ALC Legal Technologies Named Top 20 Electronic Discovery Service Providers in the prestigious 2008 Socha-Gelbmann Electronic Discovery Survey Report

By admin | September 30, 2008

ALC Legal Technologies Named Top 20 Electronic Discovery Service Providers in the prestigious 2008 Socha-Gelbmann Electronic Discovery Survey Report Ranking validates ALC’s reputation as topelectronic discovery service provider to the legal industry Seattle, WA – August 5, 2008 – ALC Legal Technologies (ALC) announced today that it has been named one of the top 20…

When should you look at an e-discovery platform?

By admin | September 26, 2008

Good post here about how corporations can lean on partners to identify and implement the best and most appropriate solution when (not if) the need arises for e-discovery. The writer discusses what he had to do when approached by corporate counsel to pull together documents relating to a specific subject (3 times in one year).…

Test your skills with new legal crossword

By admin | September 24, 2008

The Daily Report just launched a new online legal crossword puzzle. The site will post a new crossword puzzle every Friday. This is a fun way to test your legal (and crossword) skills and knowledge.

A new e-Discovery worry to consider: Virtual Machines

By admin | September 10, 2008

  From EnterpriseStorageForum.com comes an article about Virtual Machines and the impact they may have on e-discovery. First things first. What are Virtual Machines? EnterpriseStorageForum.com defines them this way: A self-contained operating environment that behaves as if it is a separate computer. For example, Java applets run in a Java virtual machine (VM) that has…

Is E-Discovery overwhelming the American Justice System?

By admin | August 28, 2008

Interesting article in the most recent Economist that asserts “A deluge of electronic information may overwhelm American civil justice” The article’s author points out that it was not long ago when “In the rare event that electronic evidence was requested, 100 gigabytes (GB) was considered a large amount.” Today, “almost every case involves e-discovery and…

Managing E-Discovery: The CIO Perspective

By admin | August 27, 2008

  Today’s online version of Computerworld includes some good insight for IT managers and executives regarding the growing role of E-Discovery in their roles. Author Benjamin Barnett describes a “call to arms in an electronic discovery battle” for IT professionals. His top 3 rules: Rule 1: Managing e-discovery is now part of your job. Rule…

Tech Firms Pitch Tools For Sifting Legal Records

By admin | August 25, 2008

  In case you missed it, last Friday the Wall Street Journal published a great article about the rise of technology solutions being created and pitched to companies who are feeling overwhelmed by the growing demands of e-discovery. It is interesting to see how law firms are positioning themselves in this development. It seems to…

Welcome to our Litigation Support Sentinel Blog

By admin | August 25, 2008

  If you’re reading this post, it means that you have found the new Litigation Support Sentinel Blog – published by the ALC Legal Technologies family of companies and professionals. We plan to use this space to help keep our partners, clients and employees apprised of new developments within the litigation support industry as well…

Companies don't know where their information lives – ediscovery drives costs up

By admin | August 11, 2008

  From CMS Wire today. It seems companies are confused (and becoming more so) about document storage and management and and this is having a profound impact on their e-discovery capabilities. The article points to a study from the American College of Trial Lawyers and the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System.…

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