In-house vs. co-sourced legal processes. Which model works for you? There are several benefits that out-of-firm service providers offer.

Legal process co-sourcing services are growing in popularity among law firms and corporate counsel across the United States. With the right kind of legal process co-sourcing provider, you can take your law practice places you never before imagined.

Check out our infographic to see how in-house processes stack up against co-sourced processes!

In-house vs. Co-sourced

July 10, 2015
In-House Vs. Co-Sourced

Legal processes: In-house vs. Co-sourced

In-house vs. co-sourced legal processes. Which model works for you? There are several benefits that out-of-firm service providers offer. Legal process co-sourcing services are growing in […]
June 25, 2014
The Do’s and Don’ts of responding to a Subpoena

The Do’s and Don’ts of responding to a Subpoena

Subpoenas are commonly used in civil litigation to obtain evidence from individuals, corporations and other entities that are not parties to a lawsuit. The recipient of […]
June 23, 2014
The Ins And Outs Of Filing A Motion To Quash Or Modify A Subpoena

The Ins And Outs Of Filing A Motion To Quash Or Modify A Subpoena

If the recipient does not intend to comply with a subpoena commanding attendance at a deposition, hearing, or trial, he or she may file a motion […]
June 20, 2014
A Motion to Strike – Introduction

A Motion to Strike – Introduction

A Motion to Strike is a request for a judge’s order to remove, eliminate or make immaterial a specific or entire portion of the opponent’s legal […]