Closing The Loop

Articles on eDiscovery trends

Pro Se Plaintiff Gets Pizza Costs as a Discovery Sanction

In a world of increasingly massive discovery bills—the million-dollar vendor bill here, the occasional $19 million spent on attorneys’ fees during discovery there—it’s nice to see discovery costs that seem, wel... Casey C. Sullivan   |     07 Aug 2017

Logikcull Turns a Very Lucky 13

Me: "It shouldn't be this way." Sheng: "I agree. Let's fix it." Andy Wilson   |     12 Jul 2017

Mandatory Initial Discovery: Coming to a Court Near You?

Forget “Wonder Woman,” “Transformers 19,” barbeques and days at the beach—your summer months could be characterized by something much more exciting: mandatory initial discovery! On May 1st, the federal court sy... Casey C. Sullivan   |     07 Jul 2017

When the Smoking Gun Is a 🚬🔫

How deeply have emoji, those adorable icons featuring eye rolls, hair flips, and smiling poops, penetrated our culture? Very, very deeply. Youths can engage in hours-long text messages consisting of nothing but... Casey C. Sullivan   |     06 Jul 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

How Drone and UAV Technology Will Exacerbate Data Privacy Issues

They're buzzing over your parks, photographing your wedding, even roasting your Thanksgiving turkeys. They're drones and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), those futuristic flying devices that can be found everyw... Eric Pesale   |     12 May 2017

Is the Internet of Things the Future of eDiscovery?

The Internet of Things, that ever growing universe of connected devices that includes everything from baby monitors to electric grid sensors, is driving a data explosion. By 2020, Cisco estimates, the IoT will ... Casey C. Sullivan   |     08 May 2017

Everything Is One Thing and That’s Information Governance

When it comes to securing clients’ and businesses’ most sensitive data, more and more attention is being paid to eDiscovery. After all, the discovery process gathers a treasure trove of valuable information, fr... Casey C. Sullivan   |     04 May 2017
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