Blog: 3 Hidden Contract Management Economic Factors that Impact Revenue

Leah PresserBlogs and Articles, Content Writing

A smart blog about how the methods used to manage contracts also influence a company’s revenue in surprisingly hidden ways. It discusses factors that impact the economics of contract management including conditions and activities related to creating and negotiating contracts, managing risk, and monitoring the performance of contracts. And of course, it points out the critical role technology plays in saving money, time, and effort. If a PDF doesn’t appear below, please refresh your screen.

Blog: How to Request Records from the VA

Leah PresserBlogs and Articles, Content Writing

Publishing how-to posts is a great way to show up in search results and provide value to potential clients. Of course, you want readers to use your service. But helping them do their jobs regardless shows you’re not just constantly fiending for a sale. (Fiending is definitely not a good look.) If you can’t see the PDF below, please refresh your screen.    

Blog: The Quest for Efficient FOIA/Public Records Disclosures

Leah PresserBlogs and Articles, Content Writing

U.S. federal, state, and local government agencies have been involved in an ongoing quest to find ways to streamline and improve their efforts in responding to FOIA and public records requests. The journey was spurred on in great part by President Obama’s May 2012 Open Data Policy–Managing Information as an Asset initiative. When the policy was issued, it pushed federal agencies to become more open, transparent and collaborative in sharing information with the public.   The …

White Paper: Building Business Case for Tech

Leah PresserContent Writing, White Papers & eBooks

This paper is written for government agencies who need better tech for processing public records requests. It identifies 5 key areas of ROI supporting the adoption of an integrated technology platform and presents costs and savings projections for each. Readers find answers to questions like: • Why is a single platform better than myriad alternative solutions? • How can I determine the technology’s ROI? • What specific benefits does the technology bring to our public …

Blog: Take the Risk Out of Redaction

Leah PresserBlogs and Articles, Content Writing

Definitely a post I looked forward to writing ever since the early 2019 Manafort redaction slip-up! Finally, someone requested a post on the topic, and I was able to make reference to it 🙂 This post shows how well I integrate examples and sources as I discuss a topic. Both are needed to give the piece credibility and to clarify the issues discussed, but they need to be integrated without interrupting the natural flow of …

Blog: ISO27001 Certification in eDiscovery

Leah PresserBlogs and Articles, Content Writing

This is one of two blog posts written about the same topic but for different audiences. Each post discusses the importance of ISO 27001 certification and what it means for companies looking for a qualified eDiscovery partner. The other post spoke to CTOs and members of IT departments. Meanwhile, this post is meant to connect with the “regular” folks – attorneys, procurement professionals, business leaders, etc. who have a less technical background. A PDF should …

Blog: SaaS eDiscovery Tech is Law Firm IT Asset

Leah PresserBlogs and Articles, Content Writing

This is one of three blog posts written in support of a related white paper (which I also wrote). The goal of this blog is to attract CTOs and IT professionals and make them curious enough to download the white paper. Simple, right? Sure is, when you’ve got me to do it! If a PDF doesn’t appear below, please refresh your screen.

Blog: Why ISO27001 Certification is a CTO’s eDiscovery Dream

Leah PresserBlogs and Articles, Content Writing

A closer look at what it means to be ISO27001 certified (yeah, I know you’re not supposed to say it that way). This is one of two posts on the same topic. Each was written for a different target audience. This one is written (kinda obviously) for CTOs or people with tech backgrounds. If you’re unable to view the PDF below, please refresh your screen and it should appear.

Blog: In-house eDiscovery for Small and Mid-Size Law Firms

Leah PresserBlogs and Articles, Content Writing

One of three blog posts written to encourage the download of a related white paper. This post speaks to the concerns, frustrations, and needs of attorneys and leaders in small and mid-size law firms. We let them know that there is an easier, more efficient path to be more competitive in a crowded market. If a PDF doesn’t appear below, please refresh your screen.  

White Paper: Law Firm Tech for True Differentiation

Leah PresserContent Writing, White Papers & eBooks

Law firms are pressured on all sides — from alternative legal service providers, the Big 4, and general counsel keeping more work in house. These changes were brought about (in part) by advancements in technology that allowed competitors to carve their own slices out of the legal market that traditionally belonged entirely to law firms. Getting that point across convincingly can be a challenge. But this white paper gets the job done by pointing out …

White Paper: Efficiently Answering Regulatory Requests

Leah PresserContent Writing, White Papers & eBooks

This is part of a white paper series describing highly specific uses for eDiscovery technology. In each, we have to discuss the unique challenges for that particular use case in a way readers relate to. It’s important when writing papers like this that readers can imagine how much better life is with your technology at hand. If a PDF doesn’t appear below, please refresh your screen.

