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  • Scalpels and hatchets

    Many politicians, including the President, threw their weight behind the Volcker Rule even though, as Taylor points out, it was more like a hatchet than a scalpel and is now poised to present a number of unintended consequences.

  • Paper trail blazers

    IP cases are notoriously heavy on documents and information collected for litigation, and any one of those documents could potentially contain details invaluable to an organization's proprietary processes or operational secrets.

  • Future-proofing e-discovery

    To adjust to today's Big Data landscape, corporate counsel are looking for ways to organize data volumes, increase efficiencies and reduce costs—a tall order for any business.

  • Fringe benefits

    The volume and various storage locations of information mean there is often no better way to cut litigation costs than to invest in an e-discovery software offering, and the market has surged to meet that need.

  • Social stumbling blocks

    While not all social media plans are the same and must be adjusted by region, realizing a few key ways that social media discovery abroad differs from domestic forms can help contain discovery woes.

  • Attorneys not knowledgeable enough on e-discovery

    Federal judges/magistrates are not happy with the level of knowledge seen among attorneys when it comes to e-discovery.

  • Opponents in Chevron/Ecuador case go toe-to-toe

    On the final day of Legaltech New York 2015, attendees got a chance to see two of the major participants in the ongoing litigation involving oil company Chevron and the South American nation of Ecuador.

  • Zapproved expands e-discovery platform with round of funding

    Zapproved, Inc. has ushered in a new era in e-discovery, and launched the new Z-Discovery™ Platform, a cloud-based software suite to help companies preserve and collect large amounts of data that are relevant to a case.

  • Navigating early stages of the EDRM: Identification and collection

    The correct utilization of technology is truly essential when dealing with the first two sections of the EDRM, the identification and collection of electronic data.

  • Bridging the consumption gap in legal technology

    Partnering with those who understand what you do, why you do it and how technology can help you do it better can bridge the gap between technical potential and actual deliverables.

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