How Remote Working Has Changed Digital Forensics Practices

2021-09-10T15:19:43-07:00September 23rd, 2021|Business Development, Digital, Discovery, eDiscovery, Forensics, Legal Technology, Remote Working|

When you think of digital forensics, do you envision the forensic examiner personally handling the device in question? If so, you’re among the majority of legal professionals! Digital forensics traditionally required the examiner to travel to a particular location, but recently, remote working trends have sparked changes in the world of digital forensics. In [...]

Digital Discovery: Changes to Expect in 2019

2021-08-27T06:37:35-07:00August 27th, 2021|Depositions, Discovery|

The legal industry is often traditional and resistant to change. However, as technology advances, the law must evolve to keep up, which brings legal professionals along for the ride. Depositions and eDiscovery have undergone a particularly rapid evolution. As your firm plans for the new year, consider the potential changes on the horizon. How will [...]

Litigation in Limbo: A Surprising Threat to eDiscovery

2021-08-17T07:39:02-07:00August 17th, 2021|Depositions, Discovery|

What happens when the information you need for your case simply disappears? This year, some attorneys will have to answer that question as Google removes all traces of Google+ from the internet. The deletion of the social media platform will have little impact on the average internet user. In fact, at the height of its [...]


2021-06-07T16:47:29-07:00August 5th, 2021|Digital, Discovery, Forensics, Legal Industry, Legal Technology, Professional Development|

Imagine that you’ve just woken up in the morning. As you check your phone, the dimmable smart bulbs in your bedroom gradually increase in brightness. You ask your Echo Dot for the day’s weather and traffic information. Your commute looks unusually light today, so you get out of bed and grab your Fitbit for a [...]

Reminders for Your Next Remote Deposition

2021-06-07T16:48:19-07:00July 20th, 2021|Depositions, Discovery, Legal Industry, Remote Working|

During the coronavirus pandemic, many legal professionals were introduced to remote depositions for the first time. In the months that followed, most quickly gained critical technical skills and began to display confidence in the new format. Whether you’re new to the scene or a remote deposition veteran, you can improve your performance with a refresher [...]

Strategies to Protect Trade Secrets in Arbitration

2021-06-07T16:49:32-07:00July 1st, 2021|Business Development, Depositions, Discovery|

Secrets may not make friends, but they certainly make for complicated litigation! Maintaining confidentiality of trade secrets during an arbitration process is a difficult task. In this article, we’ll share some tips and strategies to help you protect your clients while you advocate on their behalf.  The Top-Down Approach During corporate arbitration, the first step [...]


2021-06-09T15:17:39-07:00June 29th, 2021|Discovery, Legal Industry, Legal Technology, Professional Development|

When is cost-shifting justified? What qualifies as appropriate evidence when defending a proportionality claim? In 2020, the legal community witnessed several noteworthy eDiscovery decisions, each seeking to answer complex questions like these. In this article, we’re going to review some of these biggest eDiscovery cases of the year. Let’s get started!  Lawson v. Spirit AeroSystems¹ [...]


2021-06-09T15:57:40-07:00June 15th, 2021|Covid, Discovery, eDiscovery, Forensics, Legal Industry, Legal Technology, Remote Working|

Over the years, discovery practices have evolved — saving legal professionals precious time, money, and manpower. Furthermore, eDiscovery has become an unexpectedly crucial means of surviving the pandemic. While many states are reporting decreased case numbers, others still face an ongoing risk of exposure. In this article, we’re going to explore how remote eDiscovery can [...]


2021-06-07T16:49:46-07:00June 8th, 2021|Digital, Discovery, Forensics, Investigations, Legal Industry|

Following a major cyberattack or data breach, it’s not uncommon for the victim to order a forensic report. These reports are incredibly useful because they allow the commissioner of the report to analyze the causes and effects of the incident. In many cases, forensic reports are covered by the work product doctrine, however, recent court [...]


2021-06-09T15:22:44-07:00May 27th, 2021|Covid, Discovery, eDiscovery, Legal Industry, Legal Technology, Remote Working|

The coronavirus pandemic sent shockwaves throughout the legal system, forcing practitioners to adjust time-tested procedures for the new normal. Accommodating special circumstances during the pandemic required the courts to set forth some new rules regarding discovery obligations. In this article, we’ll review one of these court decisions and explore the impact it may have on [...]

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