Catch up on the latest guidance from our experts, including their insight on workforce management, automation and process optimization trends.
This is my first post in a series that will examine how attorneys, their support staff and litigation teams, and outside vendors can protect against inadvertent disclosure of privileged and confidential information.
My colleague at Canon Business Process Services, Baron Brady, Solutions Engineer, Legal-Information Governance solutions, points out that becoming paper-lite remains a challenging prospect for many organizations as long as so much incoming content enters the mailroom in the form of paper.
In my previous blog post I highlighted some of the key differences between transformation and automation. As a reminder, both approaches are necessary. However in this post I will focus on the short- and medium-term benefits that automation can supply when implemented correctly.
Previously, I highlighted one key solution that can help meet the challenge of reducing eDiscovery costs. In this, my final post in this series, I will spotlight a second solution—technology assisted review (TAR)—that can also help legal professionals achieve this goal.
A recording of our recent webcast, “Facilities Management Challenges and Opportunities in the Year Ahead,” is now available.
In this and my next post I will spotlight two solutions that can help meet the challenge of reducing e-discovery costs. The first solution is information governance.
This is the second post in a series that spotlights two solutions that can help meet the challenge of reducing e-discovery costs. In this post, we will examine some of the reasons why e-discovery is so expensive.
I’d like to share some interesting insights from a recent article about Altman Weil’s 2017 Chief Legal Officer Survey.