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2019-04 April - Litigation and Practice Support White Paper 

04-26-2019 17:19

For 2019, we present the 2018 Litigation and Practice Support Technology Survey results. These results review the previous year of data, and includes participants from all segments of ILTA, including corporate and government professionals. The survey provides responses from over 180 firms with half of the responses from organizations in the 201-1000 range.

With eight associated White Papers, our authors cover the gamut of Litigation and Practice Support. Articles delve into information governance, the evolving identity of corporate ediscovery. These timely articles take a look into smart spaces and how they are being used to eliminate silos; they discuss the convergence of privacy, security and ediscovery, and there are additional articles on current and future methods for working more efficiently, and much more.

Additionally, there is an associated article podcast for this publication, centering on the Convergence of Privacy, Security, & Ediscovery.

To access the full publication, please click on the image or link at the bottom of the page.

Table of Contents

2018 Litigation and Practice Support Survey Results 
Intro by Cindy MacBean

Convergence of Privacy, Security, & Ediscovery: Making a Pro Well-Rounded 
By Eric Pulsipher and Joan M Washburn

The Evolving Identity of Corporate Ediscovery and Information Governance 
By Ben Robbins

Going for Information Governance Gold – Closing the Gap on Discovery Materials 
By Stephen Cole

Data Governance 
by Nishan DeSilva and Donna Payne

Conquering Email in Ediscovery: How Data Analytics are Changing the Game 
By Jason Richard

Mobile Litigation in the 21st Century 
By Walter Lee

Smart Spaces: The Next Frontier for Legal Tech? 
By Don Fuchs

The Struggle Is Real: Using Trial Technology with Millennials in the Jury Box 
by Tim Piganelli

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