Closing The Loop

Logikcull 'Review Sets' reimagine document review for exponential savings

Logikcull is excited to announce the release of Review Sets, a groundbreaking new feature that significantly decreases the cost and improves the speed of traditional batch-based document review. Robert Hilson   |     31 Aug 2015

Judge Facciola: eDiscovery costs have driven an entire economic class out of court

This is the first of three posts relaying our conversation with recently retired US judge John Facciola, widely considered to be among the most influential, and prudent, authorities on technology's impact on th... Robert Hilson   |     26 Aug 2015

Learning to live lean with Kenneth Grady of Seyfarth Shaw

Kenneth Grady is a Lean Law Evangelist. His gospel is change. And his congregation is attorneys -- which means he isn't exactly preaching to the choir. Robert Hilson   |     21 Aug 2015

How to File a Freedom of Information Act Request [infographic]

Though it has been in place since 1967, some of us don’t fully understand—or take advantage of—the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). The act, often described as the law that keeps citizens in the know about th... Dave Austin   |     20 Aug 2015

Logikcull webcast 'Discovery Malpractice Is At Your Doorstep' now available

On Friday, we hosted a webcast with San Diego attorney Jeff Bennion about the malpractice risks eDiscovery involves and how to avoid them. Thanks very much to the many of you who attended, and the great respons... Robert Hilson   |     18 Aug 2015

Federal judges say fear of cost, naiveté drive decisions to forgo eDiscovery

"You live by the sword. You die by the sword." Robert Hilson   |     18 Aug 2015

California ethics opinion DOES NOT say hire a vendor and be done with it

There is an apparent paradox inherent to the California Bar's opinion on the ethical duties of attorneys to handle ESI in discovery. Robert Hilson   |     12 Aug 2015

Thomas Vanaskie, influential circuit judge, discusses eDiscovery cost transparency and vendor pricing

Judge Thomas Vanaskie was appointed to the U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals in 2010, having served at the federal district level in Scranton for 16 years prior. Over the course of his two decades on the benc... Robert Hilson   |     06 Aug 2015
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