Welcome to our March Issue. While over the years we have focused our articles on discovery issues, more recently we have begun to include use of e-technology in the legal arena. So make sure to check out our coming issues, and let us know what you would like to read about.
For your deposition needs, remember to keep Atkinson-Baker in mind when scheduling reporters, videographers, interpreters, rooms, and web conferencing services.
Have a productive month of March!
Eleven eDiscovery Predictions for 2020
By Mary Rechtoris
This January we welcomed a new decade. A new decade feels like the ultimate fresh start—new year, new me.
Before you give up on your resolutions, it may be helpful to reflect on the past decade. In the discovery space, there have been no shortage of monumental moments that have shaped the last 10 years, from the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to new SaaS solutions.
I love to hear how other attorneys are using an iPhone or iPad in their law practice, so I always appreciate it when one of you is willing to share what you are using with the rest of the readers of iPhone J.D. Today I am sharing a submission from Russell Knight, a family law and divorce lawyer with offices in Chicago, Illinois and Naples, Florida. Russell considers his iPhone an essential part of his law practice. Here is what Russell told me about some of the ways that he uses his iPhone:
“Living and working in two cities would have been impossible years ago before the almost instantaneous communication that the internet allows. The portability of digitally communicating through a handheld phone has been the true ultimate key in essentially freeing me professionally from the restraints of any particular location.