Closing The Loop

The End of Sanctions? New Report Details Dramatic Decline in Spoliation Penalties

Are we seeing the end of eDiscovery sanctions? The data indicates a powerful trend in that direction. In the three years since the amendment of Rule 37(e) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure in December 201... Casey C. Sullivan   |     21 Mar 2019

Trends Reshaping In-House Legal Departments: Changing Relationships with OC and the Growth of a Millennial Workforce

What trends are shaping in-house legal departments today? Watch the new video from Logikcull to find out. Then read on as we survey two emerging shifts in corporate legal departments and what they could mean fo... Casey C. Sullivan   |     19 Mar 2019

[Video] If You Can Tie Your Shoes, You Can In-House eDiscovery

On March 28th, at the Summit on Legal Innovation and Disruption, Logikcull COO Patrick Barry explained how corporate legal departments can leverage simple, powerful discovery software to take control of their d... Casey C. Sullivan   |     14 Mar 2019

Logikcull Lands in the Top of the SaaS 1000 for the Second Year in a Row

For the second year in a row, Logikcull has been ranked as one of the fastest growing SaaS companies in the world by the SaaS 1000. The SaaS 1000 indexes the top SaaS, or “software as a service,” companies base... Casey C. Sullivan   |     13 Mar 2019

Emojis Are Increasingly Making Their Way Into Litigation

It’s officially 2019. We haven’t mastered FOIA response, or put a woman on Mars. But texting is next-level fun—because everyone and their mom uses emojis. 🤗 But these little, yellow icons are posing some novel... Eleanor Brock   |     07 Mar 2019

Three Ways In-House Attorneys Are Using eDiscovery Software to Reduce Legal Spend

Document review is not exactly an enticing activity: late nights, mangled DVDs, and unending piles of unread files. Add in clunky legacy software, and it’s enough to make even the most seasoned attorney conside... Eleanor Brock   |     21 Feb 2019

Logikcull Named as One of the 14 Best Remote Companies to Work For

Thanks to the internet, nothing is remote. Shapeless, formless, sometimes delightful and sometimes frightening, the internet has collapsed physical barriers and made it incredibly easy to connect across once-in... Casey C. Sullivan   |     13 Feb 2019

Did eDiscovery Undermine the Mueller Investigation?

Since his investigation into Russian election meddling began in 2017, Robert Mueller’s team has launched a massive eDiscovery effort: seizing hard drives, exporting emails accounts, and sorting through several ... Eleanor Brock   |     07 Feb 2019
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