What I’m Sharing (weekly)

What I’m Sharing (weekly)

‘Too Practical’? Why Some Law Schools Don’t Offer E-Discovery Education ILTACON 2019 at the Happiest Place on Earth How to Be a Better, Kinder Professional Here’s an eDiscovery Buyers Guide Where You Can Actually See Videos of the Products 3 Ways Proactive Legal Ops Teams Can Increase Organizational Efficiency 57 Tips for Successful Innovation Outcomes…

What I’m Sharing (weekly)

What I’m Sharing (weekly)

Overview of the Advanced eDiscovery solution in Microsoft 365 Lawyers Are In the Information Business. Get Over It The Document Demand That Seeks Electronically Stored Information – How to ask for #ediscovery Who’s to blame for ransomware attacks — beyond the attackers? How to See if Zoom Is Running a Secret Web Server on Your…

What I’m Sharing (weekly)
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What I’m Sharing (weekly)

It’s Time to Follow a Next-Generation E-Discovery Playbook New Study Shows that Misinformation Sees Significantly More Engagement than Real News on Facebook  We are the point of failure. Law’s Looming Skills Crisis How Executives Like Me Can Revolutionize Workplace Mental Health Emojis & eDiscovery: What Lawyers Need to Know Why Every State Should Require Technology…

Legaltech is a Small World, There’s No Reason to Be Rude Ever
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Legaltech is a Small World, There’s No Reason to Be Rude Ever

We’ve recently been going through some vendor vetting at work, which requires a lot of time meeting a lot of people and listening to a lot of things. The one thing that has struck me over and over again is how often people in the room at these meetings either already know one another from…

Linked – Big Talk, Little Action? Survey Details Big Law ‘Innovation Gap’
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Linked – Big Talk, Little Action? Survey Details Big Law ‘Innovation Gap’

This does not sound like an industry that is doing what it needs to be successful. Thompson Hine, an Am Law 200 firm founded in Cleveland, commissioned the survey by asking in-house counsel and senior executives at 176 companies how much “innovation” they were seeing among their law firms. A mere 4 percent replied “a…