As we usually do at year’s end, we take a look at our most popular articles for the year and compile a “best of” list.
Here are our greatest hits of 2021:
A comparison of Microsoft Core eDiscovery and Advanced eDiscovery with an explanation of licenses needed to access Microsoft eDiscovery tools.
Using ALSPs saves money not only because of lower rates, but efficiencies gained from specialization, technology, and project management.
Legal workflow automation is a good way for legal teams to get started with legal tech. Here are some ideas about how and where to start.
The best first step to take before implementing legal tech or innovating the way legal work is done is to map the process. This article has some great suggestions to get you started.
Rounding out the 2021 list of most-read articles are a couple of oldies but goodies from years past:
Companies responding to federal subpoenas are responsible for costs unless “significant” and cannot charge for data requests under privacy laws.
For those unfamiliar with e-discovery and ESI, negotiating an ESI protocol may seem daunting. Here are some items to consider including.
We look forward to bringing you even more great articles in the year 2022!