Lawyers, and the legal field in general, are not exactly known for their willingness to embrace new technology and change the tried and true, traditional ways they’ve always used to practice law. But as technology has taken over our everyday lives and become the norm across most industries, there’s no time like the present for lawyers and litigation support professionals to take a second look at how they can get up to speed on the best and newest ediscovery technology that will ultimately transform their business, and in turn, create...
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HSR Second Requests are typically large, arduous matters that take an enormous amount of time and resources. They can be unforgiving and demanding, but the challenges of an HSR Second Request can be reduced with the right combination of expertise and technology usage.
There is a common theme buzzing around the legal tech and ediscovery industry – the Cloud and how in-house lawyers should be aware of the implications of their companies moving to the Cloud. Due to its regular appearance, there is an increasing focus on the legal implications of moving to the Cloud, rather than IT and operational considerations, within organisations.
Facing a second request can be painful, kind of like searching for a needle in a haystack exacerbated by a strict deadline looming above it all. And, as volumes of data continue to grow and types of data become increasingly complex, these matters are often inefficient and costly, while getting to the key documents (needles) quickly can feel like an insurmountable challenge.