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Building the Loop: A Look Inside Logikcull

This is the first post in our new, semi-regular feature Building the Loop, a behind the scenes look at how we’re democratizing discovery. Building the Loop will highlight our culture, employee achievements, and... Laura Goldberg   |     21 Jul 2017

Judge Waxse on Getting to Just, Speedy, Inexpensive and Why Lawyers Need to Change

Over his 18 years on the bench, Magistrate Judge David J. Waxse, of the District of Kansas, has authored many noteworthy opinions on eDiscovery, including on the production of documents in their native format a... Casey C. Sullivan   |     20 Jul 2017

Ransomware & the Future of Law Firm Cybersecurity: Webinar With Brian Focht and Olga Mack

This summer has been the Summer of Ransomware. In May, the Wannacry ransomware program swept the globe, infecting as many as 200 million devices. Most of the U.S. was spared, but it was a brief reprieve. Casey C. Sullivan   |     19 Jul 2017

Major Cybersecurity Firm Banned by Feds Amid Russia Fears

A major cybersecurity firm has been removed from the list of vendors approved for use by federal agencies amid concerns over its relationship with the Russian government. The Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab was deli... Casey C. Sullivan   |     19 Jul 2017

Test Your FOIA Request’s Chance of Success Before You Send It

Want access to James Comey’s private memos detailing his interactions with President Donald Trump? Yeah, so do we. But if you submit a FOIA request for the memos to the FBI or DOJ, it’s pretty much guaranteed t... Casey C. Sullivan   |     17 Jul 2017

Billing or Nothingness: Ransomware as an Existential Threat

Three weeks ago, DLA Piper was brought to its knees by the Petya ransomware virus. The firm, one of the largest law firms in the world with over 4,000 lawyers across 40 countries, was forced to shut down its in... Casey C. Sullivan   |     14 Jul 2017

Now Available: The Ultimate Guide to eDiscovery

If you're involved in litigation, investigations or any other form of legal dispute, odds are you've encountered eDiscovery. And if you haven't yet, you will soon. Electronic evidence is a staple in all forums ... Casey C. Sullivan   |     13 Jul 2017

Will SCOTUS Clarify How Far the Government Can Go to Get Cloud-Stored Data?

The cloud makes just about everything better, whether it’s email, online storage, or eDiscovery. That is, unless you’re a government lawyer trying to subpoena private user data, in which case the cloud can quic... Eric Pesale   |     13 Jul 2017
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