Category Archives: Litigation Support

AccessData MPE+ nFIELD: Fast mobile data acquisitions

AccessData MPE+ nFIELD: Fast mobile data acquisitions of potentially discoverable data created by organisations and which now lies in mobile devices Continue reading

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Eddie Sheehy of Nuix introduces the new eDiscovery features in Nuix 6

Eddie Sheehy of Nuix introduces the new eDiscovery features in Nuix 6 Continue reading

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kCura: easy workflow wins with text analytics

Constantine Pappas of kCura has written an article called Easy workflow wins with text analytics which is valuable both to existing Relativity users and to those interested in an introduction to text analytics Continue reading

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Choosing a document review platform – Lateral Data Viewpoint and iCONECT XERA

Choosing a document review platform – Lateral Data Viewpoint and iCONECT XERA Continue reading

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New version of TeCSA eDisclosure Protocol and the revival of LiST

It is a year since TeCSA – the Technology and Construction Solicitors Association – launched its eDisclosure Protocol and Guidelines. I was involved at the beginning, as moderator of a well-attended pre-launch training day, and am a member of the … Continue reading

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Huron Consulting buys Sky Analytics to reinforce legal cost management

Huron Consulting Group has announced that it will acquire legal analytics and software company Sky Analytics to support and enhance the services which Huron Legal provides to clients. Continue reading

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Recommind article: analytics and competence versus volumes in eDiscovery in 2015

Phil Favro of Recommind has published a summary on the Recommind blog of the issues facing lawyers in 2015 and calls on various experts to give their views. The growth in data volumes is seen as the biggest problem – Jason Baron is quoted as saying “[i]t’s an arms race between data and smarter analytics, and the data may be winning!” Continue reading

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Cicayda: encouragement to innovators, thinkers, and entrepreneurs in Roe Frazer’s 2015 eDiscovery predictions

Cicayda CEO Roe Frazer gives his eDiscovery predictions for 2015 Continue reading

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Tristan Jenkinson of Navigant talks about the relationship between forensics and electronic discovery

What is “forensics” and what does it have to do with electronic discovery / eDisclosure? Tristan Jenkinson of Navigant is a forensics expert, and he examines the relationship between forensics and the discovery in this short video. Continue reading

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APT Search seeks eDiscovery product specialist

APT Search specialises in recruitment for enclosure / eDiscovery posts. Among other opportunities now available is one for an eDiscovery product specialist based in London. The position is part of a Client Support Services team. The role involves, among other … Continue reading

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Nuix webinar on 28 January: eDiscovery – are you seeing the whole picture?

A Nuix webinar on 28 January will consider what happens if you are missing chunks of data which never makes it into the review system. The speakers are Craig Ball, Zach Nolte of DTI Global and Scott Cohen of Winston & Strawn. Continue reading

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Guidance Software webinar on 14 January: Placing the suspect behind the keyboard

Guidance Software is presenting a webinar on 14 January at 11.00am PST called Placing the suspect behind the keyboard. Brett Shavers will focus on the “who”, “what”, “where” and “when” which are the key questions for forensic investigators. Continue reading

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kCura webinar on 22 January: Building information governance policies and workflows

kCura is presenting a webinar on 22 January at 4.00pm GMT with the title Building information governance policies and workflows. The guest speaker is Bennett Borden of Drinker Biddle & Reath, one of the founders of the information governance initiative. Rene Laurens from kCura is the host. Continue reading

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ZyLAB recorded webinar: Tribute to Judge Facciola on the occasion of his retirement

Towards the end of last year I took part in a webinar organised by ZyLAB in tribute to US Magistrate Judge John Facciola on his then impending retirement. That webinar is now available as a download Continue reading

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Epiq Systems webcast on data security on 15 January

Epiq Systems is presenting a webinar called Resilient Defense: Best practices in preparing for cyber warfare on 15 January. Subjects include regulatory requirements relating to the safekeeping of data and the responsibility of law firms for the security aspects of keeping client data. Continue reading

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Forensic foresight and data divinations for 2015 from Eddie Sheehy of Nuix

Eddie Sheehy, CEO of Nuix, has made his Forensic Foresight and Data Divinations for 2015. The central part of his prediction includes the need to understand what is in an organisation’s data, the need to classify it by value, and the need to apply an action to the classified data, such as moving or deleting it. Continue reading

