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Successful Litigation Boutique Uses eDiscovery Technology to Deliver More Value for Clients

Successful Litigation Boutique Uses eDiscovery Technology to Deliver More Value for Clients 1000 563 Annie Johnson

Palmersheim & Mathew LLP was founded in 2018 by award-winning attorneys with proven expertise in handling complex business disputes. I recently sat down to speak with founding partner, Anand Mathew in their Chicago office.  We discussed what it means to practice in the boutique environment, the high-touch client service that the firm prides itself on,…

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Ediscovery Software Pricing - No Data Charges

Ediscovery Software Pricing: The End of Data Charges

Ediscovery Software Pricing: The End of Data Charges 1000 558 Rakesh Madhava

Our drive for simpler, transparent invoicing wound up inspiring us to eliminate data charges in ediscovery software. Let’ just say, our clients were stoked. Data-volume has long been the default measuring stick for ediscovery software pricing. The gigabyte (GB) of electronically stored information is data’s defining unit of measure. And, selling software to end-users “by…

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Value vs. Savings in Legal Cloud Computing

Value vs. Savings in Legal Cloud Computing 150 150 Jason Krause

Nextpoint is not a private jet kind of company. That didn’t stop a boutique private jet firm from trying to pitch us on the value of buying time on one, promising to cut, “hourly rates, outrageous fuel surcharges, expiring prepaid hours and annoying peak day restrictions.”                  …

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Sharing eDiscovery Cost

Sharing eDiscovery Cost 150 150 Jason Krause

Cost is still the most challenging problem in eDiscovery. The volume and complexity of discoverable evidence in litigation is such that law firms are struggling to manage it in-house. As we’ve discussed before, the battle to control litigation support IT costs is being fought on two fronts – one, the overall firm technology infrastructure, and…

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Why eDiscovery Costs Too Much

Why eDiscovery Costs Too Much 150 150 Jason Krause

Let’s face it — the reason why eDiscovery is still such a pernicious topic in the legal profession are the eDiscovery costs. Most of the other details about managing ESI in litigation are well understood. We know, for example, that almost all electronic data and metadata is discoverable. And thanks to the updated Federal Rules…

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