Jonathan Easton (Street Articles Author)
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The Five Inexplicable Phenomena In Legal Outsourcing
Outsourcing legal work from the U.S. overseas to India, the Philippines, Israel and other countries has been around for decades. The amount of legal work that is outsourced runs into the millions of dollars. Nevertheless, many legal outsourcing companies (LPOs) in India – and especially Israel – are hankering for…
By:  in  Legal  >  Corporations LLC   Oct 31, 2012  
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Legal Outsourcing is Outside Of the Outsourcing Controversy
As the U.S. presidential race heats up with the soaring summer temperatures, we continue to read news reports of President Obama’s re-election team attacking challenger Mitt Romney’s record of outsourcing. The accuracy of Obama’s attacks on Romney is irrelevant when we examine the overall picture of how city governments and…
By:  in  Legal  >  Corporations LLC   Jul 28, 2012  
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Beware Of Costly Sexual Harassment Claims
According to state and federal law in the U.S., it is unlawful to harass a person at work because of that person’s gender. Harassment includes unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other forms of verbal or written or physical harassment of a sexual nature. The Law Sexual harassment…
By:  in  Legal  >  Corporations LLC   Jul 24, 2012  
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Five Guidelines for Completing the Best Document Review Project
With the advancement of technology and increased usage of social media outlets like Facebook and LinkedIn (and there many more), the volume of documents falling into discovery requests has become almost overwhelming. With the number of documents needing to be reviewed reaching hundreds of thousands and even millions, E-Discovery is…
By:  in  Legal  >  Corporations LLC   Jul 23, 2012  
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Eeoc Moves to Stop Discrimination Against Job Applicants With A Criminal Record
As is known, every state and the federal government have laws to prohibit employers from discriminating based on race, national origin, creed, religion, gender and disability. We all know illegal discrimination is still a major blemish on our society. However, many employers are aware of the laws and attempt to…
By:  in  Legal  >  Corporations LLC   Jun 26, 2012  
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Ten Personality Characteristics Of A Good Legal Advisor
Research shows that the leading Indian overseas legal process outsourcing (LPO) providers have a U.S. attorney on staff to elicit more business from U.S. law firms. Some Indian and other overseas LPO providers are hiring U.S. attorneys as legal advisors enhance their position in the Indian LPO market. What is…
By:  in  Legal  >  Corporations LLC   Jun 20, 2012  
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Seven Steps to Securing A Strong (and Lasting) Bond With Your LPO
It is reported that legal process outsourcing (LPO) is expected to grow to a $1.3 billion industry by 2015. The Indian LPO industry alone is predicted to post an annual revenue of $960 million and employ 18,000 professionals by the end of 2015. Despite these impressive statistics, many law firms…
By:  in  Legal  >  Corporations LLC   Jun 16, 2012  
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Ten Attributes Of An Effective Legal Consultant
1. Professional At all times, consultants must deal with every client in a professional manner. As business relationships progress in years and quality, consultants may easily drop their sophisticated, seasoned approach and develop camaraderie attitude. This could easily cause the consultant to lose his effectiveness. 2. Dedicated A client needs…
By:  in  Legal  >  Corporations LLC   Jun 13, 2012  
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The Human Side to Using Predictive Coding In E - discovery
The case involves almost a dozen lawsuits from plaintiffs who argued that they suffered considerable property damage from a collapsed roof at the Dulles Jet Center during a 2010 snowstorm. The location is circuit court in Loudoun County, Virginia. Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis is the law firm defending Dulles…
By:  in  Legal  >  Corporations LLC   Jun 11, 2012  
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Five Roles In Which A Us Licensed Attorney Can Help An Indian Lpo
A few years ago, there was a negative sentiment brewing in America against the Indian Legal Process Outsourcing (LPO) market. American lawyers held their Indian counterparts with disdain because they saw them as taking away their livelihood. Recently, the legal outsourcing industry that was once “taking” jobs from American lawyers…
By:  in  Legal  >  Corporations LLC   May 30, 2012  
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Legal Outsourcing to Israel is Professionally Wise And Economically Sound
While Israel does not offer the same savings as India or the Philippines, Israel offers much more: the…
Due Diligence Review Part Iv: Position In the Marketplace & Adminstrative Records
When most lawyers think of document review, they think of a pack of attorneys sitting at desks with…
Seven Tips When Choosing A Legal Outsourcing Firm
One blogger compared outsourcing to buying a wedding dress – a transaction filled with hope and excitement…
Eeoc Moves to Stop Discrimination Against Job Applicants With A Criminal Record
As is known, every state and the federal government have laws to prohibit employers from discriminating…
Five Reasons Why A Small to Medium Sized Law Firm Should Outsource
Now more than ever before is the time for small to medium sized firms to begin outsourcing. Outsourcing…
Legal Outsourcing is Outside Of the Outsourcing Controversy
As the U.S. presidential race heats up with the soaring summer temperatures, we continue to read news…
Eight Step Due Diligence Review Of the Company’s Finances
This is the second part of a series of articles on conducting due diligence document review. The first…
Five Guidelines for Completing the Best Document Review Project
With the advancement of technology and increased usage of social media outlets like Facebook and LinkedIn…
Seven Steps to Securing A Strong (and Lasting) Bond With Your LPO
It is reported that legal process outsourcing (LPO) is expected to grow to a $1.3 billion industry by…
US District Court Confirm’s Magistrate’s Order for Predictive Coding
Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck issued a landmark ruling in February 2012 to allow the use of predictive…