Find out where LexisNexis is making an impact within the litigation and e-discovery industry. Take a moment to explore and read any of our published articles below.
"The Myths of Legal Hold Notification", Law Journal Newsletters an ALM Publication, December 2013. Organizations face serious repercussions in the form of both costly sanctions and adverse inferences for inadequate or failed legal hold procedures, find out myths to ensure your decisions are time and cost effective.
"Top Five Steps to Prepare for the Ediscovery-Related Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure", TechnoLawyer LitigationWorld, June 24, 2013. Prepare for the amendments, which will likely take effect in 2015.
"Controlling E-Discovery Costs in a Big Data World", Peer to Peer the quarterly magazine of ILTA, March 2013. The task of managing large mountains of data has always been a defining characteristic of our industry. Now that we’ve had to layer on the explosion of digital and social media content, we’ve got a whole new set of challenges in front of us. The attorneys we support are looking to us for new approaches to help them make sense of all this data. And then find out how 4 steps can you manage.
"Bringing E-Discovery Processing Back In-house", Executive Counsel, August/September 2012. How do you know if bringing e-discovery in-house is the right move for your company or organization?
"Have Data Center, Will Travel", CFO.com, November 4, 2013. Companies are steering away from fixed-structure data centers in large buildings to modular data centers that are easier to deploy and more cost effective. Find out how LexisNexis is delivering better services to its customers without any added cost.
"Is this what future data centers will look like?", Network World, June 6 2013. New breed of modular data centers are built quickly with flexibility in mind.
"How it's made: The modular data center", TechTarget, June 6 2013. Modular data centers have been around for years, and although only a small percentage of companies use them, demand is on the rise as companies seek quick access to data center space.
"The Litigation Data Avalanche: Time to Move To the Cloud?", Law Journal Newsletters an ALM Publication, October 2012. Read about the Key Drivers, expectations and cloud options for law firms.