In this cover story for Litigation Management magazine, Samantha Green of DTI outlines the top ten things insurance and claims professionals need to know about eDiscovery. From the article: “Insurance-covered cases add a layer of complexity to any litigation, but once you throw in eDiscovery risks and expenses, you could potentially have a debacle on […]
In an article originally produced for the ASU-Arkfeld eDiscovery and Digital Evidence Conference, Alisa McLellan and Brett Beeman of DTI address the ramifications of New York State’s Commercial Division having adopted Rule 11-b that advocates for a categorical approach to privilege logging. Documents that fall within a privilege category may be logged together as opposed to the current method […]
In this Law Journal Legal Tech Newsletter article, Ali Waheed discusses the fact that the cost of litigation continues to rise and with it the need to identify efficient solutions while maintaining transparency and defensibility. Document review, specifically, has long burdened litigation budgets; however, recent trends in the acceptance of technology integration and more advanced managed review workflows is taking root in the legal landscape. […]
In this article in Law Technology Today, Michelle Rosen of DTI discusses the changes happening in law firm operations. Within law firms, administrative functions have undergone a dramatic evolution. While the need for traditional word processing has been minimized, it hasn’t disappeared. Instead, it has changed into a position that requires highly skilled, specialized staff. As the […]
In these times of economic uncertainty, never has there been a more critical moment for law firms to view superior client service as a necessity rather than an amenity. No business is immune from the impacts of a down economy, so today’s firms have had to make adjustments to deal with the effects both from […]
What was once common practice and accepted as the ordinary way for law firms to run their businesses has since become an exercise in reducing all possible fixed costs. Although this phenomenon has accelerated greatly for law firms in recent years, it has been the norm in the corporate world for the past few decades. Just as with CEOs of large corporations, law firms now also recognize their fiduciary responsibility to manage their budgets as tightly as possible.
Article 6 of 6 ~ InsideCounsel Magazine, Authored by Peter Garza, managing director of Forensic West, Legal Services at DTI. In a previous article in this series, I explored when to call a computer forensics expert and the various roles we may take in your case. Since I left U.S. government employment in 1999, I have worked as a computer forensics consultant in civil litigation, both working with and being opposed by practitioners who have entered this field from various disciplines.