Law Tech Europe Congress – Perspectives from Across the Pond

The LawTech Europe Congress in Brussels offers a forum for a deep dive into eDisclosure/Discovery, digital forensics and cyber security from a European perspective, on an annual basis. The Congress is well-organized and well-rounded, and brings together a swath of eDiscovery specialists, vendors, general counsel, associates and experts from much of the UK, Ireland and … Continue reading Law Tech Europe Congress – Perspectives from Across the Pond

3 Management Impacts of Corporate Legal Departments Taking More Control

According to a recent survey by BTI Consulting Group, general counsel have moved $4 billion in legal spending back in-house citing dissatisfaction with the services they receive from their outside attorneys. In conducting their survey, BTI interviewed 330 chief legal officers and general counsel at Fortune 1000 companies and global companies with an annual revenue … Continue reading 3 Management Impacts of Corporate Legal Departments Taking More Control

Why eDiscovery Training and Education Must be a New Year’s Resolution

Throughout 2015, I read numerous legal industry articles covering many critical issues. One of the many statistics that stood out in my mind, and was mentioned in a recent Legaltech News article, was that 95% of discovery is now eDiscovery and 80% of legal spend is attributable to discovery, whether electronic or not.