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ABA Issues Major Ruling on Ethics of Email and Electronic Communications
Posted on: May 23, 2017

The American Bar Association’s Standing Committee on Ethics and Professional Responsibility has issued a major new opinion providing guidance on the steps lawyers should take to protect client confidentiality in electronic communications.

Building a better law firm takes tech collaborators
Posted on: May 17, 2017

It used to be that a firm faced with a large quantity of documents to review could hire the necessary contract lawyers and accomplish the job. Eventually, clients pushed back against the expense, and the e-discovery vendor world was born.

7th Circuit panel discusses cybersecurity risks to law firms, clients
Posted on: May 10, 2017

There are two types of professional organizations today – those who have been hacked and those who have been hacked but don’t know it yet.

Recommended eDiscovery Resources
Posted on: May 4, 2017

New lawyers and senior lawyers new to eDiscovery alike can find eDiscovery difficult, even overwhelming because of its technological focus and rapid pace of change. Fortunately there are many good, low-to-no cost resources available for navigating the legal and technical landscape of this challenging practice area.

Prepare Now for Upcoming Amended Rule 902
Posted on: Apr 27, 2017

Forthcoming amendments to the Federal Rules of Evidence directly address the admissibility of electronic evidence through the addition of two new subsections to Rule 902.

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