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5 Things You Need to Know About the Managed Review ProcessDespite variation in managed review projects, these 5 guidelines will help you strategically plan a defensible workflow for your next managed review process.
What will the future bring for the legal industry?
What’s the future of the legal industry look like?
What You Need to Know About Identifying, Collecting, and Preserving ESIHow do you mitigate the risk of sanctions and harsh penalties as an attorney or a corporation? The best way is to address the two most important parts of the discovery process — the identification and preservation of ESI. In order to do this, it is important to know the why, when, who, where, what and how of identifying, collecting, and preserving ESI.
Legal Jobs Report: November 2015
An employment summary based on the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ (BLS) November 2015 monthly jobs report. The overall U.S.
Trends in eDiscovery: Information Management
With each passing week, the amount, location, and complexity of data grows exponentially. Employees carry your company’s proprietary information all over the globe by way of laptops, flash drives, tablets and mobile devices.
Special Counsel Miami Named “Best Of” Winner
Special Counsel is the largest full-service provider of legal staffing and eDiscovery services in the United States. We help law firms, corporations and professionals win what really matters–cases, clients and career opportunities.
International Fraud Awareness Week
With International Fraud Awareness Week (IFAW) in full swing, legal professionals are reminded that fraud-related issues are relevant, timely and worthy of their increased attention.
The Proliferation of Foreign Language Reviews
A remarkable and increasingly prevalent trend is taking shape in the world of electronic discovery.
Q&A with Littler eDiscovery Counsel Aaron Crews
Simone Brown, Area Vice President for Special Counsel’s Pacific Northwest offices, recently sat down with Aaron Crews, eDiscovery Counsel for Littler. Why did you leave your litigation practice and move to eDiscovery?