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Two significant job opportunities in London from APT Search

eDisclosure / eDiscovery recruitment specialist APT Search is looking for people to fill two senior eDiscovery / eDisclosure roles in London. One is as a review manager. The other is for a Business Development Manager Continue reading

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iCONECT-XERA now offers corporate branding

iCONECT has now added the ability to have customised corporate branding on its interface Continue reading

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Video guide: Nuix 6 web review and analytics new features

Video guide: Nuix 6 web review and analytics new features Continue reading

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Guidance Software: sharing site security threat intelligence across American industries

An article by Mark Harrington, General Counsel at Guidance Software, has the title How Legal Can Leverage the Latest Version of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework. Continue reading

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Epiq Systems: Media Planning 101 for Lawyers

Epiq Systems has published a set of articles with the title Media Planning 101. They are primarily to do with class action notifications, but have wider application, for any circumstance in which notice must be given to large groups of people, not all of whom are identifiable Continue reading

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Huron Legal teams up with Commonwealth Legal to bring cost-effective eDiscovery review to Canada

Huron Legal has announced a tie-up with Commonwealth Legal following a number of significant review projects which they have done together. That has now been extended into a cross-border alliance which brings Huron Legal’s competitive review solutions into the Canadian marketplace. Continue reading

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Cicayda article: Being ready to give discovery from anything

Marc Jenkins of Cicayda has written about the wide range of devices which capture potentially discoverable information in his article How is your litigation fitness? Continue reading

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APT Search is looking for a litigation support consultant in London

eDiscovery / eDisclosure recruitment specialist APT Search is seeking to recruit a litigation support consultant for a law firm with offices around the world. Continue reading

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Publications and an event from the Information Governance Initiative

In a very short time, the Information Governance Initiative has become the most authoritative voice on the subject of information governance – the need for it, the best way to achieve it and the benefits of it. The latest News … Continue reading

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ILTA expanding beyond North America

Following a successful ILTA Insight in London, ILTA plans to expand its presence outside North America. Continue reading

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Using Equivio Zoom to streamline eDiscovery processing capabilities

LogicForce has taken Equivio Zoom to streamline its eDiscovery processing capability. A look at Equivio’s website shows what tools Equivio offers to reduce the data pile, allowing lawyers to see the important documents quickly and make decisions about them Continue reading

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InnoXcell Asia Symposium 2015 in Hong Kong

InnoXcell has announced a three-day event covering legal risk, compliance, eDiscovery, financial crime, corporate corporate governance and data privacy, to take place in Hong Kong from 14 to 16 April 2015. The programme looks good. Continue reading

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iCONECT with Content Analyst offers free predictive coding for pro bono cases

I have written recently about iCONECT’s initiative which makes its iCONECT-XERA review software available free for certain pro bono cases. ICONECT has taken a further step in this direction by an alliance with Content Analyst which makes predictive coding freely available for pro bono cases through iCONECT’s worldwide network of law firm, government and hosting vendor clients. Continue reading

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Guidance Software EnCase now integrates with DropBox

EnCase eDiscovery from Guidance Software now integrates with DropBox for Business for eDiscovery of enterprise data from the cloud Continue reading

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kCura webinar on 11 December – Relativity Fest Judicial Panel Part II

On 11 December (that’s TODAY) at 10.30 CST, kCura present Part II of the Judicial Panel on E-Discovery. Like the first one, the panel is moderated by David Horrigan. subjects include BYOD, mobile, data privacy, and how updates to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure will affect e-discovery. Continue reading

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Consilio webinar on 10 December: Audio, Chat and Mobile – managing non-traditional datatypes

Consilio is presenting a webinar in conjunction with EDRM on 10 December at 10:00am Central | 4:00pm GMT with the title Audio, Chat and Mobile – tips for effectively managing non-traditional datatypes. The primary focus in this webinar is on the datatypes specifically created by financial services institutions, most notably Bloomberg chat and audio recordings. Continue reading

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Guidance Software webinar on Wednesday, 10 December: eDiscovery 2014 – the year in review

I am one of the participants in a webinar to be presented by Guidance Software on Wednesday 10 December at 11:00am PST | 2.00pm EST. The more significant presenters are US Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck and Chad McManamy of Guidance Software. Between us, we will look back over the year 2014 Continue reading

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Nuix webinar on 3 December: Defending data – how do you compare?

