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QDiscovery: Litigation Hold Best Practices and Other Tips from IndyBar CLE
Posted on: Apr 24, 2017

If you missed the program "E-Discovery 101: A How-To Guide on Legal Holds, the 26(f) Conference and Production," take a look at this recap written by Helen Geib, General Counsel at QDiscovery.

ESI Bytes: Nine Things Every Attorney Should Know to Be Competent in eDiscovery
Posted on: Apr 12, 2017

We get it. Keeping up with technology in the digital age can be downright daunting. Even for those of us who are comfortable navigating our laptops, cellphones, and tablets, it can be difficult to stay abreast of the myriad of tech and e-discovery issues we encounter in our daily practices.

Three Trends Driving The Rise of Personal Cloud Technology
Posted on: Apr 6, 2017

Severin Marcombes is the founder and CEO of Lima, a personal cloud company, and these are three factors he thinks are influencing the current concerns over data privacy and security.

Is Indianapolis Becoming the Silicon Valley of the Midwest?
Posted on: Apr 4, 2017

When most people think of the hottest areas for the tech sector, Indianapolis probably doesn’t immediately come to mind. But in recent years, the metro area has landed thousands of new tech jobs and its digital service sector is among the fastest-growing in the nation, nearly doubling in size since 2010.

Confusion Over Internet Basics Leads to Ruling All Attorneys Dread
Posted on: Mar 29, 2017

A recent decision in the case Harleysville Insurance Company v. Holding Funeral Home is far more worrisome — because it deals with a fundamental misunderstanding of how a widely-used technology works, and once again, fairly or unfairly, casts the legal profession as the Johnny-come-lately to the modern world of…the internet.

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