Archive for February 2011

Apparently, 'Copyright' Does Not Exist in a Gamer's Dictionary

What hasn’t the gaming industry given us? With the invention of a vast variety of genres (like RPG, Fantasy, Adventure, Multiple person shooter games, etc) gaming giants across the world have allowed individuals to surpass their own physical abilities in a vast variety of virtual environments. This freedom of ‘movement,’ (not to mention the significant…

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Tweeting in Court? It's happening…

Twitter has made the impossible possible. By tweeting everything from one’s latest escapades to what they ate for dinner, users are now privy to a social network that redefines relationships. The world is at your fingertips. With just a few taps on your cell phone you can update your online status and be known around…

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2011 – A Promising Year for employment for Legal Professionals

The legal industry has been full of ups and downs since the carnage of Black Thursday. The legal employment firm, Robert Half Legal, recently published a survey in which they interviewed a large number of lawyers at different firms, all of whom had hiring authority in their organization. According to a 2009 press release on…

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Education is the key to eDiscovery

TERIS spoke with Ron Sotak of Ryley Carlock & Applewhite about the need for legal professionals to pursue educational opportunities about eDiscovery, ESI and other related legal technology issues. Whether it’s through CLEs or online, Legal Professionals have a number of avenues to pursue in this area.

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Ingredients for successful litigation support service providers

Phoenix paralegal Michelle Lopez talks about what separates great litigation support service providers from the rest. As a long-time TERIS client, Michelle appreciates the personal service she receives and talks about how TERIS came through for her when she faced her first major professional challenge.

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The Role of Social Media in the Legal Industry

TERIS client Ron Sotak of Ryley Carlock & Applewhite in Phoenix talks about impact that social media is having on the legal industry. From Twitter to Facebook to Mobile devices, the field is rapidly growing and has an impact on eDiscovery and ESI issues.

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