Monthly Archives: March 2017

Top News Stories of the Week – March 24

Social Messaging Applications Herald a New Era of Discovery Challenges. A new post spotlights how social messaging applications present a new set of discovery challenges beyond traditional social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram. Read more here. The Business Justification for Tracking Employees. The Wall Street Journal highlights some of the “not-so-creepy” justifications for

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Top News Stories of the Week – March 16

The Methods Law Firms Use to Evaluate Technology. A recent Q & A with the Director of Practice Support at Reed Smith spotlights how law firms evaluate technology. Read more here. Legal Operations Insights from Google’s Mary O’Carroll. Mary O’Connell, Google’s head of legal operations, recently shared some key insights

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Top News Stories of the Week – March 8

University of Florida Law School to Hold 5th Annual eDiscovery Conference. Recognized for its eDiscovery-based curriculum, speaker series, and leadership under Bill Hamilton, the University of Florida Law School is holding its 5th Annual eDiscovery Conference this month. Read more here. New Discovery Order from U.S. Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck. Judge Peck has

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Top News Stories of the Week – March 1

JP Morgan Saves Millions of Dollars through Analytics. JP Morgan uses analytical software to interpret commercial loan agreements, obviating 360,000 work hours previously spent each year by lawyers and loan officers on this task. Read more here. Proskauer Rose Spotlights Importance of Analytics. In an article published by the National Law Review, Proskauer Rose spotlighted

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