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The Comprehensive Legal Operations Field Guide [Sponsored]

How can you hire a legal operations team that will create company-wide impact? This essential report can help you figure that out.
Tags: Law, Ironclad, Sponsored Content, In-House Counsel, Legal Operations


Has The Supreme Court Eviscerated Recovery Of eDiscovery Costs?

It sure seems that way thanks to an opinion by Justice Kavanaugh handed down in March.
Tags: Technology, Supreme Court, Law, Ediscovery, Kavanaugh, Legal Operations, Mike Quartararo


Inaugural IP Operations Demographic Report Released [Sponsored]

The report leverages an unprecedented amount of data about the makeup of the IP operations function.
Tags: Law, Intellectual Property, Sponsored Content, Legal Operations, CPA Global, Legal Ops, Blickstein Group, IP Operations


The Procurement Dilemma: Should The Person Who Orders Office Supplies Also Order Technology?

If you leverage technology properly in your work, your organization will likely grow more productive.
Tags: Technology, Law, Legal Operations, Mike Quartararo


I’m Going Down To Lucky Town

A wishlist for this year’s CLOC Institute.
Tags: Law, CLOC, CLOC Institute, Legal Operations, Legal Ops, Blickstein Group, Brad Blickstein, CLOC 2019


What Impact Does Social Media Have On Your Organization?

As part of their information technology and governance practices, organizations need to consider developing and implementing policies around social media and web-based content.
Tags: Law, Social Media, Litigation, Legal Operations, Mike Quartararo


Has Anyone Actually Seen A Blockchain?

That’s no excuse for not embracing new technologies.
Tags: Technology, Law, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, Legal Operations, Mike Quartararo


Morning Docket: 04.16.19

* Varsity Blues students receive target letters, which are basically acceptance letters to the criminal justice system. [NY Times] * Greg Craig looking at an August trial date. That may sound soon, but this matter is all about the rushin'. [National Law Journal] * The Department of the Interior has opened an ethics investigation into its new head. He was confirmed a mere four days ago. [Courthouse News Service] * Circuit splits are on the rise and many are blaming the Supreme Court for not t...
Tags: Google, Crime, Supreme Court, Law, Police, Fbi, Courts, Law Schools, Biglaw, Courthouse News Service, Ny Times, Interior, National Law Journal, Greg Craig, Morning Docket, Varsity Blues


Morning Docket: 04.15.19

* “I don’t care about the Mueller report. I’ve been totally exonerated.” President Trump has been “emboldened” by AG William Barr’s summation of the Mueller report, but that claim of “total exoneration” may come back to bite him when the redacted report is released. [New York Times] * Speaking of the Mueller report, George Conway has stepped up his criticism of all the “no collusion” talk, commenting on Twitter that “[i]f Mueller had used the words ‘no evidence of a conspiracy or coordination’ ...
Tags: Fashion, Supreme Court, Law, New York Times, Deaths, Donald Trump, Law Schools, Biglaw, Trump, Hill, Mueller, Barr, Baker & McKenzie, Morning Docket, Bar Exams, Bar Exam Pass Rates


Are The New York Cybersecurity Regulations The U.S. Equivalent Of GDPR?

Not quite; but legal operations folks need to pay attention, particularly with respect to third-parties.
Tags: Law, Cybersecurity, Gdpr, New York Department of Financial Services, Legal Operations, Mike Quartararo


5 Traits Of Emotionally Intelligent Operational Leaders

What makes a good leader great? These characteristics will help.
Tags: Law, Emotional Intelligence, Legal Operations, Mike Quartararo


5 Things Operational Leaders Need To Get Right

Leaders care about more than just results. They also care about those who follow them. Be kind and empathetic.
Tags: Law, Advice, Legal Operations, Mike Quartararo


And You Thought Your New iPhone Was Expensive? These Guys Paid Over $10,000

This is a lesson learned for corporate legal, law firm, and eDiscovery professionals everywhere.
Tags: Technology, Law, Ediscovery, Legal Operations, Mike Quartararo


Some Thoughts On Vendor Selection For Legal Ops Pros

Consider some of these guidelines and not only will the vendor selection process will be a little easier, but your project outcomes will be more successful.
Tags: Technology, Law, Legal Operations, Vendor Selection, Mike Quartararo


