For anyone in legal operations who has not yet attended Legaltech, it can be a little overwhemling. Here’s some advice to get you through it.
With advances in technology, much deeper insight into operational and financial performance has been gained.
Do you need approval to save money? To reduce risk? To implement efficient, defensible processes for managing your work?
Legal operations professionals may not always process ESI themselves, but here are a few pointers that everyone in eDiscovery may benefit from.
In the end, being ‘litigation ready’ means knowing what information an organization has and what needs to be done to preserve and collect it if necessary.
Legal operations people faced with the prospect of collecting data for use in discovery need to keep a few primary objectives in mind.
Those who are unwilling or unable to adapt, like dinosaurs, will find it difficult to survive.
A celebration across the country of the hard-working people who frequently toil behind the scenes to help make the legal process work.
Sound information governance policies and practices fall squarely in the hands of legal operations personnel.
In most cases, the client is the one who ultimately pays. Fix the situation before the situation fixes you.