Simply put, the brain is not built to retain information that’s structured as bullet points on a slide. It’s well-known among neuroscientists that we recall things much better when we see pictures of the object or topic than when we read text on a slide.
There’s nothing more infuriating than someone taking credit for your work. We’ve all had this happen at one point or another: you share an idea with a colleague and then hear him repeat it in a meeting; you stay late to finish a presentation yet your team member accepts all the praise; you lead a long overdue project to completion and your boss tells the higher-ups it was his doing.
This expert presentation will cover the best practices for counsel to adopt in working to identify and forensically preserve and collect data in a sound, defensible manner. The presentation also will educate legal professionals as to the essential categories of evidence that can be recovered from smartphones and how these categories can be leveraged in not only a defensive manner but also an offensive manner in civil litigation.
Private equity firms have flocked to investment e-discovery companies over the past few years, attracted by the e-discovery market’s strong demand and potential for growth.
Summer 2018 eDiscovery Confidence: Survey respondents appear to have a slightly less optimistic view of the business climate this quarter than they did last quarter.
In the Summer of 2018, 22.7% of respondents viewed budgetary constraints as potentially having the greatest business impact on their business in the next six months. This percentage is the highest of all concerns represented in the survey. Increasing types of data are also of great concern, with 21.2% of survey respondents noting it as their greatest business concern.
The Summer 2018 eDiscovery Business Confidence Survey is a non-scientific survey designed to provide insight into the business confidence level of individuals working in the eDiscovery ecosystem.
The most promising approach to ediscovery of cryptocurrency transactions, for now, is through traditional digital forensics: imaging a hard drive and accessing the user’s wallet files and transaction history directly. Alternatively, some ediscovery professionals have subpoenaed users’ master keys.
When a startup has established product-market fit, the differentiator is clear. This feature set distinguishes the company. It is the reason customers prefer the product to alternatives.
New York Law School (NYLS) will launch a Business of Law Institute this fall. The Institute will create a pipeline of new lawyers to join the growing legal tech sector and will align NYLS’s related educational offerings with the evolving needs of 21st-century businesses, law firms, government agencies, and organizations committed to bridging the access-to-justice gap.