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Young female lawyer who would benefit from e-disclosure looking through her legal papers

  What is Electronic Disclosure? Electronic disclosure, or e-disclosure, is the process of compiling, storing and securing digital information for evidence in a lawsuit or legal investigation and showing (disclosing) this information to a defendant so that they are aware of the evidence against them before trial. While disclosure once focused primarily on paper documents […]

Law student sat at a library desk considering whether he should charge by the hour

Do billable hours still exist in law? In short, yes, however, clients now, more often than not, insist on an initial quote so that the responsibility lies with the legal firm to maintain low costs. For decades, billable hours was the traditional pricing model for most law firms, but the Great Recession in the early […]

Lawyer leaning on a desk in front of legal documents

  It’s a fact all legal firms and law departments have become accustomed to the staggering volume of documents they have to manage today. Whether you’re preparing for disclosure, collaborating with associates or filing with the court, every document must be processed accurately, securely, efficiently and cost-effectively. Some firms try to improve productivity and reduce document costs […]