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Sanders Reach, Catherine. This article provides a summary of survey results from the Litigation and Courtroom Technology volume of the ABAís 2004-2005 Legal Technology Survey Report.
ILTA. This white paper discusses various tools that provide a comprehensive, automated approach to managing all matter and case content across the firm or legal department.
International Legal Technology Association. The complexities of pending litigation canít be confined to one department in the firm or law department; processes, systems and well trained people will contribute to the effective management of time and resour
International Legal Technology Association. Law firms and law departments need to determine what constitutes an electronic record, and then decide whether that file belongs in a document management system, a records management system, or some hybrid of th
Himmelbaum, Canaan E. and Leyda F. Mata. As the challenges of electronic data discovery continue to increase, administrators increasingly are being asked to "steer the ship" by managing the complex process and cutting related costs throughout their organi
Shnier, Clifford F. How to use extranets and Application Service Providers (ASPs) in trial practice.
Jacoby, Conrad J. Understanding older and discarded computer technology is an increasingly important part of the litigation discovery process. Legal teams that find themselves working with vintage media should approach these materials with...
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