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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


Who Remembers When It Cost $2500 Per GB To Process ESI?

Legal operations professionals may not always process ESI themselves, but here are a few pointers that everyone in eDiscovery may benefit from.
Tags: Technology, Law, Ediscovery, ESI, Legal Operations, Mike Quartararo


Is Your Legal Operations Team ‘Litigation Ready’?

In the end, being 'litigation ready' means knowing what information an organization has and what needs to be done to preserve and collect it if necessary.
Tags: Law, Litigation, Legal Operations, Mike Quartararo


So, Your Organization Has Been Sued And You Need To Collect ESI . . .

Legal operations people faced with the prospect of collecting data for use in discovery need to keep a few primary objectives in mind.
Tags: Law, Advice, Ediscovery, ESI, Legal Operations, Mike Quartararo


You Spin Me Right Round…

Over the past month I have given about a dozen talks in large conference settings with hundred of people, or at smaller intimate partner/ counsel lunches, or for people spanning the globe via webinar. The discussions have ranged in content and theme but all were legal industry favourites including: the state of the legal industry 10 years out from the great recession of 2018; the seat change from Baby Boomers to Millennials in firms, and what that means for the way work is done, how people are ...
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Change, Innovation, Vpn, Competitive Intelligence, Legal Technology, Snoop Dogg, Baby Boomers, BTI, Legal Operations, Ellen DeGeneres Oprah


What Do Dinosaurs, Electric Drills, And Technology Have In Common?

Those who are unwilling or unable to adapt, like dinosaurs, will find it difficult to survive.
Tags: Technology, Law, Legal Operations, Mike Quartararo, Dinosaurs Electric Drills


Become The Hand That Turns The Key

7 tips to help legal department operations professionals stay front and center.
Tags: Law, Archer Daniels Midland, In-House Counsel, Baker & McKenzie, Legal Operations, Consilio, Phillips 66, Brad Blickstein, Law Department Operations Survey


Turning The Law Department Into A Profit Center [Sponsored]

Bringing business discipline to the legal function.
Tags: Law, Sponsored Content, In-House Counsel, Corporate Counsel, Litigation Finance, Lake Whillans, Legal Operations


Is ‘E-Discovery Day’ Really A Thing?

A celebration across the country of the hard-working people who frequently toil behind the scenes to help make the legal process work.
Tags: Technology, Law, Legal Operations, Mike Quartararo, eDiscovery Day


Information Governance: The Foundation Of eDiscovery Projects

Sound information governance policies and practices fall squarely in the hands of legal operations personnel.
Tags: Law, Ediscovery, Information Governance, Legal Operations, Mike Quartararo


Who Calls The Shots Anyway? In-House Or Outside Counsel?

In most cases, the client is the one who ultimately pays. Fix the situation before the situation fixes you.
Tags: Law, Ediscovery, In-House Counsel, Outside Counsel, Legal Operations, Mike Quartararo


Are Humans The Weak Link In Technology-Assisted Review?

If there is any shortcoming of TAR technologies, the blame may fairly be placed at the feet (and in the minds) of humans.
Tags: Technology, Law, Machine Learning, Ediscovery, Legal Operations, Mike Quartararo, Technology-Assisted Review (TAR


Growin’ Up: The Legal Ops Function Matures

LDO’s top challenges are now like other business functions.
Tags: Law, Change Management, Compliance, In-House Counsel, Legal Operations, Legal Ops, Brad Blickstein, Annual Law Department Operations Survey, LDO


Who’s Amending The Federal Rules Anyway?

Companies that self-collect ESI may want to rethink that strategy.
Tags: Law, Discovery, ESI, Legal Operations, Mike Quartararo, Federal Rules of Evidence


Will Corporations Start Using eDiscovery Providers For Contract Review? Live Conversation With Cognicion CEO Chris McDaniel

This shift would benefit an industry with a reputation for ever-thinning margins.
Tags: Technology, Law, Uncategorized, Ediscovery, Chris McDaniel, ReplyAll, Zach Abramowitz, Legal Operations, Cognicion


Is It Time To Upgrade Your Engagement Letters?

Wouldn’t legal services as a whole and the client relationship in particular benefit from more expansive, specific, individualized engagement letters?
Tags: Law, Advice, Legal Operations, Mike Quartararo, Engagement Letters


You Want Innovation In Legal? Legal Ops Needs To Drive The Conversation

It seems like everywhere you turn today, people are asking who is going to lead innovation.
Tags: Law, Innovation, Legal Operations, Michele DeStefano, Mike Quartararo