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[Video] How to Redact Manafort's Top-Secret Court Docs in 30 Seconds or Less

When Paul Manafort's lawyers submitted their latest pleading in federal court this morning, they left a significant amount of text redacted. Or rather "redacted." Casey C. Sullivan   |     08 Jan 2019

Making the Move to Cloud-Based Discovery: How One Firm Revolutionized Its Discovery Process

As they say, discovery is a big firm’s game. Or at least they did. Until recently, data-heavy discovery, with its antiquated technology, high-priced vendors, and higher-priced third-party experts, was only avai... Casey C. Sullivan   |     19 Dec 2018

[Infographic] eDiscovery Opportunity Costs: What Is the Most Efficient Approach?

How much does discovery cost? That’s a tricky question—and the honest answer is, it depends. Eleanor Brock   |     21 Nov 2018

Clio’s Launch//Code Competition Seeks Most Innovative Integration

Two weeks from now, in New Orleans, five apps will face off in the ultimate competition for the future of legal tech. Only one will survive. At stake, the future of legal practice. Casey C. Sullivan   |     19 Sep 2018

Why Smart Legal Teams Innovate Through Simplicity

This post is based on a talk by Logikcull COO Patrick Barry on simplicity as innovation, presented today as part of the Summit on Legal Innovation and Disruption. Casey C. Sullivan   |     13 Sep 2018

ILTACON18: Is eDiscovery Making You Aladdin Sane?

Does the complexity of your discovery process leave you feeling like you’re stuck in a labyrinth? Are skyrocketing data sizes and unforgiving deadlines putting you under pressure? Have vendor bills, nickel-and-... Casey C. Sullivan   |     15 Aug 2018

The Importance of Knowing Your Platform—And Your Opponent's

Far too often, discovery is an opaque process, characterized by black-box technologies, black-box processes, and inexplicable costs. In too many instances, discovery becomes the antithesis of the liberal transf... Casey C. Sullivan   |     14 Jun 2018

What's in the New York Times’ Investigative Arsenal? Logikcull.

Imagine this: You’re a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, known for uncovering connections that might otherwise evade scrutiny—government corruption, international intrigue, backroom dealings and the like. Ofte... Casey C. Sullivan   |     07 Jun 2018
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