This is my 27th post in a series of monthly features that I have dubbed “Best of My Blog Roll.” The concept is simple – at the end of a month I peruse my own blog roll (see that column on the right) for material created by other bloggers that I think is most worthy of sharing with others, and then I report on it here. 200 more words
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Those providing legal and professional services to corporate clients can improve their visibility by offering saleable experience in preventing, detecting, and remedying cybersecurity hazards.
A variety of surveys have shown that cybersecurity is a growing priority for GCs and corporate officers in general, and an increasing number of publications are aimed at sharing topical and timely cybersecurity content. 48 more words
Lawyers know the value of hiring an experienced, successful lawyer for representation. An inexpensive lawyer that has a small, inexperienced staff and lack of resources may cost less initially, but the long-term results could be disastrous. 1,067 more words
Electronic discovery work could present law firms with a huge opportunity for revenue growth, but it seems not to be working out that way.
Clients report that rising litigation expenses are one of their biggest cost concerns, and the mushrooming cloud of e-discovery is perhaps the biggest driver of litigation costs now that many litigants maintain terabytes of data related to every conceivable aspect of their business. 201 more words
According to the ABA’s 2014 Legal Technology Survey Report, attorneys are using social media marketing more than ever before, with solos and small firms leading the way in engaging on social media networks, blogging and website development. 160 more words