Case management is essential, especially now that legal cases have become more complex. In an era where much more data is readily available, it is important, especially in litigation, to organize and categorize the endless
Service of due process is guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States. This is where a process server plays a role.
This is why eDiscovery specialists are so important; they protect their customers by making sure all relevant electronic information is present and accounted for. Don’t leave yourself or your firm open to unnecessary risk.
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.
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.
What’s the best way to get to your client? How can you be seen in the sea of other faces?
Today, a law firm must have some understanding of SEO and a presentable website in order to get ahead. To bring your law firm to the famous “First Page of Google,” there are a few steps you should take.
In a short answer, if your firm deals with clients in the European Union, then yes. The General Data Protection Regulation went into effect on May 25, 2018. Companies have been scrambling to make sure they are in compliance with these new requirements, and email inboxes have been flooded with updated Privacy Policies.