Ari Kaplan is taking part in a webinar organised by Nuix on 3 December at 8am PST / 11am EST / 4pm GMT (UK) to consider, amongst other things, how to detect and remedy breaches and their effects as quickly as possible Continue reading

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Xerox Litigation Services: keeping both the speed and quality of review at acceptable levels

How quickly ought one to review documents, and is it any business of the court to consider the relationship between the speed of review and its quality? How can you increase review speed without reducing quality by an unacceptable extent? … Continue reading

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ZyLAB webinar on 2 December – Audio search with speed and precision

On 2 December (that is, TODAY) at 5.00pm GMT, Johannes Scholtes, Chief Strategy Office at ZyLAB, will give a web presentation called Audio search with speed and precision. In his talk, Jan Scholtes will discuss the ever-increasing importance of audio … Continue reading

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APT Search has a software sales and a forensic position among others

The home page of APT Search always seems to have a list of open positions for people with eDiscovery skills. There are open positions for a sales executive and a forensic consultant at the moment Continue reading

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Registration open for CEIC 2015 in Las Vegas

CEIC is the one of the biggest digital investigations conferences of its kind. It is run by Guidance Software and offers lab sessions and training for practical skills, forensics, eDiscovery and cybersecurity intelligence. This year it runs over four days, from 18 to 21 May, at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas Continue reading

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ZyLAB Webinar on 3 December: a tribute to Judge Facciola

I am taking part in a webinar tribute to Judge Facciola on 3 December at 1:00pm EST in the company of US Magistrate Judge John Facciola, Mary Mack of ZyLAB and Craig Ball. Continue reading

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Epiq Systems article: technology assisted review – an essential tool in age of big data

Martin Bonney is Director, International Consulting Services there. He has written an article called Essential Tool in the Age of Big Data which is the clearest explanation you are likely to find of the use of technology-assisted review in the search and analysis of large data volumes. Continue reading

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Nuix webinar on 2 December: beat the forensic backlog with Nuix and ADF

eDiscovery processing company Nuix joins forces with forensic software company ADF Solutions to deliver a webinar called Beat the Forensic Backlog with Nuix and ADF on Tuesday 2 December at 8am PST / 11am EST / 4pm GMT The speakers include Paul … Continue reading

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AccessData spins out Resolution1 Security to capitalise on growth in cybersecurity market

AccessData has announced that its cybersecurity business is to be spun out from AccessData into a freestanding company called Resolution1 Security. The change takes effect on 1 January 2015. Continue reading

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Fourth ASU–Arkfeld eDiscovery and Digital Evidence Conference

I took part last year in the third annual ASU–Arkfeld eDiscovery and Digital Evidence Conference at Arizona State University and very much enjoyed it. The fourth such event has now been announced. It will take place from 11-13 March 2015 … Continue reading

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UBIC obtains a Japanese patent for predictive technology using behavioural models

UBIC has extended its reach into big data analysis services with a new Japanese patent for what is called preventive profiling Continue reading

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NightOwl Discovery White Paper – Seed Sets: the Disclosure Debate

David Wallack of NightOwl Discovery has written a paper focusing on one difficulty of technology-assisted review, the disclosure of a seed set’s contents and the inclusion of irrelevant documents while building the sets. Continue reading

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Iris Arc wins Best Service Provider Solution in Relativity Innovation Awards

I have written before about Iris Arc, the managed services option developed by IRIS Data Services to enable Iris clients to have oversight and administrative control of Iris’s instance of Relativity. Arc has come out on top in the first … Continue reading

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ILTA Insight 2014 in London – the event and the venue

Before leaving the subject of ILTA Insight (see the two posts which precede this one), I should say that ILTA Insight offered all that one could hope for from a London-based conference. The venue at 155 Bishopsgate, was easily the best … Continue reading

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ILTA Insight – the future by those whose future it is

This is the second post about three events which I attended last week. There is a tenuous common theme to do with the range of subjects gathered under the broad label “eDiscovery” and the career opportunities which it offers. The … Continue reading

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Consilio expands Brussels office and opens an office in Amsterdam

eDiscovery provider Consilio continues to extend its reach in Europe with the expansion of its existing Brussels office and the opening of a new office in Amsterdam. Continue reading

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APT Search seeks eDiscovery Project Manager for London

