The Discovery Update – February 2019

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The Discovery Update – February 2019

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Hello,

This month we present articles on some projected legal trends for the coming year regarding e-discovery and use of the technology.

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Best wishes for a productive month!
Sheila Atkinson-Baker

Is the Future of E-Discovery Really in the Cloud?

By Keely McKee

“Cloud-based hosting for many still seems like a black box, and it is the unknown that makes customers hesitate,” said Josh Hass, eDiscovery and Structured Data Solution Leader at CRA, on The Relativity Blog last spring. Often, teams simply don’t know just how much security this solution offers.

The cloud has been rising in the ranks of tech trends and buzz for over a decade, yet some technology laggards are holding off on implementing a cloud strategy. While an unknowingness is making some hesitant, most won’t argue that the cloud isn’t inevitable for businesses. What they don’t realize is how fast the cloud has become the standard and why it’s important to prepare a cloud strategy now.

Take a look at the numbers to see how corporations and law firms are embracing the cloud.

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5 Steps to Mapping Out an Efficient E-Discovery Review Plan

By Helen Stocklin-Enright

Collaboration is more important than ever to achieve cost-effective, efficient discovery. The e-discovery industry offers impressive technologies, skilled technologists, and a plethora of knowledge on how to conduct e-discovery well. Without collaboration threading the pieces together, e-discovery costs can spike and potential issues abound.

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IS THE FUTURE OF E-DISCOVERY REALLY IN THE CLOUD?

5 STEPS TO MAPPING OUT AN EFFICIENT E-DISCOVERY REVIEW PLAN

WHY LEGAL HAS NOTHING TO FEAR FROM TECHNOLOGY

LEGAL PRACTICE AREAS THAT DIDNT EXIST 20 YEARS AGO

LAWYERS AND SOCIAL MEDIA IN 2019

JUDGE PENALIZES LAWYERS FOR NOT USING AI

WHAT YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED

Why I Love Predictive Coding: Making Document Review Fun Again

Time to Change Your eDiscovery Mindset

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Why Legal has Nothing to Fear from Technology
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Legal Practice Areas That Didn’t Exist 20 Years Ago
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Lawyers and Social Media in 2019
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Judge Penalizes Lawyers For Not Using AI
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