How eDiscovery Has (and Will Continue to) Change the Legal World Sometimes it seems strange to realize that eDiscovery, as …
Legal apps can help on the front of connecting clients and attorneys in the beginning stages, especially for a specialized attorney.
Companies that provide eDiscovery services oftentimes have other services as well, making it more efficient to be able to use one company for all legal services.
Complex case litigation management is a necessary service, especially if your law firm handles cases like that on a regular basis.
Document review and ediscovery have come to work together in this technological world, in which we are sometimes pressed to comb through tons of documents in a short amount of time.
Legal technology provides benefits to law firms, including enhanced data security, document storage to the cloud, and saving money in the long term.
Credentials are required in order to participate in the court reporting industry, alongside continuing education to keep those credentials current.
During depositions, the visual element has become imperative so that you can explain your perspective and allow the jury to view more than just pages of words. This is where legal video becomes a great asset to your case.
There are records for everything. Tallest man. Shortest woman. Longest fingernails. Longest human tunnel through which a bulldog named Otto can ride a skateboard. Now, as illustrated at the recent convention for the National Court Reporters Association, there is a record for fastest court reporter. Guinness World Records awarded that distinction to Mark Kislingbury, who types at an astonishing 360 words per minute.
Here are a few tips that might help the next time you’re faced with an international deposition. Tips from a global scheduler!