While the full breadth of COVID-related corporation litigation won’t be known for years, here’s a roundup of some early types of cases that have already been filed.
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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.
We get that recommended “best practices” can sound great in theory, but corporate legal teams are busy, and carving out time to implement these frameworks can feel out of reach. That’s why we try to focus on key processes and plans that are truly additive – things that will streamline your work to help you save time, reduce costs, or reduce risk.
At Zapproved, we’ve been talking a lot lately about how to be most useful to our customers and our wider ediscovery community. In recent weeks, we’ve started to explore Covid-19’s potential impact on things like internal investigations, running ediscovery on a home network, remotely managing legal holds, and more.
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We all keep hearing about the coming wave of Covid-19 litigation, so what can corporate legal teams do to prepare? For one thing, teams will need to lay a response foundation that will last for the next several years. We believe technology and tools are a key component of that foundation.
KPIs are here to stay Until fairly recently, most corporate legal teams were exempt from providing quantifiable measurements back to the business. Typically called key performance indicators (KPIs) or metrics, these measurements can be used to demonstrate the legal...
In the rush to close one case and jump to other open matters, it can be easy to overlook a few final steps. But hold on! When a matter concludes, whether it’s after trial or considerably earlier, it’s the perfect time to corral any wayward data and clean up now-obsolete information, document your work product, and evaluate opportunities to streamline your litigation response the next time around.
Internal investigations topics may be changing, but the process to defensibly manage investigations remains the same.
Is your ediscovery secure? How do you know? Finding out doesn’t have to be overwhelming, even if you’re suddenly remote. Check out our latest blog post for tips on conducting a data security audit.