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When You Fall Victim to a Cyberattack, Will Your Insurer Pay?

It’s late in the afternoon and an all-night rush to meet a deadline looms ahead. Then a message pops up on your screen, letting you know you’re the victim of a ransomware attack: “Oops,” it says, “your files ha... Casey C. Sullivan   |     18 May 2017

Now Available: 2017 eDiscovery Case Law Update Webinar

Earlier this week, Logikcull hosted a webinar reviewing the most important eDiscovery-related cases of the year thus far. The presentation addressed, among other pressing issues, sanctions developments under th... Robert Hilson   |     12 May 2017

FOIA and “Beetlejuice”: A New Approach to Public Records Requests?

The Freedom of Information Act seeks to ensure public access to federal records. Tim Burton’s 1988 film “Beetlejuice” tells the tale of a crude, comical ghost summoned from the netherworld when his name is repe... Casey C. Sullivan   |     27 Apr 2017

Microsoft's Garcia: Law firms must create 'culture of cybersecurity'

This is the second of our two-part interview with Dennis Garcia, assistant general counsel at Microsoft. Part 1 is here.  Eric Pesale   |     14 Apr 2017

Making Your Law Firm's Case for Cloud-Based eDiscovery

While it's true that law firms of a certain size and expertise are increasingly weighing whether and how to bring eDiscovery in-house, the rapid maturation of cloud-based eDiscovery software has done much to ch... Robert Hilson   |     06 Apr 2017

False certifications and phantom legal hold underlie Big Law malpractice suit

There are basically two types of malpractice: those that emerge from well-meaning mistakes and others that are akin to absentee parenting. Robert Hilson   |     15 Mar 2017

Confusion over internet basics leads to ruling all attorneys dread

And a dressing down from a judge who reasons that not even a clawback order can protect you from incompetence Editor's note: This post was authored by Logikcull's Alex Su, a former attorney. He can be reached a... Robert Hilson   |     10 Mar 2017

How Law Firms Can Recoup the Costs of Subscription Services

Unless circumstances dictate otherwise, law firms typically pass through or "bill back" to the client the costs they incur to perform e-discovery services. This can be a hairy proposition for several reasons, n... Robert Hilson   |     28 Feb 2017
2017 eDiscovery Mid-Year Review

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