We are a wee bit late this weekend with our Jonathan Maas “BONG!” report. As regular readers know Jonathan has a keen eye for spotting excellent articles, posts and sources of information on Twitter in the areas of forensic technology and discovery, most with a UK and/or European focus to them. He shares these finds (an informal, occasional and personal selection) with his select mailing list via daily blasts entitled “BONG!” which, for those outside the UK, is a reference to the main evening TV…
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This week’s “Top 10 … plus more”, a snapshot of this past week’s interesting blog posts, industry news and views on electronic discovery related issues, developments, and announcements … all to help you understand and stay on top of e-discovery. Provided by Applied Discovery.
This Week in E-Discovery News
- Affordable, Quality E-Discovery is Not Attainable Without Teamwork and Cooperation go to source
- Calls for New Model of Law Firm-Client Relations at Georgetown Conference go to source
- Drowning in
Self-Managed Discovery Solutions: How Corporate Law Departments Are Reducing Costs And Increasing Control Of Data
In-house legal departments are more pressed than ever to control legal costs, while at the same time they are being charged with assuming greater risk management responsibilities that come with increased government regulations and compliance workloads.
In June 2009, a LexisNexis CounselLink study conducted by Corporate Counsel was published by Incisive Media, which found that 68 percent of in-house legal professionals feel pressure to reduce the law department budget, and nearly 59 percent of them already have experienced actual reductions in…