Social Media Considerations and Challenges in eDiscovery Social Media is the New Email Today, social media is universally used by people, companies and even governments. Social media users of all ages can target
10 Practical Tips for Starting Out—or Restarting—as an LDO Whether you’ve just been hired as your organization’s first law department operations manager (LDO) or have been recruited into a more mature legal operations
What You Need to Get Ahead Using eDiscovery Analytics The challenge in eDiscovery has been to develop technology that reliably and accurately collects, processes, searches and presents information efficiently. With the latest wave
Making Your Way Through the Wilderness of e-Discovery By Sarah Thomas Pagels and Julia Helmer Congratulations! A senior partner just walked into your office and asked for your assistance on the firm’s newest
How to Maintain Effective and Secure Long-Term Vendor Relationships: Understanding the Risks (Part Two of Two)
How to Maintain Effective and Secure Long-Term Vendor Relationships: Understanding the Risks (Part Two of Two) For a vendor relationship to be long-lasting and effective, both sides should be able to identify when
How to Maintain Effective and Secure Long-Term Vendor Relationships: Understanding the Risks (Part One of Two)
How to Maintain Effective and Secure Long-Term Vendor Relationships: Understanding the Risks (Part One of Two) Once the critical process of vetting and selecting vendors is complete, the third-party oversight work begins. Change
FTSE 250 GCs: gearing up on data As GCs begin to quantify a legal team’s value to its business, The Lawyer’s roundtable finds that the use of data is key to the process
The Journey of Law Firm Security Assessments, From Genesis to Review Legal ops professionals from Disney and Walgreens captured the changing law firm cybersecurity paradigm and some of the bumps they encountered in
Börsen-Zeitung (June 8, 2018): Data Transfer Trouble (Translation from the German original „Daumenschrauben beim Datentransfer“) New EU regulation makes data exchange with countries more difficult – Threat of more legal disputes Author: Heidi Rohde.
Start a Hard Job the Easy Way Doing more with less is the hallmark of FTSE 250 legal teams, and there are some early, easy wins available to those starting out on the
Consilio + Advanced Discovery Power of One Infographic Click here to download the PDF of this Infographic (3.6 MB)
AI Finding Favor in Legal Industry, But Adoption Lags A recent survey conducted by Consilio polled 105 legal and technology professionals at last month’s Legalweek New York conference, and found that 93 percent
Growth of the Legal Operations Function Drew Macaulay and Robin Snasdell discuss the rise of the legal operations function within the FTSE 100. This article originally appeared in The Lawyer's FTSE 100 Key
How To Control Data As Technology Complicates E-Discovery While technology is making certain aspects of e-discovery faster and easier — think of the process improvements that technology-assisted review has produced — it is
Investment Required The legal operations function is already facilitating positive change in the UK, but much more investment is needed if this is to match the impact it is having in the US.
Findings from the 10th Annual Law Department Operations Survey For 10 years now, the Blickstein Group, in cooperation with Consilio, has been surveying Legal Ops and other law department professionals, focusing solely on
Today's General Counsel Q&A on e-Discovery with Peter Ostrega Peter Ostrega explores how technology has contributed to the complexity of eDiscovery and the new skills and technologies that can assist with addressing these
The EU Transfer Two-Step: Mastering the Ever-Changing Data Dance E-discovery experts at ILTACON, including Consilio's Ben Rusch, discussed how to navigate the changing EU data transfer landscape and make regulations work for you.
Consilio’s 2016 Law Department Benchmarking Performance Series – Survey No. 2: Technology, the seventh conducted in alliance with the Texas General Counsel Forum, demonstrates a focus on further enhancement of technology in the law
In a bid to assert control over cyberspace, China passed a sweeping cybersecurity law that affects virtually every company doing business in that country. The law is set to go into effect June 1, 2017. Despite its broad reach and potential for disruption, it appears that very few legal professionals are aware of the law. A 2017 survey by Consilio showed that just a quarter of legal tech professionals are aware of the law. Just 2% are “very aware” and a scant minority (14%) are “very concerned.”