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Legility, a leading provider of technology-enabled legal services, provides consulting, technology, managed solutions, and flexible legal talent to corporations and law firms. The company has more than 1,000 lawyers, engineers, consultants, technology and data specialists, and operational experts serving more than one-third of the Fortune 100 and one-quarter of the Am Law 200. Legility helps its clients improve operational efficiency. By combining people, processes, and technology, Legility offers innovative and bundled solutions that align with how the legal market is increasingly looking to engage.
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Agile for legal: Becoming a lean legal operations machine

Posted 04/28/20 12:00 PM by Legility

We’ve all heard the phrase, “work smarter, not harder”. In theory, teams should always be looking for opportunities to streamline efficiencies and improve processes, but implementing those efforts is a task on its own. Over the last decade, agile methodologies have been making an impact on the way many corporations run their day-to-day operations, and now, the legal industry is taking notice and making changes to streamline legal operations.

Law Practice Today describes Agile methodology like this: “at its core, it is a philosophy—one that emphasizes collaboration among customers and team members, a focus on solving customer problems over simply fulfilling requests, and responsiveness to change.”


Contracts and the Coronavirus Crisis: Force Majeure Provisions

Posted 03/23/20 2:09 PM by Legility

As we navigate the unchartered waters that COVID-19 presents, new business and legal challenges emerge. This is especially true in the case in the world of contracts. It is no longer “business as usual” with all of the delays, cancellations, remote working arrangements, and in preparing contingencies regarding the health of leaders and employees.


This is when a thorough understanding of force majeure clauses becomes business-critical.


A Safer eDiscovery Data Collection Practice During Coronavirus

Posted 03/19/20 10:00 AM by Legility

In recent years litigants have increasingly turned to Remote Assisted Collection Kits (RACK) and similar technologies to avoid the significant cost –– in money, time, and manpower –– that typically accompanies digital discovery.


As the COVID-19 crisis has prompted travel restrictions, workplace closures and a plea from governments and health authorities for employees to work from home whenever possible, the case for remote collection tools has never been stronger. Even if on-site collection remains possible in some circumstances, it may involve putting employees at risk of exposure to the virus.


Why Being Global Matters: Cross-border Litigation on the Rise for 2016 and Beyond

Posted 02/12/16 9:32 PM by Legility

Cross-border litigation is increasing at a rapid rate as companies expand globally and data multiplies exponentially. The United States will continue to be the largest region for discovery related expenditure, but by 2019, Europe will comprise almost 23% of the market, and Asia will have just over 7%, according to a recent survey by the International Data Corporation (IDC). This significant increase in electronic discovery abroad is driven in part by the factors below.

Technology: Both a Safeguard and a Timesaver When it Comes to Redacting

Posted 12/16/15 5:53 PM by Legility

There is a significant nexus between data privacy and e-discovery that grows more pronounced as the volume of data being produced multiplies exponentially.  A recent law firm survey concluded that workload for attorneys has increased by 58% in the last six months and that much of this increase is driven by federal and regulatory investigations and growing data volumes in both size and scope.  Within these large data sets there is often times confidential information in the form of personal identifiable information (PII).  The definition of PII varies by jurisdiction, but is generally recognized as sensitive information that should be safeguarded from unnecessary disclosure and dissemination in the discovery process.


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