Closing The Loop

eDiscovery is a Frankenstein of our own making

Photo courtesy of Alternet.org. Michael Simon   |     06 Jul 2015

5 ways McKinney, TX showed there's no 'free' in Freedom of Information

By now, you've likely heard of the disgraced Texas cop, Eric Casebolt, who pulled his gun on a group of kids to break up a community pool party. Robert Hilson   |     30 Jun 2015

CullCast #3 - In the Belly of the Beast with Steven J. Harper

Image courtesy of the New York Times. Robert Hilson   |     25 Jun 2015

CullCast #2 - Prepping for the A.I.-Pocalypse with Matt Coatney

Photo courtesy of Geekwire.com. Robert Hilson   |     23 Jun 2015

How to Avoid Document Dumps (Hint: Read the Rules)

Those stuck inside this claustrophobic echo chamber of e-discovery "thought leadership" -- and I use this term indiscriminately -- forget that not everyone is a sixth dan black belt in ESI karate. Robert Hilson   |     22 Jun 2015

How HBO's 'Silicon Valley' nailed the absurdity of modern e-discovery in one scene

For those who don't know, "Silicon Valley" is a comedy on HBO that skewers the real-world Silicon Valley by caricaturing the power brokers and plebes who revolutionize the way we live (via Angry Birds). It focu... Robert Hilson   |     18 Jun 2015

Your law firm contracts with a vendor, but your attorneys are going off the reservation

Robert Hilson   |     17 Jun 2015

Top 6 takeaways from the Norton Rose Fulbright Litigation Trends Survey

Each year for the past 11, Norton Rose Fulbright has gauged the temperature of global litigation with a far-reaching survey of corporate counsel from all over the world. This year, 800 lawyers from 26 countries... Robert Hilson   |     15 Jun 2015
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