Google Plus eDiscovery and eDisclosure posts to 5 May

It has been a month since I published my last list of articles published on Google Plus and said that I would not be doing any more of them.

I speedily repented of that as the stream of interesting articles about eDiscovery and eDisclosure kept rolling by. I know of no other medium which combines each of use with reasonably good SEO. One compelling reason for continuing is that these lists, which are inevitably keyword rich, themelves index very well and if part of the aim is to spread information about eDiscovery / eDisclosure and its players, then I cannot ignore “findability”.

Here they are, in reverse order. There are more comprehensive indexes of recent additions to both the Google Plus and the Blog posts here.

Orangutans which look like Boris Johnson

Privacy compliance a requirement as Skadden Arps chooses Relativity

Planning the journey from Londinium to Eburacum

Nuix publishes Defensible Deletion report by Katey Wood of ESG

The Dominic Regan podcast for IQPC’s London Summit

Recommind’s Howard Sklar on computer-assisted review for the CPS

Technology-Assisted Review – technical experts to talk to the science

Ontario Case on relevance and privilege – L’Abbé v Allen-Vanguard

The drought reaches Oxford

A guide to logical fallacies

Apersee webinar with AccessData – Early and Often – 30 May

Empire Discovery adds OrcaTec to iCONECT’s Xera and kCura’s Relativity

Epiq Systems Q1 2012 results show 133% eDiscovery growth

kCura recognises RenewData as a Relativity Best in Service Partner

Craig Ball – a Bill of Rights for E-Discovery

LawTechCamp London June 29

Nuix donates $44,000 from Proof Finder sales to Room to Read

ILTA Insight in London – Beyond the Traditional Law Firm IT – 8 & 9 May

Symantec’s Matt Nelson summarises Judge Carter’s decision upholding Judge Peck’s predictive coding Opinion

UK government promises to improve airport queue delays

CY4OR’s Keith Cottenden writes about the scale and nature of cyber crime

Video: Bill “Sauce Boss” Wharton entertains (and how) at the iCONECT Global Summit on Litigation Technology

Law Firms take note: Nikon takes Symantec’s Clearwell eDiscovery Platform in house

Google Apps Vault Brings Information Governance to Google Apps

Guidance Software launches EnCase Forensic 7.03 for Faster, More Efficient Investigations

Predictive Coding – its Providers and its Synonyms from Rob Robinson

ASIC signs Three-Year Contract with Nuix for Electronic Investigation Software

CY4OR seeks Champions for Sales and Marketing Roles in the North-West

A window into eDiscovery disputes – Day 2 of the Kleen Products case

Judge Waxse sets an evidential hearing on hearing of obviously inadequate search

Are you a Data Controller or a Data Processor? It might be helpful to know

Ten years of eDiscovery mergers, acquisitions and investments

FCPA expert Michael Volkov move to “entrepreneurial” LeClairRyan

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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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