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Articles on eDiscovery trends

The Prevailing Corporate E-Discovery Trends of 2015

A cursory analysis of the legal surveys published this year reveals clear themes in how corporate legal departments approach the challenges associated with electronic discovery and other data-intensive operatio... Robert Hilson   |     18 Dec 2015

To counter discovery gridlock, courts turn to shaming, cookies and other desperate acts

This post is a companion piece to an ACEDS webcast Logikcull presented yesterday on sanctions and the new e-discovery rules amendments. The recording is available here.  Robert Hilson   |     02 Dec 2015

How Young and Transitioning Lawyers Can Carve Out a Successful Niche

Imagine a superstore that sells every conceivable type of good and grocery at a bargain basement price. That place -- let's call it Walmart -- isn't where people go to buy designer shoes or hand-crafted dresser... Robert Hilson   |     19 Nov 2015

Is legal ripe for an Uber-like disruption?

Spoiler alert: No. Robert Hilson   |     22 Oct 2015

Law firms are investing in eDiscovery, but to what end?

Earlier this year, HBR Consulting released the findings of its survey of law firm e-discovery trends. The survey, which probed the ability and appetite to bring e-discovery in-house, found that, on the whole, f... Robert Hilson   |     07 Oct 2015

Meet the new eDiscovery, same as the old eDiscovery?

What's most striking about the Gibson Dunn 2015 Mid-Year E-Discovery Update is that there's not much at all striking about it. In fact, the only truly new topic of interest that has emerged this year -- the so-... Robert Hilson   |     24 Jul 2015

Our response to LegalTech News

This morning, Legaltech News published an article titled “E-Discovery a ‘Stain’ on the Legal System” in response to an open letter Logikcull and our CEO Andy Wilson published in four of the leading ALM publicat... Logikcull Team   |     21 Jul 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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