I’ve read with some interest some of the commentaries about the recent moves of high-level eDiscovery experts from various firms and vendors. As someone who made a much less glamorous move myself recently, I’m curious about the different reactions. One of them was from Rees Morrison that caught my eye: Ay, there’s the rub. Just…
This is a pretty sad reality, but I know from working in what is a competitive industry, law, that asking for help would probably be seen by many as a sign of weakness. Worryingly, the survey revealed that many men find themselves unable to speak to their bosses about the impact that work is having on…
RSS is not gone, quite the opposite. Most people, however, don’t use RSS subscriptions like they did in the old Google Reader days, but RSS is running underneath a whole lot of stuff that we all use every day.
But, I also want to point out that there are a TON of good reasons to use an RSS reader now. Maybe more than there were when Google still had one. As it is, we’ve sort of grown into this habit of letting social media inform us. If there’s some topic we want to know about, we’ll follow some accounts and let the algorithm decide for us what we need to see.
Look how well that’s working out.
Because, you always need some ways to save money on your eDiscovery costs. Of course, my biggest suggestion can be boiled down to one simple sentence: Get rid of stuff you don’t need! But if you need more than that, check out this Legaltech News article. https://www.law.com/legaltechnews/sites/legaltechnews/2018/01/02/five-cost-saving-measures-for-e-discovery/ Follow these topics: Links, LitigationSupport