Another look at LegalTech New York's unforgettable moments, including my most memorable moment when the Kroll Ontrack hospitality suite caught on fire because the catering crew accidentally dropped a
In Tech Circuit, LegalTech New York (Part I), we lamented about how difficult it was to pick among the many options at the legal technology show, be it seminars, keynotes, parties, plenary sessions,
So much for Thanksgiving vacation plans for the lawyers and consultants who advise Hewlett-Packard Co. and Autonomy. Instead of turkey they were probably inhaling Maalox after HP divulged that it was
...music, and theater -- with excellent company. The first keynote...and Smith (small firm), John Deere (corporate law department), and the...
...Corporate Law Department: John Deere. Under the leadership of global e-discovery counsel Jennifer Hamilton, the company developed a 430-point rating system...
The report includes:• Hard Sell?: Albert Barsocchini reviews ACEDS' certification program and examination.• Ralph Losey & the E-Discovery Team Training, by Monica Bay• Chere Estrin
Leonard Deutchman, GC of consultancy LDiscovery, writes that there is little doubt that producing parties routinely consider e-discovery production costs to determine whether to fight or settle, and
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By limiting the consequences of inadvertent production, Rule 502 of the Federal Rules of Evidence aimed to reduce the burden of conducting expensive preproduction privilege reviews. While the rule pr
...has finally conquered the in-house legal market -- 88 percent of the companies surveyed use it. And the march to the laptop continues, despite worries...
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