In this inaugural Swiss-hosted TLS webinar, TLS e-discovery expert Robert Wagner explains several strategies for navigating this type of material along with how those strategies dovetail with robust multilingual investigative best practices.
Being a GC is hard. You’re a firefighter, a reputation manager, a business enabler, the last line of defence and the first head on the block. It’s even harder without real time insight into the data coursing through your organisation. How do you ensure you have access to that information when it matters and is it possible to get ahead of the game?
Employees now access their workspace and collaborate with colleagues in dynamic, diverse environments from the road, mobile devices, and the cloud. They discuss projects on one platform, collaborate through another, and manage client relationships through another. And that's not to mention the underlying universe of corporate emails, text messages, social media accounts, and accounting/finance databases.
In this Spotlight, we discuss running a successful remote deposition, options and best practices for electronic exhibit presentation, remote video recording, managing off-the-record time, platform optimization, security, industry trends, and more.
Together with Joshua Chu of ONC Lawyers and Moses Park of Liberty Chambers, TLS's Joseph Law discussed a recent decision in Hong Kong regarding alternative service and disclosure. We looked at the development of the use of data rooms for both service and disclosure as a means to combat the difficulties and expenses faced by many parties in administrating their legal matters during this pandemic and its future implications on the practice of law.
The COVID-19 crisis has forced businesses to adapt to new challenges with an obvious and direct impact on how investigations are conducted. This webinar discussed some key factors for consideration when conducting remote investigations.
Driving Strategic Change: General Counsel in Pharma
TransPerfect Legal Solutions hosted a panel of GCs and legal experts from prominent pharmaceutical companies to discuss their evolving roles and the practical ways legal departments are driving innovation as it relates to people, risk, and data in the pharma industry.
Courts and bar associations across the country have recognized that in order to satisfy the ethical duty of competence, supervision, and confidentiality, attorneys involved in litigation must have a sufficient understanding of legal technology—in particular, the recurring issues that arise in electronic discovery.
In today’s globalized business environment, collections of electronically stored information increasingly include non-English data. Traditional e-discovery technologies fail to comprehensively manage multi-language data sets, resulting in missed documents, delays, and excessive price tags. Our panel of experts discuss how advanced technology—including natural language processing and neural machine translation—can be integrated into an e-discovery workflow from processing through review and production across the entire EDRM. This webinar aims to help lawyers mitigate the risk of missing vital information, while increasing time and cost efficiency.
During this webinar, we provide an overview of running a successful managed review with remote review professionals. The panelists dive into measures taken during the recruiting and project management stages that help set up your review for success. The focus of this discussion is on additional factors to screen and recruit candidates, as well as steps to take in order to maintain the security, quality, and productivity of your review from start to finish.