Blog: 7 Sites to Boost Your Legal Tech Competence

Leah PresserBlogs and Articles, Content Writing

Always make your blog posts relevant to readers’ lives. A special bonus about this post is that when we shared it on social, we tagged the companies/individuals mentioned in the piece, some of whom went on to share/like/comment on it on social, too! If a PDF doesn’t appear below, please refresh your screen.

Blog: Automation Accelerates Responses to PRRs

Leah PresserBlogs and Articles, Content Writing

This is a blog post written to promote an accompanying white paper regarding the technological maturity levels of various government offices. Ideally, a government agency will recognize the advantages of using an ediscovery platform to manage its responses to public records requests. I used a lot of the government’s own research for support because it’s highly compelling. Please refresh your screen if you do not see the PDF below.  

Case Study: eDiscovery for FOIA Requests

Leah PresserCase Study, Content Writing

This is, admittedly, a non-traditional case study. I included a mix of facts, statistics, quotes, and anecdotes to show – rather than tell – how an ediscovery technology company helps its business partners meet the FOIA challenges their clients face. A PDF of the piece should appear below. If it doesn’t, please refresh your screen.

White Paper: Public Records Requests, A Maturity Model

Leah PresserContent Writing, White Papers & eBooks

This white paper presents a maturity model that provides a comparison framework of 5 different methods and tools government agencies use when completing public records disclosures. It describes the technology tools and procedures used (or not) in each of these categories and analyzes their effectiveness in supporting agency disclosure practices in five critical areas, ultimately positioning an ediscovery platform as the ideal records handling tool. If a PDF doesn’t appear below, please refresh your screen.

Blog: 5 Keys to Vetting FOIA Technology

Leah PresserBlogs and Articles, Content Writing

This blog post is written to promote a white paper that seeks to inform and educate public information officers. The white paper discusses various stages an agency may go through as it seeks new technologies to help it adapt to today’s changing needs. It ultimately positions an ediscovery platform as the ideal solution. To show readers that the technology vendor knows and understands their struggles, and to spark interest in downloading the white paper, I …

Blog: 3 Easy Ways to Save 5 Minutes in Your Law Office

Leah PresserBlogs and Articles, Content Writing

Much of my writing is serious, full of stats and dire warnings should readers fail to heed my words. But not always! Thankfully, I get to lighten up every once in a while and write a fun piece in a jovial, friendly voice that invites comradery with readers. That’s this post. If a PDF doesn’t automatically appear below, refresh your screen.

White Paper: FOIA – 50 Years old but still not in the 21st century

Leah PresserContent Writing, White Papers & eBooks

This white paper discusses the evolution of the U.S. Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). Legislative changes have increased administrative burdens on federal agencies who were not, and still are not, equipped with the appropriate technologies to process the hundreds of thousands of FOIA requests they receive each year. Modern eDiscovery platforms are uniquely suited to usher them into a new era of fast, efficient processing of public records requests. Refresh the page if the PDF …

Ebook: Choosing Your Ideal MRRSP

Leah PresserContent Writing, White Papers & eBooks

This is an e-book written for a medical records retrieval company. It informs and educates lawyers, paralegals, and others of the best practices and top qualities to look for in an ideal records retrieval partner. If you don’t see the PDF below, please refresh your screen.

Blog Post: “Switch Your eDiscovery Platform”

Leah PresserBlogs and Articles, Content Writing

This article looks at a few of the issues to consider when comparing eDiscovery technologies such as maintenance costs, security levels, and vendor support. Check it out in the PDF viewer below or online through the link above. A PDF of the piece should appear below. You may need to refresh your page. Enjoy!

Website Copy: Records Retrieval Solutions

Leah PresserContent Writing, Website Content Writing

For this project, I reviewed the old site’s content first. Then, I made recommendations for the new site’s layout and content structure. I wrote all new content to bring to the forefront the services offered and the benefits clients receive. We focused on making sure we answered potential clients most critical questions upfront and immediately. We also focused on including relevant links throughout the new pages to ensure fast and easy site navigation. A string …