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The COVID-19 pandemic has ushered in a new normal — the remote work environment. As organizations transitioned their employees from the traditional office environment to working from home, the use and reliance on technologies both new and old has increased dramatically. Just as the pandemic has challenged every aspect of our lives, the shift to a remote work environment has significantly impacted e-discovery and the ethical obligations of attorneys in this ever-evolving technological and legal landscape.
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By Martin Tully and Nick Snavely
Like a good diet and regular exercise for the body, data minimization and routine, defensible purging of outmoded documents are essential to maintaining healthy organizational information hygiene.
By Mark Wilcox
Turning to familiar, trusted partners to help navigate the unruly waters of change management, adoption and an ocean of new legal technology options.
By Steven Salkin
The sudden and spectacular crash of crypto-exchange FTX will send long-lasting tremors through both the nation’s financial regulatory and bankruptcy landscapes.
By AshLea Allberry
Lawyers, especially young lawyers, want to work from home. But there are downsides, such as a decrease in networking and personal relationships. How can technology help balance these out so that attorneys and law firms can have their cake and eat it too.