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Lawyers’ E-Discovery Competence Improving, Judges in Survey Say

The majority of federal judges believe that the lawyers who appear before them show an adequate level of knowledge and expertise in e-discovery matters, according to a recently published survey. Even so, most judges say they have had to take affirmative action, such as issue a warning or require additional conferences, to get lawyers to address an e-discovery problem. These are among the findings of Judges Survey 2019, an e-discovery survey of 264 sitting and retired federal judges. The survey w...
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Duke Law School, Bob Ambrogi, Exterro, EDRM


Lawyers’ E-Discovery Competence Improving, Judges in Survey Say

The majority of federal judges believe that the lawyers who appear before them show an adequate level of knowledge and expertise in e-discovery matters, according to a recently published survey. Even so, most judges say they have had to take affirmative action, such as issue a warning or require additional conferences, to get lawyers to address an e-discovery problem. These are among the findings of Judges Survey 2019, an e-discovery survey of 264 sitting and retired federal judges. The survey w...
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Duke Law School, Exterro, EDRM


Federal Judges Feel They’re Still Too Involved In Your Discovery Process

Lawyers are getting better at eDiscovery, but there's still a lot of room to improve.
Tags: Technology, Law, Courts, Federal Judges, Ediscovery, Duke Law School, Exterro, EDRM


New Year Kicks Off With Huge $200M Investment In Legal Tech Company

Just a few weeks ago, in my 2018 year-end round-up of the most important legal technology developments, I noted that it had been a banner year for investments in legal technology companies, with the total hitting $1 billion. Now, 2019 is off to a roaring start, with news of a $200 million strategic investment in Onit, a Houston company that provides enterprise workflow products for legal management, contract management and business process automation. The investment was made by K1 Investment Man...
Tags: New York, Law, Uncategorized, Los Angeles, Houston, Eric Smith, Beaverton, LegalZoom, Bob Ambrogi, Exterro, Elfman, Litera Microsystems, Onit, Eric M Elfman, Leeds Equity Partners K1, Sackett Group


New Year Kicks Off With Huge $200M Investment In Legal Tech Company

Just a few weeks ago, in my 2018 year-end round-up of the most important legal technology developments, I noted that it had been a banner year for investments in legal technology companies, with the total hitting $1 billion. Now, 2019 is off to a roaring start, with news of a $200 million strategic investment in Onit, a Houston company that provides enterprise workflow products for legal management, contract management and business process automation. The investment was made by K1 Investment Man...
Tags: New York, Law, Uncategorized, Los Angeles, Houston, Eric Smith, Beaverton, LegalZoom, Exterro, Elfman, Litera Microsystems, Onit, Eric M Elfman, Leeds Equity Partners K1, Sackett Group, Wolters Kluwer Today


The 20 Most Important Legal Technology Developments of 2018

What a whirlwind of a year it has been for legal technology. Barely a week into 2018, industry-changing news broke of Avvo’s sale to Internet Brands. Legal tech news has been nonstop ever since – so much that it’s a struggle to keep up with it all. For several years now, I’ve closed out the year with a round-up of the 10 most important legal developments (2016, 2015, 2014, 2013). Last year, I bypassed the top 10 to focus on a single overarching development, The Year of Women in Legal Tech. This ...
Tags: Europe, Utah, Florida, UK, New York, London, Microsoft, Law, Washington, Russia, Uncategorized, Toronto, San Francisco, Georgia, Analytics, Portland


The 20 Most Important Legal Technology Developments of 2018

What a whirlwind of a year it has been for legal technology. Barely a week into 2018, industry-changing news broke of Avvo’s sale to Internet Brands. Legal tech news has been nonstop ever since – so much that it’s a struggle to keep up with it all. For several years now, I’ve closed out the year with a round-up of the 10 most important legal developments (2016, 2015, 2014, 2013). Last year, I bypassed the top 10 to focus on a single overarching development, The Year of Women in Legal Tech. This ...
Tags: Europe, Utah, Florida, UK, New York, London, Microsoft, Law, Washington, Russia, Uncategorized, Toronto, San Francisco, Georgia, Analytics, Portland


In-House Legal Departments Don’t Understand ‘The Facebooks’

More work is flowing in-house, but there are trends they may not be hip to yet.
Tags: Technology, Law, Exterro, In-House Counsel




How Are In-House Counsel Spending Their Money?

Will that money trickle down to the Am Law 51+ firms that routinely report the worst sags in demand?
Tags: Technology, Law, Exterro, In-House Counsel, Blickstein Group


Federal Judges Sound Off On Discovery

Federal judges are sick and tired of having to resolve all your discovery disputes because you can't settle them on your own like grown-ups.
Tags: Law, Discovery, Federal Judges, Surveys, Litigation, Litigators, Ediscovery, Exterro, Discovery Disputes


What Kind Of In-House Fixer Upper Are You?

Take this quiz to see what kind of a "fixer" you are!
Tags: Law, Advertising, House, Quiz, Exterro, Sponsored Content, In-House Counsel



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