Archive for April 2009

iCONECTnXT Enhances TERIS E-Discovery, Hosting, and Litigation Support Services

Los Angeles, CA (April 28, 2009) – iCONECT Development, LLC’s award-winning litigation support platform, iCONECTnXT, will now be offered by TERIS as part of their e-discovery, hosting, and litigation consulting services. nXT is used by 83 Am Law 100 firms, corporate legal departments, Fortune 500 corporations, and government agencies to organize, review, and analyze e-discovery.…

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TERIS adds leading litigation support professionals Julie Hinkle, Josh Rasmussen and Christy Harder to serve growing San Francisco office

TERIS announced today the addition of three leading litigation support sales professionals to its growing San Francisco office. Julie Hinkle joins as a new Electronic Projects Manager; Josh Rasmussen as Electronic Account Manager and Christy Harder as Account Manager for the company. The trio brings a combined mix of experience from both the legal and…

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Using Facebook as Employment Prescreening Tool

This is one of those topics that seems to straddle legal/ethical/practical lines with employer/employee relations and practices and depending on which side of the fence you sit, you undoubtedly have your own view of the practice. From the blog Mashable (which we highly recommend if you are at all interested in social media developments) comes…

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Legal Implications of "Free" Wi-Fi

With Wi-Fi being so pervasive today, it’s easy to take for granted the ability to log into a hotspot no matter where we are to surf the web and conduct email. What many people don’t realize however is that there actions could amount to the commission of a felony, as it may be illegal in…

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The Industry Standard: eDiscovery gets an F

From the respected Industry Standard comes an article talking about how far eDiscovery has to go still (according to technology industry standards): E-discovery in the age of Web 2.0 has a long way to go, according to industry experts, who recently convened at a Symantec Inc.-hosted Webinar to bemoan the state of record compliance in…

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