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William A. Ruskin: E-Discovery Examined In Depth

By William A. Ruskin On July 16-17, 2012, Executive Counsel Institute conducted a cutting edge meeting in New York titled, "E-Discovery for the Corporate Market." The theme of the two day meeting was "Controlling Your E-Discovery Destiny." The Colloquium Moderators, Brown E. Marean...

Every Cloud Has a Lining. Whether It's Silver or Not Depends on You

OK, we realize that our headline sounds like something we pulled from a fortune cookie, but that doesn't change the fact that when it comes to technology we are dealing with a couple of irritating realities. One is that technological innovation means we have to buy something new and feel stupid...

When Law Firm Revenue Morphs into an Expense It's Not Pretty

It's a wonder of nature. After spending week after week eating every green leafy vegetable in sight, a caterpillar forms itself into a chrysalis. Through the miracle of metamorphosis it emerges as a butterfly, just as delicate as it is beautiful. And, if lucky enough to stay away from your windshield...

The Litigation Data Avalanche: Time To Move To The Cloud?

By Matthew Gillis and Steven Berrent For those of us who are trying to look down the road and see where the litigation technology industry is headed, it might be instructive to take a look back in time to an unlikely example: the law firm mailroom. Virtually every law firm started out...

Exporting Data to a Cloud Could Mean Importing Trouble

The concept of exporting might conjure up images of large shipping crates hoisted aboard ships or wheeled through the cargo bay doors of humongous transoceanic aircraft. What likely doesn’t come to mind is that invisible place where you back up your computer. But if you are saving data on a cloud...