There is no doubt that the hot topic at the moment is predictive coding following Judge Peck’s written Opinion of last week.
The rest of the eDiscovery world does not, alas, take time out to clear the stage for any one big topic, and I have captured on my Google Plus page some of the articles and points which have arisen in other areas. It is like bailing a leaky boat – as fast as I get things out of my store of interesting things to come back to, more comes in at the bottom.
I have no particular ambition to catch it all, and most of it is readily available as it happens on Twitter. Whilst we now know that Twitter is flogging off our old tweets for advertisers to mine, the reality for most of us is that what rushes past is lost as soon as it reaches the bottom of the Twitter screen. It seems worth capturing some of it as it goes. Today’s articles include, in no particular order:
That is a pretty wide range of topics to fit under the general heading eDiscovery, and barely scratches the list of things to cover.
In between all this, and rather less seriously, a three-way exchange was running on Twitter about Mr Cameron, Rebekah Brooks and the ex-police horse Raisa. I wrote about that here: