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Factors to consider when managing e-discovery in an Office 365 environment.Read More
As cloud adoption increases, and more enterprise data is moved onto cloud systems, enterprise legal and IT teams are seeking strategies to successfully transition their preservation processes for ESI and prepare to manage e-discovery in an increasingly Office 365 world.
In-house legal teams and their IT counterparts realize that current processes and technology are challenged to keep pace with the increased complexity of the task of this hybrid on-premise/cloud data environment and as systems are incrementally migrated.
Corporate legal can realize significant savings bringing e-discovery in-house.Read More
These days, legal professionals are expected to lead the charge in implementing corporate initiatives aimed at reducing costs, mitigating risk, introducing new technologies, and changing corporate culture. No longer are the administrative priorities secondary to the substantive work - they are an integral part of it.
At the 2016 Conference on Preservation Excellence, panelists discussed ways the new breed of law department professionals are helping to transform their department so it runs like a business, from e-discovery to information governance and more.
Read the complete discussion featuring:
Moderator: Mike Quartararo, Director of Litigation Support Services, Strook & Strook & Lavan LLP
Panelists: David Castro, Associate General Counsel and Chief Litigation Counsel, Hess Corporation | Dawn Radcliffe, Legal Operations Manager, TransCanada Pipelines, Ltd. | Charisma Starr, Legal IT Manager, Exelon
The implications of a value-based approach, and how new innovations in technology are breaking down the barriers of communication in the legal ecosystem.Read More
What must a legal department consider when thinking about value?
How do law firm realities affect the likelihood of success?
What are the keys to success and how can it be measured?
In past years, legal departments were viewed as a cost center - the cost of doing business in turn, legal departments had large budgets to be spent with outside counsel, who were tasked with protecting the company. In that way, expectations were result-oriented. Today, however, legal departments serve an increasingly important business pourpose of managing risk and, in turn, seek a more business-friends approach with outside counsel: the seek "value."
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.
Exploring five critical stages of policy management to help organizations meet the rigorous standards demanded by today's environment.Read More
Stage 1: Establishing Policy Requirements
Stage 2: Drafting Policy
Stage 3: Policy Communication
Stage 4: Testing Understanding and Affirming Acceptance
Stage 5: Auditing Policies