Editor: Technology can be expensive. How do you go about determining what the legal department needs by way of a permanent technology infrastructure and what can be brought in on an episodic or temporary basis? Examples?
Editor: How should corporate counsel benchmark the benefits derived from their client's technology solutions?
Tweardy-Riveros: The two most-used benchmarks to measure the benefits derived from new technology are Return on Investment (ROI) and carbon footprint. Web-based solutions that bring together disparate data, standardize workflow across multiple...
Editor: It has been one year since the amendment to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure went into effect. What have you seen as the biggest impact or change in corporate legal departments as a result?