Professional Association: Alliance of Legal Document Assistant Professionals

By admin | February 15, 2009 | 0 Comments

The Alliance of Legal Document Assistant Professionals (ALDAP) is comprised of experienced legal professionals who have joined forces to boost consumer protection and increase the professional integrity of the Legal Document Assistant (LDA) and paralegal professions. To achieve these goals, ALDAP offers continuing education opportunities, requires strict compliance with the laws governing the LDA and…

TERIS Launches DiscoverLegalJobs.com – A Free Job Board For The Legal Industry

By admin | February 15, 2009 | 0 Comments

For Immediate Release TERIS Launches DiscoverLegalJobs.com –A Free Job Board For The Legal Industry New Web-based resource is ideal for cost-conscious law firms and corporations by eliminating job posting fees, which can be hundreds of dollars on most job sites Seattle, WA – Jan. 28, 2009 – As a way to say thank you to…

Leading eDiscovery Firm Changes its Name to TERIS After 13 Years, 6 New Offices and 3 Different Names

By admin | February 15, 2009 | 0 Comments

(In case you missed it) For Immediate Release Leading eDiscovery Firm Changes its Name to TERISAfter 13 Years, 6 New Offices and 3 Different Names Company Grows From One Employee and Copy Machine toTop Tech-Driven E-Discovery Firm in the Western US Seattle, WA – February 2, 2009 – It began 13 years ago in Seattle…

Guidance Software eDiscovery Lawsuit Demonstrates Challenges for its Clients

By admin | February 15, 2009 | 0 Comments

Fascinating story on AP: Guidance Software Inc. bills itself as the leading provider of technology that helps companies dig up old e-mails and other electronic documents that might be evidence in a lawsuit. Yet when Guidance itself had to face a judge, it was accused of bumbling its internal digital search. Whether Guidance intentionally hid…

FAA suffers massive data breach; more than 45,000 affected

By admin | February 13, 2009 | 0 Comments

The Federal Aviation Administration has notified employees that one of its computers was hacked, and the personally identifiable information of more than 45,000 employees and retirees was stolen electronically. All affected employees will receive individual letters to notify them about the breach, the FAA said Feb. 9. Federal Computer Week

Legal Problems With Social Networks?

By admin | February 12, 2009 | 0 Comments

Attention all legal professionals – blogger and attorney Frederick Abramsom points out some legal perils to joining and participating in social networks. He makes some interesting points and should give all some cause to consider. Here at TERIS we just launched our own Facebook pages and also participate actively in LinkedIn and Twitter. So far,…

Avoiding Sanctions in Ediscovery

By admin | February 10, 2009 | 0 Comments

White Paper: In today’s society, the storage of documents is increasingly in electronic form. To search these documents requires some knowledge of technology and the best application of this technology to find the important facts in the tsunami of electronic information. The complete paper can be found on the TERIS website or JDSupra.com

New Find: A Paralegal's Blog

By admin | February 9, 2009 | 0 Comments

 We just came across this incredibly well organized blog for the Paralegal Community (appropriately named “A Paralegal’s Blog“). It includes personal stories and bios of others in the profession, professional tips and news from the industry. Definitely worth checking out and following if you are a Paralegal.

ONSITE3 Files for Reorganization and Plans to Be Acquired by Integreon

By admin | February 6, 2009 | 0 Comments

ONSITE3(TM), a leading global provider of electronic evidence solutions for law firms and corporations, today announced that it has filed for reorganization under Chapter 11 of the bankruptcy code, and that it plans to be acquired by Integreon (www.integreon.com), the global leader of knowledge and legal process outsourcing (KPO and LPO). The Company also announced…

S.F. public defender begs for 2 paralegals

By admin | January 29, 2009 | Comments Off on S.F. public defender begs for 2 paralegals

The San Francisco public defender said Wednesday that unless the city gives him two more paralegals, he will start turning away some defendants accused of homicide and other felonies Feb. 1 and instead hire private attorneys for them. http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=http://blog.teris.com/c/a/2009/01/28/BAV215JAEB.DTL

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