To a small law firm, perhaps one of the most anxiety-inducing aspects of eDiscovery is the uncertainty. There is a starting point and an endpoint, but the in-between can be a walk through a minefield. The most significant question of all can be, “Can we do our eDiscovery in-house?” To help you safely navigate eDiscovery, let’s continue reading »

Within the last few years, technology has gradually integrated into all aspects of the legal industry, which means it no longer relates solely to internal functions such as time and billing records. Technology is an essential part of the legal supply chain as it is used to streamline services, reduce costs, and make services accessible continue reading »

We hear it all the time: “I can’t have lunch; I’m slammed.” “I would, but I’m wrapped around the axle.” “I can’t train the new guy; I’m too busy.” “I can’t make the game because I have a deadline.” And the list of excuses about work goes on and on. Let’s face it, eDiscovery is continue reading »

While technology can be beneficial and efficient, sometimes things just don’t work (as we have all experienced). And, it always seems to stop working at the worst possible moment. You try everything you can to fix the issue, but with the stress of preparing a case and trying to stick to a strict timeline, it’s continue reading »

You put a lot of time and effort into preparing your case for trial, but how are you going to effectively show your case to the jury? TrialDirector was designed specifically for trial (as you can tell by the name) and is the leading trial presentation software because of the following features: Organize witness workbooks continue reading »

Despite the hours and hours of preparation before a trial, one single decision or piece of evidence could completely change the course of the case. You are able to think and react quickly, but unfortunately, unfamiliar technology can be a stumbling block in a dynamic and stressful environment. Even well-practiced lawyers struggle when trying to continue reading »

Some people just have it. The confidence, the perfect rhythm and speed of talking, the right vocabulary and stories…everything to make a stellar presentation. They could be talking about the importance of tying your shoes with two loops instead of one, and you would still leave the room feeling inspired to be a better person. continue reading »

We all love our tablets. They’re light, portable, and intuitive. Many computer tasks can be done efficiently on a tablet, and as a society, we are huge fans. Both tablets and laptops make a huge impact in the courtroom when it comes to trial presentation technology, but every case is unique and each presenter has continue reading »

For Jenna, it was one of those days. The kind of day that just drags on in a perfect storm of bad luck. Her computer crashed right before she finished writing her quarterly report. For some reason, her office smelled like a rotting dairy farm, and she managed to spill her lunch all over her continue reading »

Here’s a story you may be familiar with: Dan, a young and ambitious attorney, strides confidently into the courtroom. Sure, he’s a little nervous, but he has practiced this presentation several times, and he knows he can convince the jury in his favor. Plus, he’s using powerful trial presentation software to help him out. What continue reading »