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An increasing number of firms have recognized the benefits of project-based consulting in addition to completely outsourced solutions or a combination of both. “I know outsourcing provides an excellent platform for long-term improvement, but can my firm provide the up-front due diligence and buy-in required?” “Consulting will be less expensive than outsourcing, but will executing […]Learn More
In this article in Law Technology Today, Michelle Rosen of DTI discusses the changes happening in law firm operations.Learn More
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.Learn More
From FindLaw: DTI’s Tony Merlino looks at self-collection for eDiscovery. When data needs to be collected, many struggle as to whether they should hire an outside forensic consultant or whether their IT staff or outside counsel can handle the collection themselves.Learn More
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.Learn More
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.Learn More
Every time I am preparing for testimony at deposition or trial, I ask the attorney I am working for whether I should make it “easy” or “hard.” Even very experienced attorneys examining a technical witness often ask the wrong question.Learn More
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.Learn More
The role of the consulting expert often begins with the realization by a corporation that an employee who resigned, and is now working with a competing firm, may have taken sensitive company data.Learn More
When discovery in litigation involves the inspection of computer systems, setting out reasonable and effective protocols often involves a neutral expert in computer evidence.Learn More