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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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Why Would Trial Lawyers Want to Work Offline?

Why Would Trial Lawyers Want to Work Offline? 150 150 Jason Krause

It’s getting hard to remember a time when everyone didn’t have Internet access available at all times. Or when every restaurant, airplane, and office park didn’t offer WiFi access. (How did people settle bar bets before Google was perpetually available?) Technology is so widespread and so reliable that it’s easy to take it all for…

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iPads and Macs for Power Litigators

iPads and Macs for Power Litigators 150 150 Jason Krause

The iPad is now the primary computer for many people, and is rapidly growing up as a business tool. According to the new 2012 ABA Legal Technology Survey, over 28 percent of all litigators now use a tablet device in the courtroom, mostly for checking email, although roughly 10 percent use it for presentation and…

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Litigation Tips: Advanced Courtroom Presentation with Nextpoint

Litigation Tips: Advanced Courtroom Presentation with Nextpoint 150 150 Nextpoint

We’ve spent years watching paralegals and associates fetch and annotate large lists of documents for the witness to review. We created Theater, a function within Nextpoint to address the more time-consuming and tedious tasks that bedevil our creative services team and the lawyers they support. Theater contains the basic functionality to create and annotate document call-outs…

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Nextpoint DIY: How to Think Like an Evidence Tech

Nextpoint DIY: How to Think Like an Evidence Tech 150 150 jlawn

Here in the Nextpoint Evidence Room we analyze, interpret, intake and process litigation databases of all sizes, shapes and levels of complexity. This evidence originates from various trial prep platforms and a number of litigation technology vendors who construct their databases with varying methods, formats, and levels of consistency.  To paraphrase Forrest Gump, “a database is…

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Trial Support Goes Mobile

Trial Support Goes Mobile 150 150 Jason Krause

Having been involved in trial support for more than a decade, we know that chaos and last-minute revisions are often part of litigation. We’ve also seen a lot of complicated and convoluted solutions for managing trial evidence on site come and go over the years. That’s why we think litigators everywhere should love Trial Cloud…

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