Jason Atchley : Legal Tech : 2016 Predictions for Legal Tech

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Jason Atchley : Legal Tech : 2016 Predictions for Legal Tech

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2016 Predictions for Legal Tech

Legaltech News

December 28, 2015    | 0 Comments
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Without a doubt, 2015 was a banner year for the legal technology world. From some of the biggest data breaches and e-discovery cases to what’s coming in the New Year, Legaltech News provides you with a look forward and back on some of the biggest issues trending in the space.
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How Should E-Discovery Professionals Handle Data in 2016?
As the year comes to a close, changes in the discovery process are occurring amid every facet of the legal profession. On Dec. 10, e-discovery software developer Exterro announced the release of its “2016 E-discovery Preparedness Almanac,” an offering aimed at helping e-discovery professionals navigate the ongoing changes in their field.
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Top Predictions for Managed Services Models in 2016
Security, cost predictability, best in breed technology and around the clock support are the baseline benefits for any MSA. But how are firms bringing this to the next level?
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5 Data Breach Predictions for 2016
In its third annual Data Breach Industry Forecast, Experian makes five sobering predictions based on recent events and new and emerging trends.
Top 5 Law Firm Tech Trends: Are They Truly Feasible for 2016?
What will happen in the New Year? Now is a great time for firms to benchmark potential options, technology and processes to further improve their practices.

Read more: http://www.legaltechnews.com/id=1202745663687/2016-Predictions-for-Legal-Tech#ixzz3w9vZ1sbD

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