Recently, I’ve been asking law firms to defend their decision to continue storing client and firm data on premise. The most common defense I hear from firms is that it’s risky to put it in the cloud, where it is “potentially at risk of being hacked.”
Essentially, the pervasive belief is that there’s no one actively attempting … Read More ›
Anthem Data Breach
In February, Anthem Blue Cross revealed it had been the victim of a cyberattack. The attackers breached a database that contained over 80 million records of past and current customers, and Anthem employees.
Anthem is the largest for-profit health care insurer in the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, formerly known … Read More ›
It’s a new age for lawyers. Simply providing great legal counsel isn’t enough any more (some would argue it never really was). Legal technology, including e-discovery technology and evidence management software, can provide a competitive advantage in a highly competitive marketplace.
We’ve compiled 7 traits of lawyers and law firms that successfully use legal … Read More ›
“What is a native file?” It’s one question we hear time and again from many clients, or “Do I really need natives?”
Most litigators have heard that native files are important in modern litigation. However, many eDiscovery reviewers never even see or use a native file in their work.
The short answer is that a native file … Read More ›