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Mueller Has Millions of Documents to Review—A Task That Could Be Easier Than Expected

Last week, FBI agents raided the offices of Michael D. Cohen, President Donald Trump’s long-time personal lawyer and self-described “fixer,” a raid the President decried as an attack on attorney-client privileg... Casey C. Sullivan   |     18 Apr 2018

Logikcull Ranked in Top 100 Fastest-Growing SaaS Companies

Logikcull’s growth is fueled by our customer’s success. So it’s a sign of the strength of the Logikcull community that today Logikcull was ranked 95 on The SaaS 1000, which tracks the fastest growing “Software ... Casey C. Sullivan   |     07 Mar 2018

Email Tracking Programs Create Ethics Quandaries & Information Treasure Troves

When you open an email, you might be getting a lot more than just a message from a colleague. Unbeknownst to you, that email could contain a tiny tracking pixel that can inform the email’s sender not only that ... Casey C. Sullivan   |     14 Feb 2018

New Initial Discovery Guidelines for Wage and Hour Cases

Get ready for a new, more standardized approach to discovery—at least in certain federal wage and hour lawsuits. Early this year, the Federal Judicial Center released a new set of protocols meant to guide the d... Casey C. Sullivan   |     07 Feb 2018

Trump, Clinton, Political Scandal, and eDiscovey

The history of eDiscovery arguably began with a political scandal: Iran-Contra. The Iran-Contra affair saw the Reagan administration accused of selling arms to Iran and funneling the profits from those sales to... Casey C. Sullivan   |     01 Feb 2018

Logikcull Raises $25 Million in 17 Days. A Message From Our CEO To Our Customers & Employees: Thank You!

We have some exciting news to share today: we’ve raised a $25 million Series B round! And we did it in just 17 days so that we could get back to work on making discovery instant and accessible for everyone. Andy Wilson   |     29 Jan 2018

In the Eyes of Big Corporate Clients, Smaller Firms Are Better

In-house legal departments are “crying out for a more sophisticated and data-driven approach” to finding and managing their outside counsel—and they’re looking to work more closely with smaller, innovative firm... Casey C. Sullivan   |     25 Jan 2018

iPhone Data Becomes Key Witness in Murder Trial

A murder trial in Germany could hinge on a novel piece of evidence: health data from the accused’s phone. Hussein Khavari is accused of raping and killing Maria Ladenburger in Freiburg im Breisgau. The details ... Casey C. Sullivan   |     24 Jan 2018
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