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Lawyers Of The Day: Additional Allegations Of Attorney (And Judicial) Misconduct
Which of these three disgraced lawyers should be our Lawyer of the Day?
Abortion, Attorney Misconduct, Dahlia Lithwick, Sex, Social Media, Twittering
Truth Is Not A Defense On Twitter(Or, why Phill Kline is a total tool.)
Lean Legal: Three Techniques for the Agile Lawyer
A growing number of attorneys are turning to a set of project management and process improvement techniques commonly known as “Agile.”
John E. Grant
Recent Survey Reveals Attorneys Biggest Obstacle in Locating Responsive Information
Quickly locating responsive information is the single best way to reduce legal/e-discovery costs. A recent survey of nearly 150 in-house legal/IT professionals identified “locating responsive information” as the No. 1 e-discovery challenge.
Mike Hamilton, J.D.
Is the Wickedly Long Train of E-Discovery Finally Breaking Up?
What is the long train of e-discovery? It is powered by the relentless engines of technological advancement, surging societal and economic complexity, and the concepts of civil justice due process.
The e-discovery space seems surreal. It is a huge business for everyone but the consumers of legal services—namely, companies. For them it is just a massive, costly pain.
Associate Bonus Watch: A July Bonus Memo?
Isn’t it a bit early to be talking about 2015 bonuses?
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