Category Archives: Project Counsel

Gartner’s Debra Logan and others at ZyLAB Universe 2011

If you cannot actually attend a conference, the next best thing is to read Project Counsel’s live tweets of the event and their subsequent reports. I was not able to attend ZyLAB Universe 2011 in Amsterdam on 24 November, but … Continue reading

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Consider document review services as well as technology

The recent dominance of predictive coding and other forms of computer-assisted review in these pages and elsewhere reflects as well as reports on the growing interest in this kind of technology. It is also inevitable that the discussion has been … Continue reading

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Judges and automated coding tools for electronic discovery

I took part this week in a podcast called Will Judges Think It Is Okay To Use Clustering and Suggestive Coding Tools? which was led by Karl Schieneman of ESI Bytes. I was the token Englishman alongside US top-drawer participants … Continue reading

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Addressing the outsourcing of document review

The word “addressing” in my title is used here as the opposite of “ignoring”. As with the use of technology, you cannot dismiss the idea of outsourcing document review without finding out who does it, how they go about it, … Continue reading

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