Recent eDiscovery Posts on Google Plus

Arguments continue as to the value of Google Plus as a FaceBook rival. I don’t much care about that, only about its ability to attract wider audiences. It is working for me (well, something is) and I continue to put short posts on my Google Plus page, cross-linked both from occasional summary posts here and from my web site.

Quite apart from the SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) value, this allows me to cover a wide range of subjects and pick up more of the many useful articles which come by without triggering an email to my Blog subscribers with every addition.

Recent additions on Google Plus include the following:

Applied Discovery and Relativity announce strategic partnership

FTI Consulting, Guidance Software and Nuix in the Above the Law Research Corner

“Shit” e-mail drops midwife in the shit

IAAC Guide to Forensic Readiness for Organisations, Security Advisers and Lawyers

InfoRiskAwareness – Mark Surguy of Eversheds on Meaningless Information

Significant changes to Singapore eDiscovery Practice Direction

Taylor Wessing adds Singapore firm RHT to its network

Catalyst summarises Judge Peck’s Computer-Assisted Review primer

Recommind’s Howard Sklar on diminishing marginal returns in document review


About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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