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Litigation Support Tool Tips - Adobe Action

Being in eDiscovery, many times I find myself having to perform the same task on hundreds or thousands of PDFs – for example, removing hidden information and comments. Thankfully, Adobe has a feature called “Actions” that allows you to apply one or more routine sets of commands to PDFs. ...

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Moving Beyond Litigation Support

Please enjoy this blog post authored by Sonam Sharma, Senior Manager, X1. The age-old adage of change being the only constant has never been truer than in today's times. With pandemic induced disruptions fast-tracking an already burgeoning impact of technology in day-to-day proceedings of...

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A Deep Dive into Provisioning in Teams, With 3rd Parties, Powershells and When Should IG/Sec Be Involved

Please enjoy this blog post authored by Bryn Bowen, Principal, Greenheart Consulting Partners. Of all of the collaboration tools being used in the law firm world, Microsoft Teams is the most popular because it’s already available to end users as part of many firms’ Office 365 suite, and...

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Virtual Collaboration in a Post-Pandemic World

Please enjoy this blog post by Jennifer Betts, Co-Office Managing Shareholder, Ogletree Deakins. Communication and collaboration are at the core of the effective practice of law. As we slowly emerge from the pandemic and enter our newest new normal, law firm leadership must assess how to...

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Litigation Support Tool Tip – Create Folders from a List in Excel

Please enjoy this blog post tip from Amy Bowser-Rollins, Instructor, Litigation Support Guru. In litigation support, we try to leverage Excel’s functionality for numerous tasks. In eDiscovery matters, we collect electronic data from multiple custodians. We usually create a folder for each...

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WWL Virtual Roadshow 2021: Strong Women Leaders Success Strategies

2020 was a tough year. A year where many of us saw our plans crushed by a series of events, most notably COVID-19. During ILTA’s Ascend 2020 planning meetings held in January, the Women Who Lead Advisory Group began planning programming for the “deep south.” There was interest in...

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Women Who Lead 2021 Roadshow - April in Atlanta

Event Summary 2020 has proven the importance of effective leadership. Whether you’re a leader now or hope to be, the Women Who Lead 2021 Roadshow is for you! The April stop of the virtual roadshow brings us to Atlanta ! The Women Who Lead 2021 Roadshow is a series of 4 virtual events...

 04-29-2021 | 10:00 - 17:30 ET