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Download this case study to learn how the world’s leading customer engagement platform has jettisoned a time- and resource-intensive discovery process dependent on outside counsel and off-the-shelf tools for a streamlined approach that yields six-figure annual savings.
Situations in which one client's word is placed against another can quickly turn into hearsay allegations. Download this white paper to learn how to handle allegations of alcohol misuse in custody cases.
As a general rule, a company should pursue recovery of costs it incurs in responding to a third-party civil subpoena. But too often, corporations don’t know what to charge and just accept not getting paid.
This white paper discusses the importance of cloud optimization for the future of legal software, how it can benefit clients, and why it is critical to take advantage of cloud-based solutions sooner rather than later.
Business as usual is no longer the usual for legal professionals. This white paper take a deep dive into key ediscovery trends of 2021 and predicts what's in store for 2022. The 2022 ediscovery Report: Trends, Predictions, Best Practices
3.5 billion people participate in social media globally — and new platforms crop up nearly every year. This digital trail offers a wealth of information and potential evidence for the savvy legal professional who knows where — and how — to start digging.
You wouldn’t think twice about asking your technology vendors to provide in-depth explanations for their most costly processes. Learn the essential keys to finding tech-savvy counsel for an efficient, cost-effective discovery.
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