Electronic Discovery

The benefits of managed eDiscovery services

The benefits of eDiscovery managed service arrangements offer cost predictability, easy access to data and the ability to expand storage quickly and simply, says Jason Bell-Masterson, manager of the Toronto branch of the legal technology company Epiq. Read more

Separating the wheat from the chaff with eDiscovery

In the final instalment of a two-part series on effective eDiscovery, Jason Bell-Masterson explores the review, predictive coding and document preparation phases. Read more

Culling the data set for effective eDiscovery

In the first instalment of a two-part series on effective eDiscovery, Epiq's Jason Bell-Masterson explores objectives, budgetary limitations and how to cull data to create a focused data set. Read more

Calculating the ROI of eDiscovery tools

Lawyers who have been slow to embrace eDiscovery technology tend to focus on the upfront cost while ignoring the considerable savings that come as the process progresses, says Jason Bell-Masterson, director at the Toronto branch of legal technology company Epiq. Read more

Four ways to disrupt yourself

By Alan Bass and Michael Sauber . Disruption in the legal market is on the way. You can sit by and wait, or you can act now. We provide you with four options. Read more

Disruption’s early warning signs

By Alan Bass and Michael Sauber . Alternative legal services are here. The only question is how quickly they will become the new norm. Lawyers should be aware of what signs to track and how to prepare. Read more

Tailored training maximizes eDiscovery efficiency

Tailored training helps law firms get the most out of eDiscovery software, says Jason Bell-Masterson, director at the Toronto branch of legal technology company Epiq. Read more

Revolution or evolution?

By Alan Bass and Michael Sauber . Is the legal market experiencing disruption? Perhaps that’s the wrong question to be asking. Read more

Legal market ripe for disruption

By Alan Bass and Michael Sauber . The legal profession has long resisted change that would disrupt the status quo, but the rising power of the buyer may be setting the stage for a new world of legal services. Read more

Technology efficiently lowers costs for client

Gone are the days when law firms could maximize efficiencies and satisfy clients with only the most basic office technology, says Alan Bass , president of Korbitec Inc. , a Toronto software development company that provides technology products to the legal profession. Read more

Company-wide innovation delivers returns

Company-wide commitment to innovation generates the biggest return on investment for the business, says Bishu Solomon of Epiq , a leading global provider of legal services and technology. Read more

Partner committee can boost technology adaptation

A partner committee dedicated to innovation can help law firms get the most out of technological developments in the legal market, says Bishu Solomon of Epiq , a leading global provider of legal services and technology. Read more

Five tips for running an effective electronic discovery

By Kim Neeson . Displaying documents on shared screens can be easy, but here are some considerations to take into account prior to commencing your next eDiscovery. Read more