Legal Industry

At this point, it’s safe to say that e-discovery is here to stay. If you’ve been using a cloud-based or desktop provider, you may wonder which is better for your law firm. There are considerations to transitioning to a new e-discovery platform and we’re going to...

A solid technology stack makes running a modern law office easier, regardless of practice size. Not only do you need to stay competitive, but you also must stay compliant with the ethical and regulatory requirements in your jurisdiction — while maintaining a hybrid work environment. For...

With the hybrid workforce showing no signs of slowing down, many law firms are facing new law firm management challenges, especially when it comes to handling IT issues and developing trusted vendor relationships. Your law firm’s management needs will vary depending on your location as well...

Since there is no requirement in the Model Rules that attorneys practice from a brick-and-mortar office, there have always been lawyers who worked from a virtual law office to save on overhead costs or to maintain flexibility. Of course, the pandemic changed the way everyone works...

Work from Home Guidance for Working Lawyers If you haven’t seen it, there is a Zoom video that went viral recently. The video shows a virtual legal hearing in which one of the attorney struggles to remove a filter that turns his face into a kitten....

Law firm cybersecurity is a regulatory and moral obligation. While the challenges around preventing a law firm data breach recently increased due to social distancing requirements of the last year, the requirements to secure data remain stringent. The door to remote legal practice has now...