Closing The Loop

Casey C. Sullivan

Casey leads education and awareness efforts at Logikcull. An attorney in San Francisco, his passions include the great outdoors, great literature, and democratizing discovery. You can reach him at casey.sullivan@logikcull.com.

Posts By Casey C. Sullivan

The 3 Strangest, Cutest Public Records Requests Ever

We’re in the midst of a public records request deluge like no other. Journalists, partisans, and public advocates are inundating government agencies with a seemingly unprecedented amount of demands that governm... Casey C. Sullivan   |     09 Jun 2017

Chronic Underperformance Plagues Law Firms. Innovation Can Be the Solution.

If you feel like you could be billing more hours and working more efficiently, you’re not alone. Altman Weil’s 2017 Law Firms in Transition Survey just looked at 386 firms and found that, well, lawyers simply w... Casey C. Sullivan   |     08 Jun 2017

2017 eDiscovery Case Law Update: Six Cases You Need to Know

Six months into 2017, is it too early for an eDiscovery case law year in review? Hell no. With eDiscovery law evolving every day, six months might almost be too long to wait. Casey C. Sullivan   |     07 Jun 2017

What Happens When Your eDiscovery Vendor Is Acquired?

The eDiscovery world is consolidating at a rapid pace. May alone saw Morae Legal merge with Clutch Group, Xact Data Discovery acquired by F1 Discovery, Discovia merge with Lighthouse eDiscovery, and Altep bough... Casey C. Sullivan   |     07 Jun 2017

How the IoT Is Solving Murders and Reshaping Discovery

It was a dark and stormy night, and, somewhere, a murder was being committed -- or maybe it was an arson, or a car heist. Either way, crime has reared its ugly head and someone’s working to figure out who done ... Casey C. Sullivan   |     06 Jun 2017

Judge Peck on the IoT, TAR, and Avoiding 'Discovery About Discovery'

No one has ever accused Judge Andrew J. Peck of being too timid when it comes to pushing the bar forward, whether it’s over boilerplate objections or the benefits of certain discovery technologies. In 2011, for... Casey C. Sullivan   |     05 Jun 2017

A Teaching Experience: Judge Peck on Discovery, the Decline of Trials, and More

Judge Andrew J. Peck has been a leading name in eDiscovery all the way back to at least 1995, when he was first appointed Magistrate Judge for the Southern District of New York. Just a few months after taking t... Casey C. Sullivan   |     01 Jun 2017

Proportionality and Discovery in the Age of Social Media Oversharing

Every day, over a billion users log onto Facebook to post status updates, watch cat videos, and share articles they haven’t finished reading. More than one sixth of the world’s total population, or 1.28 billion... Casey C. Sullivan   |     31 May 2017
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