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Electronic discovery legislation in Canada and the U.S. is largely fueling the demand for outsourced legal work, according to Jay Manahan, director for business development of Sencor, a Philippine online research and analysis research firm headquartered in Makati City, the business district of the country They can’t practice on North American soil, but their work often forms the basis American and Canadian lawyers build their legal arguments on. In recent years, Filipino lawyers retained by outsourced IT services firms in Manila have built a steadily growing online legal process and research market. Legal process and ...
Simon Fodden is the founder of Slaw. He taught law at Osgoode Hall Law School for more than 30 years before he retired to focus on writing, publishing, and IT and law. [click on the author's name for more information] Yahoo’s research labs have come up with a product called Mindset (“Mindset: Intent-driven Search”). The deal here is that the array of returned items is topped by a slider that lets you filter results more or less towards the commercial — “shopping,” to the left — or the academic — “researching,” to the right. ... Read More
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