Prompted by the anniversary of Zubulake v UBS Warburg – the case that forced the legal world to take eDiscovery seriously and arguably created a new industry – we recently wrote a post outlining The 7 Biggest eDiscovery Events of the Decade for our friends at Clio. It got us thinking about how much … Read More ›
Like all professionals in 2014, every modern litigator uses technology to get their job done. As with all industries, technology is the wonder drug delivering efficiency to a lawyer’s practice and duty of competent representation.
The fly in the ointment, however, is the issue of confidentiality regarding client data that has litigators rightly concerned … Read More ›
We’ve talked in the past about why legal services providers are primed for a newspaper-like contraction. Both newspapers and law firms deliver a text-based product, delivered by geographically-focused entities that largely rely on their reputation and institutional rules to protect their business models.
And both never believed that Internet-based technologies would impact their … Read More ›
Healthcare.gov is at the core a legal technology. It’s a technology designed to facilitate a legal process – the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. It is very analogous to the way eDiscovery technology facilitates the requirements of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
What’s amazing about Healthcare.gov is that this “website” is the … Read More ›