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Judge Peck on the IoT, TAR, and Avoiding 'Discovery About Discovery'

No one has ever accused Judge Andrew J. Peck of being too timid when it comes to pushing the bar forward, whether it’s over boilerplate objections or the benefits of certain discovery technologies. In 2011, for example, ... Casey C. Sullivan, Esq.   |     05 Jun 2017

Kicking the Hornet’s Nest: Judge Francis on eDiscovery, Inherent Authority, and the Supreme Court

Over more than thirty years on the bench, Magistrate Judge James C. Francis IV has seen discovery evolve from associates sifting through stacks of paper to technologically sophisticated systems culling through vast amoun... Casey C. Sullivan, Esq.   |     25 May 2017

‘All I Need to Find Is That It Works’: Judge Maas on Modern eDiscovery

Over his 17 years as a magistrate judge for the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, Judge Frank Maas earned a nationwide reputation as a leading jurist in the area of eDiscovery law, a tech-savvy j... Casey C. Sullivan, Esq.   |     17 May 2017

eDiscovery is over. What next?

You'll recall that, many months ago, Logikcull ended eDiscovery. Robert Hilson   |     17 May 2016

Into the Wild with Earthjustice's Amanda Sharp

Logikcull is pleased to work with all our wonderful customers, but we're particularly proud of our relationship with Earthjustice. Earthjustice is legal counsel for, you guessed it, Earth. So its clients include, along w... Robert Hilson   |     13 May 2016

Cullcast: Judge Mix on opaque discovery costs, predictive coding disputes and more

In a 2005 “Meet the Rainmakers” feature for Law Practice Today, US Magistrate Judge Kristen Mix, then a distinguished trial lawyer in Denver, described herself as “highly organized,” “thorough,” “efficient,” “actively in... Robert Hilson   |     13 Jan 2016

The Logikcull Interview with US Judge Mark Bennett | Part 1 - Trial By Avalanche

Mark Bennett has been a fixture at the highest levels of the US legal system for decades. Fresh out of law school, he successfully brought the very first case he ever accepted before the Rehnquist Supreme Court in the mi... Robert Hilson   |     09 Nov 2015

Q&A with Bruce Schneier: What if your law firm is the next Ashley Madison?

If the subject is security, chances are Bruce Schneier has an opinion on it, and that opinion has been published somewhere -- on his blog, in the New York Times, on the BBC,  in the Guardian, in Wired, in one of his 13 b... Robert Hilson   |     16 Sep 2015
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