Closing The Loop

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'No Harm, No Foul' When Claiming Prejudice From Spoliation, Court Says

When it comes to requesting sanctions for ESI spoliation, you could turn to the Rule 37(e), with its extensive case law and revision history. Or you could go for something more concise, as U.S. Magistrate Judge... Casey C. Sullivan   |     28 Jul 2017

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

The FBI Won’t Give Us Comey’s Memos Either

On May 16th, the New York Times reported that FBI Director James B. Comey had been asked by President Trump to end the investigation of Michael T. Flynn, the president’s former national security advisor who res... Casey C. Sullivan   |     20 Jun 2017

9th Circuit Judge Takes Goodyear Lawyers to Task for ‘Disgraceful’ Discovery Misconduct

In the summer of 2003, the Haeger family loaded up their motorhome and headed east for a medical conference. As they were driving down the highway, their Goodyear tire blew out, sending their Gulf Stream careen... Casey C. Sullivan   |     12 Jun 2017

Logikcull is hiring software engineers! Are you up for the challenge?

WARNING: This is not a position for the faint of heart. The challenges in building Logikcull are quite literally massive. If you have no interest in helping to build a B2B SaaS platform that enables people of a... Robert Hilson   |     28 Sep 2016

10 million reasons to celebrate and say thank you

It is with great humility and excitement that we today announce big news we've been dying to share: Logikcull has raised $10 million from OpenView to bring our cloud-based Legal Intelligence platform to market.... Robert Hilson   |     23 Aug 2016

What Pokemon Go and Other 'AR' Apps Mean for eDiscovery and Privacy Law

This post was authored by Eric Pesale, a soon-to-be attorney who recently graduated from the New York Law School. Eric will contribute regularly to the Logikcull blog, focusing on the legal impact of emerging t... Eric Pesale   |     22 Aug 2016

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
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