Short eDiscovery updates to 20 October

Here is a summary of the (relatively few) eDiscovery updates posted on my Google Plus page between 14 and 20 October.

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Xerox adds streamlined redaction to its upgraded Omnix 5.4 discovery platform

The headline feature in the new release of the Xerox XLS discovery platform Omnix is a redactions tool which allows redactions to be applied automatically, together with reasons for the redaction, to specific terms in documents based on search results and advanced text pattern hits. The new tool also allows reverse redactions, that is, the blanking out of anything in a document which does not meet certain criteria. [More]

Published: 16 October 2012

G+ Post | Link to Source | Xerox Litigation Services

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Going it alone: Millnet comment on Drinker Biddle’s in-house discovery function

I wrote recently about the subsidiary company set up by Chicago firm Drinker Biddle to manage the eDiscovery function for the firm’s litigation clients.  This development was said by the firm to be a reaction to the high costs of involving external providers of eDiscovery services. I described this reaction as a conventional market development, a way of fighting back as others encroach on your traditional territory. [More]

Published: 16 October 2012

G+ Post | Link to Source | Millnet

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A Very Gallant Gentleman – Captain Oates walks out into the snow

The article Going it alone, by Millnet’s Charles Holloway, mentioned below, includes a part of the painting called A Very Gallant Gentleman  painted in 1913 by John Charles Dolman.  It depicts Lawrence Oates, a member of Scott’s ill-fated 1912 Antarctic expedition, going out into the snow to die alone because his ill-health was slowing the others down. His last words, “I am just going outside and may be some time”, are taken as the epitome of self-sacrificing courage, causing Scott to write that Oates “died a very gallant gentleman”. [More]

Published: 16 October 2012

G+ Post | Millnet

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Nuix and RSD partnership aims to bring data in from the cold

eDiscovery and Information Governance software company Nuix has joined forces with Geneva-based RSD to help organisations identify and tag documents and data which lie outside the formal document repositories. Once found, documents can be brought in from the cold, left where they are or deleted according to the policies in force in the company.

The partnership involves the incorporation of the Nuix search and analysis technology into the RSD GLASS 3 platform.

Published: 17 October 2012

G+ Post | Link to Source | Nuix

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Recommind: The ROI of Predictive Coding – Thursday, 18 October

This webinar discusses the cost savings and the quality improvements associated with Predictive Coding. It is obviously good to be able to assess in advance what the return will be on the investment in any technology. Two things are needed to begin – some metrics from past cases in order to see what the typical cost is, and some idea of the percentage reduction which might be achieved using the proposed technology. Given the cost of review, you do not need a very high percentage reduction to pay for the use of the technology. [More]

Published: 17 October 2012

G+ Post | Link to Source | Recommind

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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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