Closing The Loop

Applying 'moneyball' to the legal department

A version of this article appeared in the January issue of Today's General Counsel. It can be found here.  Robert Hilson   |     14 Jan 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,” “a... Robert Hilson   |     13 Jan 2016

The Best Logikcull Features of 2015

Logikcull is building the most powerful, most efficient, most accessible, and easiest to use Discovery Automation tool. Check out this year’s product highlights. Robert Hilson   |     04 Jan 2016

How to capitalize on emerging e-discovery and cybersecurity career paths

Earlier this month, Jared Coseglia and Jeff Scarpitti -- the heads of TRU Staffing Partners and TRU Cyber, respectively -- joined Logikcull to give guidance on how the emergence of cybersecurity as a top corpor... Robert Hilson   |     28 Dec 2016

Judge Mix: Dearth of trials has negative impact on justice system

This is the second of our two-part interview with US Magistrate Judge Kristen Mix, of the United States District Court for the District of Colorado. In the first installment, we addressed the lack of visibility... Robert Hilson   |     22 Dec 2015

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

Judge Mix on e-discovery black boxes and blind spots: Cost, predictive coding and more

We've devoted much of this year and this particular space to confronting capital-B Big Issues -- everything from access to justice, to the gap in technology competence, to the corrosive effects of discovery-dri... Robert Hilson   |     14 Dec 2015

Judge David Campbell: Predictive coding rarely proposed, rarely used

This is the second part of Logikcull's interview with US District Court Judge David Campbell, the former chair of the advisory committee responsible for drafting newly promulgated amendments to the Federal Rule... Robert Hilson   |     09 Dec 2015
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