The Discovery Update E-Letter Articles

01Jan2011

Setting Up Review Workflows for Multi-Language Documents

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By Ron Tienzo, Director of Catalyst Consulting
The world is getting smaller. For large corporations, it is virtually certain that their operations span multiple countries. But it is no longer just large corporations that operate globally. These days even small and mid-sized businesses are likely to have international components.
01Jul2010

Thinking Outside the Box: Litigation Management Program Initiatives Can Substantially Lower Costs

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There is money to be saved by managing the litigation puzzle. Managing litigation is an easy way to save extra expense costs on claims files. A strong litigation management program designed to help foster improved communication and streamline defense of insureds benefits all parties involved. As I wrote about the cost savings benefits of out-of-the-box claims handling,
01Apr2009

Simple Technology in Litigation

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By Barbara Lynch, Staff Writer
Recently I came across a short piece spotlighting Chicago’s Bartlit, Beck, Herman, Palenchar & Scott (The American Lawyer’s 2008 Litigation Boutique of the Year) whose high-tech backbone drives their trial preparation and gives them the edge in their trial presentations. Philip Beck, one of the firm’s top litigators,
01Oct2007

Managing Complex Litigation

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Managing class actions, and other types of large, complex cases is a specialty with a handful of firms dominating the landscape. Milberg, Weiss appears in half the securities class action cases filed nationwide. Baron & Budd represents hundreds of thousands of asbestos plaintiffs. Defendants similarly turn to AmLaw 100 firms to plead their case.