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6 Ways Litigation Support Makes Attorneys Better

6 Ways Litigation Support Makes Attorneys Better 1000 667 Rakesh Madhava

Litigation support delivers a real boost to your firm’s productivity enabling attorneys to focus on delivering great legal work. When lawyers have access to great technology support, it helps win new clients, deliver strategic advantages in litigation, and ultimately can add to a firm’s bottom line. For smaller firms, litigation support is a force multiplier,…

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Making Modern Litigation & Dispute Resolution Technology Work for You

Making Modern Litigation & Dispute Resolution Technology Work for You 150 150 Jason Krause

Yesterday, Nextpoint vice president of Client Success Tricia Boguslawski presented the third in a series of webinars on litigation technology best practices. If you missed “Preparing for Your Hearing, Settlement, or Trial,” you can listen to the recording here. Following our first two webinars in the series on identifying and culling data down to a…

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Welcome Back to Nextpoint.com, Your Litigation Technology Home

Welcome Back to Nextpoint.com, Your Litigation Technology Home 150 150 Jason Krause

If you’re an experienced Nextpoint user, our site and our service will look superficially different. But as you know, there is still just one name you need to know for complete litigation support service. Nextpoint features are always organized to fit the way you work. Everything you need to manage any matter is there: Data collections Advanced…

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The Legal Challenge of Our Time: Technology That Gets the Internet

The Legal Challenge of Our Time: Technology That Gets the Internet 1000 667 Rakesh Madhava

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 central…

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Nextpoint's 2012 Litigation Technology Year in Review

Nextpoint's 2012 Litigation Technology Year in Review 150 150 Jason Krause

2012 was a year of radical change for the legal technology industry. Law firms remained under intense pricing pressure, forcing lawyers to consider new business and billing models. Meanwhile, technology continues to advance, offering the industry new platforms and tools that can save the profession from the ongoing challenges and pressures it faces. Through it all, Nextpoint…

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Small Firm eDiscovery – Beat the Data Dump

Small Firm eDiscovery – Beat the Data Dump 150 150 Jason Krause

The document dump is still a common practice in Small Firm eDiscovery. At its most basic, it is the practice of sending opposing counsel as many files for review as possible close to the start of a trial. But today, the data dump can actually provide an advantage to the receiving party. Unlike the paper…

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Are Law Firms in Denial About Apple and Mobile Computing?

Are Law Firms in Denial About Apple and Mobile Computing? 150 150 Rakesh Madhava

As the “The Collapse of the Microsoft-Intel Monopoly” continues to accelerate, the response from the both the broader legal technology profession as well as the eDiscovery chattering classes has been what I can only describe as a collective yawn. But that’s not completely surprising – after all, the the legal profession is characterized by it’s…

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Meet Nextpoint at the ABA Techshow

Meet Nextpoint at the ABA Techshow 150 150 Jason Krause

This week is the opening of the 2012 American Bar Association TECHSHOW, the premier legal technology event for small and medium-sized law firms. If you’re attending the event, stop by to meet with Nextpoint. We’re not promising any crazy tchotchkes, but we guarantee anyone interested in social media archiving, trial presentation software, trial support services,…

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