Cloud technology isn’t just a thing of the future, it’s a tool for the present. With pressure building for in-house corporate legal teams to control costs and mitigate risk, cloud-based legal hold software can help.
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By bringing more ediscovery in-house, legal teams can save costs while still maintaining control over their matters.
Don’t wait any longer to assess your options for in-house ediscovery software, follow these steps to find which option is best for you.
As COVID-19 continues to spread, so too do legal complaints—from challenges to gathering in groups, to event cancellations, to businesses suing their insurers for coverage of lost income. The coronavirus has exposed many of the flaws and weaknesses in the local and federal governments, in supply chains, and in business relationships, which have been punctuated […]
From computer automation taking on administrative tasks such as filing and invoicing to advances in artificial intelligence that streamline client intake and provide information on legal options, technology continues to transform the legal field. Zapproved compiled a history of 15 ways that technology has transformed the legal field using information from legal news, scientific journals, […]
In-house document processing and review helps corporate legal teams easily reduce legal spend. Here’s a common-sense approach to moving review in-house.
Mitigating risk is important to legal professionals regardless of their role or area of expertise. Many investigations involve sensitive data and serious allegations, all of which have the potential for additional complications if the information falls into the wrong hands.
Too often managing data security is overlooked by corporate legal teams. Corporate legal teams and IT can partner together to better manage data security.
We define preservation, covering what, why, and when parties must preserve ESI for discovery — and the sanctions for spoliation if they don’t.