Closing The Loop

The unexamined consequences of taxing eDiscovery costs against losers

Image courtesy of theupstart.co. Robert Hilson   |     14 Jul 2015

Find out how much Samsung paid for eDiscovery in its case against Apple

Litigation costs incurred for eDiscovery are notoriously opaque and rarely disclosed for public consumption. This is, perhaps, part of the reason they continue to elude wider scrutiny, even though organizations... Robert Hilson   |     07 Jul 2015

eDiscovery is a Frankenstein of our own making

Photo courtesy of Alternet.org. Michael Simon   |     06 Jul 2015

5 ways McKinney, TX showed there's no 'free' in Freedom of Information

By now, you've likely heard of the disgraced Texas cop, Eric Casebolt, who pulled his gun on a group of kids to break up a community pool party. Robert Hilson   |     30 Jun 2015

CullCast #3 - In the Belly of the Beast with Steven J. Harper

Image courtesy of the New York Times. Robert Hilson   |     25 Jun 2015

CullCast #2 - Prepping for the A.I.-Pocalypse with Matt Coatney

Photo courtesy of Geekwire.com. Robert Hilson   |     23 Jun 2015

How to Avoid Document Dumps (Hint: Read the Rules)

Those stuck inside this claustrophobic echo chamber of e-discovery "thought leadership" -- and I use this term indiscriminately -- forget that not everyone is a sixth dan black belt in ESI karate. Robert Hilson   |     22 Jun 2015

How HBO's 'Silicon Valley' nailed the absurdity of modern e-discovery in one scene

For those who don't know, "Silicon Valley" is a comedy on HBO that skewers the real-world Silicon Valley by caricaturing the power brokers and plebes who revolutionize the way we live (via Angry Birds). It focu... Robert Hilson   |     18 Jun 2015

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