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Must Read: Leading Federal Judges in Conversation on eDiscovery & More

Last Thursday, Logikcull released “Views From the Bench: Leading Federal Judges in Conversation on eDiscovery and More,” which brings together the thoughts of a dozen federal judges—Judges Shira Scheindlin, Dav... Casey C. Sullivan   |     18 Sep 2017

How Well Do You Know Your eDiscovery Judges? (Quiz)

For years, Logikcull has interviewed leading federal judges for this blog, in interviews that regularly touched on perennial eDiscovery topics: the role of judges in the discovery process; the effect of discove... Casey C. Sullivan   |     15 Sep 2017

How to Avoid eDiscovery Production Disasters: New Webinar

Angry clients, embarrassing headlines, potential malpractice claims, reputational damage, fees and sanctions, these are just some of the possible consequences of an eDiscovery production gone wrong. And given t... Casey C. Sullivan   |     13 Sep 2017

Your Next Case Could Turn on Social Media Evidence

Social media is the new email. And just like email reshaped litigation over the past two decades, social media is slowly but surely transforming how law is practiced today, creating vast new sources of evidence... Casey C. Sullivan   |     30 Aug 2017

New Webinar on Social Media and the Law

There are now nearly three billion active social media users across the world. That’s almost half the global population, regularly commenting on the news, networking online, and, yes, uploading pictures of thei... Casey C. Sullivan   |     15 Aug 2017

Rise of Cryptocurrencies Could Pose Problems for eDiscovery

Welcome to the age of Bitcoin.  And Ether.  And Monero.  With roughly 970 cryptocurrencies currently circulating in the digital nethersphere, forms of payment that were once favored by cybercriminals and TOR ne... Eric Pesale   |     27 Jul 2017

Getting Rid of the ROT: A Q&A on Data Disposition With John Isaza

Almost all the data in your possession is ROT. That’s “redundant, outdated, or trivial,” data that rarely serves a purpose. According to some estimates, 70 percent or more of stored data is ROT. Yet many organi... Casey C. Sullivan   |     26 Jul 2017

Blair and Maron (Still) Must Die!

This is part two of Michael Simon's piece on why Blair and Maron's dated study needs to stop exerting so much influence in the eDiscovery industry. Part one can be read here.  Computer systems have gotten much ... Michael Simon   |     29 Jun 2017
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