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5 Common Reasons eDiscovery Budgets Break

5 Common Reasons eDiscovery Budgets Break 1000 667 Nextpoint

At Nextpoint we talk to thousands of attorneys with all types and sizes of cases. It’s fair to say every case is unique, attorneys’ clients are all difficult in their own way, and that traditional litigation technology fails legal teams for different reasons. That said, law firms tend to come to us when they are…

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Start Your Own Law Firm. We've Got Your Back.

Start Your Own Law Firm. We've Got Your Back. 150 150 Jason Krause

When Jason Molder left a large firm to start his own practice, his colleagues warned him that his plan to start his own boutique law firm was going to be rough. They told him, you’re not going to have the technology, infrastructure, and expensive software that a large law firm can support. A few years…

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The Next Generation of Big Law

The Next Generation of Big Law 150 150 Jason Krause

If you have been reading the news about the legal industry for the past few years, you’d think that being a lawyer is about the worst career move in the world. While we agree that there is reason for pessimism in many areas of law, it’s also an exciting time for lawyers. We’ve seen that…

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Courts Agree: eDiscovery Costs Make no Sense

Courts Agree: eDiscovery Costs Make no Sense 150 150 Jason Krause

Want to know why litigation is increasingly expensive and complicated? Take a look at eDiscovery costs. Thanks to a recent federal Appeals Court ruling, Vinter v. Gallo, we get a clear look under the hood to find out what parties are being charged for eDiscovery services in a fairly routine infringement suit. The original suit…

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Selecting Ediscovery Vendors

Tips for Selecting an eDiscovery Vendor

Tips for Selecting an eDiscovery Vendor 4000 2697 Jason Krause

Unfortunately, basic, avoidable mistakes are still upending a lot of cases before they can even get started. One of the most important decisions a firm can make at the outset of a case is hiring an eDiscovery vendor they can trust. This vendor is likely going to be involved in collecting and processing data, which…

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