APT Search, which specialises in recruitment for eDisclosure / eDiscovery, is looking for a Project Manager on behalf of a London-based eDiscovery consulting company. Continue reading

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Deeper integration between Nuix and iCONECT

Nuix and iCONECT has extended their existing partnership with a deeper integration between Nuix is eDiscovery software and iCONECT’s XERA review platform. Continue reading

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Guidance Software webinar today: A Triage and Collection Strategy for Time-Sensitive Investigations

Guidance Software is giving a webinar today, 19 November, at 11.00am PST called A Triage and Collection Strategy for Time-Sensitive Investigations. Continue reading

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AccessData webinar on 18 November: Summation 5.6 – Setting the bar for legal review

AccessData has recently announced the latest version of its review platform, Summation 5.6. There is an Apersee webinar on Tuesday 18 November at 1:00pm Central when George Socha and Tom Gelbmann of Apersee will talk to Keith Schrodt of AccessData about the new features in Summation. Continue reading

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Nuix webinar on 12 November: the embracing proportionality in the age of big data

Nuix is presenting a webinar on 12 November at 9.00am PT / 12.00pm ET / 5.00pm BST called Embracing proportionality in the age of big data. The webinar is to be given by U.S. Magistrate Judge James Francis, Eric Mandel of Zelle Hofmann Voelbel & Mason LLP, Craig Ball, Attorney and Forensic Technologist and Certified Computer Forensic Examiner, and Roxanna Prelo Friedrich, Esq., Director, Client Services at Nuix. Continue reading

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AccessData: bring eDiscovery hardware in house with Summation Appliance

I have written before about AccessData’s Summation Appliance which allows organisations to bring AccessData’s eDiscovery appliance models and managed service offerings behind the firewall to meet the challenges they face when bringing eDiscovery solutions in-house. An article called Bring E-Discovery Hardware In-House for … Continue reading

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Huron Legal GC Focus: Don’t just manage your information – govern it

The current edition of GC Focus includes an article from Huron Legal called Don’t just manage your information – govern it which addresses the increasingly urgent subject of information governance. Continue reading

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Videos from the Nuix User Exchange

Videos of talks by Nuix CEO Eddie Sheehy and CTO Stephen Stewart at the Nuix User Exchange Continue reading

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Equivio Zoom for Information Governance

Equivio splits its website between eDiscovery and Information Governance, reflecting the substantial additional functionality added to Equivio Zoom to allow users to deal with the significant complexities of Information Governance on top of those required for eDiscovery. Continue reading

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Recommind webinar on 19 November: painless discovery in the cloud

Recommind and Box are jointly presenting a webinar on Wednesday 19 November at 10:00am PST 1:00 PM EST called Painless discovery in the cloud. Continue reading

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kCura: how much does your company spend on legal hold?

The advice@kCura blog is designed to help Relativity users on a range of practical subjects likely to be of importance to users. A recent article is called How much does your company spend on legal hold? Continue reading

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kCura webinar on 11 December: Relativity Fest Judicial Panel on eDiscovery Part 2

One of the main attractions at kCura’s Relativity Fest was a judicial panel comprising Judges Nora Barry Fischer, Andrew Peck, Xavier Rodriguez, and David Waxse. It was moderated by David Horrigan of 451 Research and the key topics were trends … Continue reading

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UBIC takes Big Data analysis into the pharmaceutical field

It is perhaps a characteristic of all professional people that they believe their work to be somehow “special”, something that only they understand and can do. We see this in electronic discovery, where, as technology develops to reduce or eliminate … Continue reading

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Technology integration and partnership between Equivio and Nuix

The new strategic relationship between Equivio and Nuix, which is announced here, enables a bidirectional data conversation between Equivio’s advanced analytics platform, Equivio Zoom, and the Nuix engine with its parallel processing technology and scalable, fast and accurate data indexing. Continue reading

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FTI webinar: 5 steps to saving money in eDiscovery

FTI Technology has a webinar TODAY at 11.00am PST called Advice from Counsel: Your E-Discovery Manager Thinks You Can Save Money with These Five Steps. FTI is good at asking litigation support teams to share their advice on how lawyers can make … Continue reading

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Tanya Gross of Navigant Consulting talks about the technology changes which allow proportionate disclosure of audio data

