Colossal Waste…this article properly points out that biggest, while comforting, is not best. Small companies are more efficient and have no need for this type of mismanagement. It is quite the opposite, small business have to be extremely efficient to compete.
E-Discovery companies are using “Technical Time” as a way to pad their profit. HIM does not subscribe to that type of waste. We track every action and can attribute a request to the cost. If your current service provider can not do the same…contact HIM.
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With the increase in cloud computing, which should result in an equal increase in focus of discovery request.
Microsoft 365 allows users to create files only in the cloud, which would result only in a .lnk file locally.
LNK is a file extension for a shortcut file used by Microsoft Windows to point to an executable file. LNK stands for LiNK. Shortcut files are used as a direct link to an executable file, instead of having to navigate to the executable.. LNK files contain some basic properties, such as the path to the executable file and the “Start-In” directory. LNK files use a curled arrow to indicate they are shortcuts, and the file extension is hidden (even after disabling “Hide Extensions for Known File Types” in Windows Explorer).
Has your current E-Discovery vendor discussed this topic with you? If not, you should ask HIM.
5 Tips For Small Firms Aiming To Land Big Cases
The same elements are true re: consulting (e-discovery, paper, etc.)
The attention to detail and customer service is increased.
Size matters if you are working multiple large cases at once. But, the small/med. firm that wants to work up large cases…size does not matter.
Contact HIM…’size’ us up.
A potential client may be hesitant at first to enlist a small shop to handle a big case, but experts tell Law360 it’s all about showing the client that sometimes it pays to hire David instead of Goliath. Here are five tips for modest-sized firms seeking to bring in business that usually goes to the big guns.
With the right tools, company, size doesn’t matter!
SeaWorld argues occupational hazzard…OSHA says too dangerous.
SeaWorld hired the son of a Supreme Court justice to represent them…Eugene Scalia. He compares it to NFL & NASCAR.
Both sides make great points.