Archive for April 2010

PDF: Most Popular Format for Digital Archiving

Law firms rely on massive amounts of documentation both within their organization and with outside partners, all of which need to be stored in a way that is reliable and accessible.  Keeping every hard copy is impractical purely for storage reasons and also because of the difficultly employees will have when they need to quickly…

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7 e-Discovery Groups or Communities You Should Consider Joining

Because e-Discovery is a new field, any legal firm should keep abreast of all the latest happenings that could affect it. What better resource to find out the news than on the Internet itself? Here are seven e-Discovery groups on the web that are chocked full of information from experts in the field of e-Discovery.…

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TERIS and Zapproved partner to deliver Legal Hold Pro to law firms and corporations

Seattle, WA – April 19, 2010 – TERIS announced that it has partnered withZapproved as a Legal Hold Pro Reseller.  As one of the leading eDiscovery service providers over the past nine years, TERIS is implementing Zapproved’s Legal Hold Pro to help clients automate and manage their litigation hold processes. Legal Hold Pro provides an easy-to-implement, low-cost approach to manage…

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E-Discovery Certification: A Must for Legal Professionals

One of the fastest growing professions in the legal services industry is that of E-Discovery professionals. E-discovery refers to the process by which electronic documents such as emails, word documents, spreadsheets, and audio and video files are admitted as legally acceptable evidence for use in litigation cases. While it may be simple enough for litigants…

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Outsourcing of Managed Reviews

It is said that the nature of change is such that if you do not strive to create change, it will eventually create you. The truth of this statement is very obvious in the technology-driven world of the twenty-first century, where the impact of ever-improving technology is forcing everything to change, and causing everyone to…

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E-Mails to Attorney From Work Computers Considered Privileged

A New Jersey Supreme Court recently ruled that e-mails sent through a work computer are considered privileged. An employee at a care center recently took this case to the state’s high court after a lower court rejected her privacy claim. Plaintiff Maria Stengart had been contacting an attorney via e-mail on a work laptop to…

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Law firms and social media policies proving to be a successful team

It seems that businesses of all varieties are hopping on the social networking train these days. Many companies have found social media to be a viable form of marketing in our Internet age. However, law firms should be very careful when treading into the social networking waters such as Facebook and Twitter.        …

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