Metrics? What Metrics? KPIs That Legal Ops Professionals Need To Track (Part II)

Part II of a two-part examination of what it means to define and measure legal project success.
Tags: Law, Biglaw, In-House Counsel, Legal Operations, Mike Quartararo, John Rowley


Metrics? What Metrics? KPIs That Legal Ops Professionals Need To Track (Part I)

In two parts, this week and next, we’ll explore what it means to define and measure legal project success.
Tags: Law, Biglaw, In-House Counsel, Legal Operations, Mike Quartararo


EDRM At Duke Law School Releases TAR Guidelines

Demystifying the technology assisted review process and providing some guidance on how it can be applied to document review in discovery.
Tags: Technology, Law, Law Schools, Duke Law School, EDRM, Legal Operations, Mike Quartararo, Technology-Assisted Review (TAR


The Time For Legal Operations May Be Now

You know you need legal ops when you’re struggling, so pay attention to the struggles outlined here.
Tags: Law, In-House Counsel, Legal Operations, Olga V. Mack, Stephanie Corey


57 Million Reasons To Get Your Organization’s Data In Order

How is it possible organizations do not know what information they possess, the value of that information, and how it is accessed and used?
Tags: Privacy, Law, Information Governance, Legal Operations, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR, Mike Quartararo


Bob Woodward On ‘Witch Hunts,’ Plus Corporate Legal Operations Heroes

He was accepted to Harvard Law, but turned down a spot in the class to become a reporter. The rest is history...
Tags: Law, Ediscovery, Harvard Law, Bob Woodward, Craig Ball, Zapproved, Legal Operations, Mike Quartararo


A Beginner’s Guide To The Biggest Week In Legal Technology

For anyone in legal operations who has not yet attended Legaltech, it can be a little overwhemling. Here's some advice to get you through it.
Tags: Technology, Law, LegalWeek, Legal Operations, Mike Quartararo, Legatech


Webinar On Findings From The 11th Annual Law Department Operations Survey

Is #newlaw finally here? Register today to learn what the 2018 LDO Survey reveals.
Tags: Law, Webinars, Legal Operations, Brad Blickstein


You Gotta Know When To Hold ‘Em . . .

Why is it that in 2019 we’re still talking about legal holds like we’ve never heard of them before?
Tags: Technology, Law, Discovery, Machine Learning, Ediscovery, Legal Operations, Mike Quartararo, Technology-Assisted Review (TAR, Legal Holds


Top 10 ‘New Rules’ For 2019

Think of these new rules as a sort of aspirational wish list for legal operations and technology specialists.
Tags: Technology, Law, Legal Operations, Mike Quartararo


Is #Newlaw Finally Here?

The 2018 Blickstein Group Law Department Operations Survey Report reveals law departments are taking advantage of #newlaw options.
Tags: Law, Legal Operations, Brad Blickstein, Blickstein Group Law Department Operations


There’s A New World Coming [Sponsored]

Today’s release of the 2018 Blickstein Group Law Department Operations Survey Report reveals law departments are taking advantage of #newlaw options,
Tags: Law, Legal Technology, Sponsored Content, In-House Counsel, Legal Operations, LDO Survey, AI. data mining, ALSPs, LPOs, Blickstein Group Law Department Operations


There’s A New World Coming

Today’s release of the 2018 Blickstein Group Law Department Operations Survey Report reveals law departments are taking advantage of #newlaw options,
Tags: Law, Legal Technology, In-House Counsel, Legal Operations, LDO Survey, AI. data mining, ALSPs, LPOs, Blickstein Group Law Department Operations


When It Comes To Legal Operations, Survey Says…

With advances in technology, much deeper insight into operational and financial performance has been gained.
Tags: Technology, Law, Surveys, Legal Operations, Mike Quartararo, Chief Legal Officer Survey


eDiscovery Project Management: Ask Forgiveness, Not Permission

Do you need approval to save money? To reduce risk? To implement efficient, defensible processes for managing your work?
Tags: Technology, Law, Ediscovery, Legal Operations, Mike Quartararo