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Moble Apps for Lawyers, Metadata & Redaction

There are a couple of noteworthy legal tech-related articles in this month's WisBar InsideTrack.

The first is part 2 of a series on avoiding ethical pitfalls with electronic documents by Nerino Petro and Bryan Sims.

In part 1, the authors discuss hidden information within an electronic document, known as metadata, and how it can expose lawyers to liability when it comes to confidentiality issues. Part 2 focuses on what you need to know about electronic redaction and the steps necessary to ensure confidential information remains confidential.

The second noteworthy article is on mobile apps for lawyers by Bev Butula, manager of library services at Davis & Kuelthau. This article focuses on a few apps created for the legal community.


There are purpose-built redaction tools available for law firms seeking fast, reliable and proven redaction solutions.

One of those tools is named RapidRedact. It offers the power and flexibility that firms need to ensure that redaction projects are finished on time and with complete confidence that redacted information is permanently removed.

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