The Discovery Update E-Letter

The Discovery Update

How to Conduct Videoconferences Ethically and Securely

By Nicole Black Like most lawyers, you’ve probably been working remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and more likely than…

No Excuses: Remote Depositions Required in the Age of COVID-19

By Tamara Fraizer and Steven Auvil Today’s litigators are advocates and strategists, excelling in the application of rules, the art of…

Protect Your Meetings from Zoom Bombers

By Craig Ball Distanced by Coronavirus, lawyers and teachers are flocking to the teleconferencing platform Zoom to meet and share…

Eight Tips for Court Appearances via Videoconference

By Nicole Black Over the past month, videoconferencing has become the new normal. After all, there hasn’t been much choice…

Teleconferencing Tips

By Craig Ball “Is Bob on the call? Will someone PLEASE e-mail Bob? “Everyone, everyone, PLEASE mute your #$%^&…

Lawyer iPhone Story

By Russell Knight and Jeff Richardson I love to hear how other attorneys are using an iPhone or iPad in…

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,…

The Legal Research Tools Lawyers are Using in 2020 and Beyond

By Nicole Black There’s a lot of great technology out there for lawyers. No doubt you already use some of…

Judges and Experts Project Next Decade of Discovery

By Casey Sullivan Think back to the dawn of the 2010s when you were young and your whole…

Reducing Discovery Burdens: Technology Alone is Not Enough

By Casey Sullivan Three decades ago, the discovery process was fairly straightforward. An attorney conducting document discove

Mobile Lawyer Trends in 2020

By Nicole Black We’re nearly two decades into the 21st century, and during those 20 years technology has changed at…

Data Security – Your Client’s and Yours

By Hayk Saakian Lawyers like you have access to sensitive information. You are also privy to confidential data that was…

One More Reason Lawyers Should Avoid Email

By Nicole Black Most lawyers rely heavily on email, which isn’t surprising. After all, lawyers are used to email and…

Preserving Android Evidence

By Craig Ball When computer forensics was in its infancy, examiners collected evidence from disks by copying their contents byte-for-byte…

Data Validation in eDiscovery

By Michael Schidlow Business deals are made and

How to Leverage Technology to Further Protect Attorney-Client Privilege

By One Legal Technology has seen remarkable advances in recent years. In a short time, we have gone from dictation,…

Three Ways Legal Software can Improve Law Firm Oversight

By Nicole Black Running a busy law firm can be challenging, to say the least. There are lots of moving…

When Your Case Takes You to Facebook: Social Media Evidence and Civil Discovery

By Christopher Coble Social media is changing the way lawyers work. There are judges on Twitter, law firms advertising on…

Who Says You Can’t Bates Number Native Productions?

By Craig Ball A writer’s hubris is the conviction that when you’ve covered a topic, you’ve had your say.  But…

12 Ways to Improve Your Discovery Cost Recovery Process

By Casey Sullivan If you’re passing