Tanya Gross of Navigant talks about the technology changes which allow proportionate disclosure of audio data Continue reading

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APT Search has a position for a review manager

APT Search has an interesting and senior position as a Managed Review Lead / Review Manager / review manager. Continue reading

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iCONECT offer no- charge licensing for pro bono cases

Here’s an interesting development. iCONECT, makers of the iCONECT-XERA document review platform, has announced that those engaged on Pro Bono projects can use XERA for no charge on those projects. There is a press release about this here. Licensing is … Continue reading

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AccessData to release Summation 5.6 in November

AccessData to release Summation 5.6 in November Continue reading

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ZyLAB webinar on 30 October: Making information work to uncover business value

I am one of the speakers in a webinar to be given by ZyLAB on Thursday 30 October called Making information work to uncover business value. The other speaker is Johannes Scholtes, Chairman and Chief Strategy Officer, of ZyLAB Continue reading

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Bringing on the young ones at ILTA Insight in London on 13 November

The session lineup has been finalised for ILTA Insight, the one-day London version of the conference organised by the International Legal Technology Association. There is no registration cost for delegates from law firms and law departments. Continue reading

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APT Search – London-based eDiscovery Consultant

eDisclosure / eDiscovery recruitment specialist APT Search is looking for an eDiscovery consultant to join a leading London-based consultancy. Continue reading

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Guidance Software discussion in Atlanta on 21 October: Cloud, Mobile and Social Media applications

Guidance Software is organising a session in Atlanta 21st of October with the title Cloud, Mobile and Social Media in Litigation. These three concepts – cloud, mobile and social media – overlap in that most social media is generated on mobile devices and stored in the cloud. Continue reading

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Nuix IG Twitter chat: information transparency

I was not able to take part in the Twitter chat led by Julie Colgan and Brian Tuemmler of Nuix on 15 October. Fortunately, the discussion was captured in a Storify which you can find here.

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Cicayda making its mark and its marketing

eDiscovery software developer Cicayda appeared apparently from nowhere and quickly established itself as a contender in a very competitive market. This defied the predictions of many commentators (including me) who did not think that we would see any new developer … Continue reading

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Enhanced Bloomberg Review Solution from Consilio

Consilio has launched a solution which streamlines the review of Instant Bloomberg archives. It augments data for better searching and discovery workflow purposes and introduces a real-time, dynamic filter to accelerate reviews, reduce costs and give increased accuracy. Instant Bloomberg is … Continue reading

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Off to Prague for the LawTech Europe Congress 2014

I am off at the end of the week for the Third Lawtech Europe Congress. It is billed as covering electronic evidence, computer forensics, cyber security and legal technology and runs from Sunday evening until the middle of Tuesday. Continue reading

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AccessData webinar on 23 October: Don’t Let Smartphones Outsmart Your Mobile Device Discovery Needs

AccessData’s software range covers everything from identification and collection and all the other eDiscovery processes through to review, as well as computer forensics (which is where AccessData began) and cybersecurity. AccessData has developed a particular expertise in the extraction of … Continue reading

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HP Autonomy webinar on 22 October: Trends, pain-points and solutions in UK disclosure

HP Autonomy is giving a webinar on 22 October at 15.00 BST with the title Trends, pain-points and solutions in UK disclosure. I am one of the participants; Matthew Davis, Litigation Support Lawyer at Hogan Lovells is another; the moderator … Continue reading

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APT Search: eDiscovery Project Manager in London

eDisclosure recruitment specialist APT Search is looking for an experienced project manager for a top-tier eDiscovery consultancy. Continue reading

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Cicayda: Social media content as evidence

An article by Roe Frazer, CEO of eDiscovery software provider Cicayda, is called Social media content can tip the litigation scales. It reminds us that the purpose of discovery / disclosure is not just compliance with rules and adherence to processes but finding evidence. Continue reading

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FTI Technology Webcasts

FTI Technology runs a comprehensive series of webcasts. Some of them are technical in nature and aimed at those who are users of FTU Ringtail and other FTI products or might become so; others cover the law and practice of eDiscovery in all its forms. Amongst them is FTI’s recent series on Global eDiscovery in which I have a particular interest since I participated in two of them. Continue reading

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iCONECT XERA product overview video

One of my recurring themes is that lawyers ought at least to understand what eDiscovery tools exist and what they do. You do not need the express obligations imposed by professional and court rules to feel obliged to know something … Continue reading

