?
- How much is currently spent on software by legal departments and law firms today?
- What is the market potential and expected growth rate, by segment?
This white paper discusses what not to believe about arbitration misconceptions.Read More
More parties and attorneys would opt for arbitration over litigation, but with the misconceptions surrounding the litigation process, there are still those who have doubts.
How some of the best-run legal departments are capitalizing on the disruption in the industry to drive meaningful results through six sustainable innovations.Read More
This white paper examines how some of the best-run legal departments are capitalizing off six innovations that create improved efficiency and increased business value.
- Hiring non-lawyers to manage the business of the legal department
- Improving legal sourcing through data-driven decision-making
- Creating efficiencies through robust knowledge management
- Funding litigation with outside investors
- Purchasing goods and services through a consortium
- Applying cognitive computing to improve efficiency