Shared Links (weekly) Jan. 10, 2021

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Don’t Let Ephemeral Messaging Apps Blow Up Your Ediscovery Matter

Stress In The Workplace: Three takes for you to consider

Saying a Production is Incomplete Does Not Make it True

Mini-guide to help employee’s mental health through winter

Whoops…Fabricated Text Messages Discovered

Relativity acquires VerQu to capture communication data

Announcing the 2021 State of the Industry Report!

How to Protect and Empower Kids Online: An Interview with Wired Human

What’s on the Horizon for Law Firms in 2021?

Remembering those the Legal Tech Community Lost in 2020

The ‘rise of the worker’ is here, and employees are calling the shots… Read More

Shared Links (weekly) Jan. 3, 2021

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Working all the time isn’t the same thing as productivity

Section 230: everything you need to know about the law protecting internet speech

Will Remote Work Be the End of the 40-Hour Week?

Here We Go Again? A Running Listing of eDiscovery Events in 2021

The most important blog post

Ways to build business relationships remotely

16 Ideas to Implement in Your Professional and Personal Relationships in 2021

Further Lessons in NOT Producing Discovery as PDFs

6 ways tech can combat loneliness and boost mental health during the holidays

iOS Privacy Changes Won’t Harm Small Businesses, Despite Facebook’s Claims

You May See More PTSD Symptoms In Your Employees… Read More

Linked: Male bosses regard employee depression more negatively

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Isn’t it just possible that all those years of telling men to get over it, and quit complaining about their depression, has long-reaching effects across all of society, effects that can bite us all back when those same men are in a position of power? Maybe we want to think about coming up with a better way to help men of all ages deal with depression, so that they don’t grow up to have zero compassion for those who aren’t able to just “man up”? … Read More

Linked: Should I tell colleagues about my mental health problem?

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That’s the damage of stigma. People who need a little support, a listening ear, a proverbially shoulder to cry on, don’t get it for fear of being judged.

And then, things escalate and just get worse, until they are forced to leave their profession.

Why should this be the case when we are all dealing with a pandemic and having struggles? Why do we still judge people who actually talk about it?

Nothing will change until we can eliminate the stigma that causes so many to not even talk about their struggles.… Read More

Shared Links (weekly) Dec. 13, 2020

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Cybersecurity for Attorneys: The Ethics of Incident Response

Legal Tech Trends from 2020 and How to Prepare for 2021

New Report Shows Cellphone Encryption Isn’t Really Stopping Cops From Searching Phones

Small Business: Mental Health Resources During the Pandemic

The Challenges of Chat in eDiscovery as COVID Brings Changes in Work Behaviour and Working From Home

3,000 law firms “could be forced to close or merge”

Your Boss is Your Biggest Cyber-threat, Global Remote Work Survey Finds

Cybersecurity giant FireEye says its hacking tools were stolen by a nation-state

How to get your boss to approve the training you want

The eDiscovery Channel (Blog) Has Become the History Channel

The Importance Of Authentic Networking

Here Are 4 Ways You Can Address And Support Employee’s Mental Health… Read More

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