My Google Plus eDiscovery posts to 14 August

A longer list than usual, partly because many interesting things came along and partly because I was called away for over a week before I had the chance to list them.

Law Society Gazette – No replacement yet for £10m High Court IT failure

APT Search white paper on recruitment and eDiscovery

Dangleboris – how to get the world to do your PR for you

Clarification of the DPP’s role in the Twitter Joke Trial

Nuix: Taming information with eDiscovery

Rob Robinson: eDiscovery vendors on Twitter

eDJ Group snaps up Marilyn Gladden for eDiscovery channel media services

Commonwealth Legal becomes a Relativity Consulting Partner

Greg Buckles of eDJ on CVEDR – Monkeys and Magistrates in Monterey

ESIBytes Recording – Carmel Valley E-Discovery Judicial Panel on Predictive Coding

The Irish Times – Internet is debasing our public discourse

The Lawyer: Scotland to compete with Northern Ireland as low-cost law centre

Kevin Nichols on eDJ: The CVeDR – A Different Type of eDiscovery Conference

First Advantage Litigation Consulting integrates audio discovery and conceptual search, and enhances analytics in Global RPM 5.0

Epiq Systems panel debate: judicial attitudes to technology assisted review

Nuix webinar: Deep dive into intelligent investigation with Nuix 4

You may like this Olympic parody…

Thomson Reuters on FTI survey: lawyers see benefits of computer coding, with caveats

kCura at No 15 out of 100 in Forbes’ list of Chicago’s top 100 digital companies

The relationship between keyword search and technology assisted review – Sheila Mackay of Xerox

Video – Proactive Information Governance with Nuix

Blog post re-run: Conor Crowley’s guidance on the Duty of Competence in e-Discovery applies beyond the US

While other politicians struggle to speak comprehensible English, Boris recites an Olympic ode in Latin

Guy Burgess on the NZ Law and technology blog: When will New Zealand get e-filing?

Simon Price of Recommind – Concept over keywords – why search still matters for law firms

Barry Murphy of eDJ in discussion with Mary Ann Benson of Epiq Systems: Tangible Examples of TAR

Epiq Systems Opens Hong Kong Document Review Centre

The Lawyer: First LIBOR action is in the Birmingham Mercantile Court

Howard Sklar of Recommind: Are Seed Sets the New Keyword?

Craig Ball: Train, Don’t Cull, Using keywords

Craig Ball (again), this time on the safe-keeping and recovery of irreplaceable data

Millnet’s Charles Holloway on a devilish problem

Guidance Software E-Discovery Resource Center

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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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