Monday, June 29, 2009

Legal Depts. Cutting Costs

Here's a press release about a survey that talks about the pressure that corporate legal depts. are under to cut costs. You can get a copy of the complete survey through a link at the bottom, and we hope to see it and check it out more fully this week. But, it promises "an overview of the strategies, systems and management tools that law departments for U.S. organizations are using to cope with current economic challenges." Just curious if any of these strategies involve improved records management, which should cut down on e-discovery outlay. We'll have an article on that in this week's edition of DIR.

Also, here's an interesting press release about ColorTrac providing multiple 40-inch wide-format scanners to the Lebanese government for scanning election results.
We've never heard of the use of WF scanners in elections and have put in an e-mail to ColorTrac asking about the logistics behind the scanner choice.

4 comments:

Nikos said...

Dear Sir,

do you have a Copy of this Study?

Ralph said...
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DIReditor said...

I do. How do you want me to get it to you?

document scanning said...

this blog is helpful for those have legal depts in cutting cost.i visited the given link.It answers several questions related to legal Depts.i agree with the idea behind this post.If we follow them it helps to improve economy issues.thanks for this post