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Nuix webinar – Advanced investigative workflows with Nuix Web Review and Analytics

I have referred before to a Nuix webinar called Getting started with Nuix Web Review and Analytics. Nuix has now followed that with one called Advanced Investigative Workflows which looks at what the latest release of Nuix Web Review and … Continue reading

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Epiq Systems: Document Storage Tips: Inside the Email Vault

An article by Jon Kessler, Director, Epiq Systems Forensic Consulting Group, has the title Document Storage Tips: Inside the Email Vault. its main focus is to explain to lawyers, whether in-house lawyers or external ones, how such systems work, what their benefits and possible limitations are, and, crucially, what factors arise when planning to give discovery from them. Continue reading

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ZyLAB webinar: practical considerations on how to buy discovery software

ZyLAB is presenting a webinar on Monday 13 October at 1:00pm EST called Practical considerations on how to buy eDiscovery software. It seems that many companies never add up what they spend on electronic discovery during the year, perhaps lumping the … Continue reading

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Guidance Software webinar on 20 October: A Day in the Life of a Procter & Gamble E-Discovery Manager

Guidance Software is presenting a webinar on 20 October at 2:00 pm edt with the title A Day in the Life of a Procter & Gamble E-Discovery Manager. The speaker is Scott Van Nice, E-Discovery Manager Procter & Gamble ,who will talk about his role and how a two-person team is able to handle ediscovery for a large company. Continue reading

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Iris Data Systems: how to change the way your firm thinks about eDiscovery

An article by Daniel Gold on the Iris blog called How to change the way your firm thinks about eDiscovery promotes the benefits of managed services for eDiscovery Continue reading

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Recommind webinar on 9 October: Switching horses midstream: the case(law?) for prioritised review

Recommind webinar on 9 October: Switching horses midstream: the case (law?) for prioritised review Continue reading

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Nuix webinar on 16 October: End-to-End eDiscovery with Nuix

Nuix is presenting a webinar on 16 October at 1:00pm Central in conjunction with EDRM called End-to-End eDiscovery with Nuix. Continue reading

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NightOwl appoints Simon Collins as Director of Discovery, EU

I wrote recently about the data hosting and review centre opened by NightOwl Discovery in Dublin. Nightowl has now appointed Simon Collins, formerly of EY in Dublin, as Director of Discovery, EU. Continue reading

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UBIC obtains new Japanese patent for predictive coding technology

The Japanese Patent Office has granted UBIC a new patent related to their implementation of predictive coding. Continue reading

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APT Search: Junior Project Manager for eDiscovery consultancy

eDiscovery recruitment specialist APT Search is looking for a Junior Project Manager for an eDiscovery consulting company. The job is based in London. Continue reading

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Recommind integrates Axcelerate with EMC’s SourceOne

Recommind has announced that its eDiscovery and text analytics platform Axcelerate now integrates with EMC’s SourceOne. SourceOne archives documents, emails and SharePoint content, and Axcelerate can now collect custodian information and content for internal audits, investigations and litigation. Continue reading

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A tribute to Browning Marean on the day of his memorial service

I was unable to get to Browning Marean’s memorial service in Escondido on 20 September. I instead, I made a short video on that day from the place we stayed at in Cornwall Continue reading

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ILTA 2014: Big Data analytics for lawyers

This is one of a set of posts about the content and the discussion at ILTA 2014 in Nashville. Originally intended as a single post, the result was too long for that and I decided to split them up. See … Continue reading

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Getting ready for the Equivio TAR 201 webinar on 23 September

Getting ready for the Equivio TAR 201 webinar on 23 September Continue reading

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Huron Consulting named among the best firms to work for

Huron Consulting named among the best firms to work for Continue reading

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Virtual LegalTech today: AccessData on resolving security threats

At 1:00pm ET on today’s Virtual LegalTech, AccessData brings us one called Dropping the “Hammer” on security threats with rapid detection and resolution. Many security threats and breaches are not discovered until they have happened; by that stage, it is … Continue reading

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Virtual LegalTech today – kCura on intelligent collection

On Virtual LegalTech today at 4:45 PM, kCura has a session called Intelligent collection – the keystone to efficient eDiscovery: how to streamline eDiscovery investigations by empowering legal and business teams during the collection stage. Continue reading

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