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5 Serious (& 1 Lighthearted) Legal Web Marketing Predictions for 2015

Where is legal web marketing headed in 2015? Do we need to prep for any upcoming roadblocks? What about exciting changes to anticipate? Are there any new technologies that will help the industry? If these are questions you’ve been asking, I’m right there with you. When I have legal marketing questions, I turn to the …

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Information Governance in Legal – The Real Payoff is Litigation, E-Discovery, and Audit Readiness

Information governance (IG) in the modern day legal landscape addresses multiple functions from cyber threats, to compliance, to interdepartmental communication to document retention to e-discovery. Affecting businesses across the legal, compliance and IT realms, the ideal IG framework will insert processes and procedures into place that will allow law firms and businesses to consistently manage …

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