Closing The Loop

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How Lloyd Gosselink Slays Giants with Logikcull

Customer: Lloyd Gosselink Rochelle Townsend, P.C. Robert Hilson   |     15 Sep 2015

Judge Facciola: I'm not in the business of supporting an industry

This is part three of our three-part conversation with recently retired United States judge John Facciola, whose work over the last two decades has largely shaped the scope and application of evidentiary law. T... Robert Hilson   |     08 Sep 2015

Judge Facciola: We're walking a tightrope between two terrible alternatives

This is part two of our three-part conversation with retired United States judge John Facciola, among the foremost authorities on the relationship between technology and law. Part one is here. Below we discuss ... Robert Hilson   |     01 Sep 2015

Judge Facciola: eDiscovery costs have driven an entire economic class out of court

This is the first of three posts relaying our conversation with recently retired US judge John Facciola, widely considered to be among the most influential, and prudent, authorities on technology's impact on th... Robert Hilson   |     26 Aug 2015

Learning to live lean with Kenneth Grady of Seyfarth Shaw

Kenneth Grady is a Lean Law Evangelist. His gospel is change. And his congregation is attorneys -- which means he isn't exactly preaching to the choir. Robert Hilson   |     21 Aug 2015

Logikcull webcast 'Discovery Malpractice Is At Your Doorstep' now available

On Friday, we hosted a webcast with San Diego attorney Jeff Bennion about the malpractice risks eDiscovery involves and how to avoid them. Thanks very much to the many of you who attended, and the great respons... Robert Hilson   |     18 Aug 2015

Join Logikcull for discovery and data malpractice webcast -- Friday, Aug. 14

Join us for a FREE Discovery Malpractice Webinar on August 14, 2015 at 10am PDT / 1pm EDT. Signup is HERE Robert Hilson   |     06 Aug 2015

Cullcast #4 - Gilding the Lily with Loren Kieve

Discovery is generally thought to be an intractable part of litigation: the fact-finding process that unearths smoking guns and paints key witnesses into corners. But what if it ceased to exist? Loren Kieve, a ... Robert Hilson   |     27 Jul 2015
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