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With 2016 well underway, trends are shaping the way e-discovery is practiced. Experts from Norton Rose Fulbright and Shook, Hardy & Bacon elaborate on events shaping the future of e-discovery.

Written by Jared Coseglia for Legaltech News

Wednesday, 25 May, 2016
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"Not a single univeristy in this entire world has an e-discovery bachelor's degree. Not one." Coseglia says TRU Staffing Partners currently teams up with Georgetown to offer scholarships for a multi-week e-discovery educational course, and has also done so in the past with other law schools.

Jared Coseglia Quoted in Legaltech News Print Issue

Sunday, 01 May, 2016
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In this unusual ACEDS 2016 session, a mock interview gave insight into hiring for a legal tech position.

Jared Coseglia Quoted in Legaltech News

Thursday, 21 April, 2016
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In the first part of a two part series, Jared Coseglia discusses the many advantages of remote, virtual employment in the legal industry.

Written by Jared Coseglia for Legaltech News

Wednesday, 13 April, 2016
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The CSRM is a skills-based approach to information protection, showing discrete steps in the information security process.

Written by Jeff Scarpitti and Jared Coseglia for Law Journal Newsletters: e-Commerce Law & Strategy

Saturday, 02 April, 2016
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The year 2014 saw the term “data breach” become part of the broader public vernacular and quickly move from the social to corporate consciousness. Boards of directors, facing significant liability, business interruption or loss, have been heard to cry “Defend Our Shores.”

TRU Staffing Partners Mentioned in eForensics Magazine

Friday, 01 April, 2016
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The CSRM is a skills-based approach to information protection, showing discrete steps in the information security process.

Written by Jeff Scarpitti and Jared Coseglia for Legaltech News

Thursday, 28 January, 2016
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Electronic discovery professionals should consider a future where their current skills no longer merit the salaries they are accustomed to commanding. The current talents and knowledge bases that allow for professional leverage or vertical mobility in today's e-discovery job market still have, and will always have, immense value to their employers. However, the growing reality is that employers will not need — or be able — to compensate the professional population with premiums in salary.

Written by Jared Coseglia for Law Journal Newsletters

Saturday, 16 January, 2016
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A run-down of the past month (and change) of the legal technology acquisitions we’ve covered.

Jared Coseglia Quoted in Legaltech News

Thursday, 07 January, 2016