Georgetown Law Advanced E-Discovery Institute wraps up another stellar conference
Canada's Dera Nevin, managing counsel, e-discovery, at TD Bank Group, says her secret to success is "adaptability, with a side of asking lots of questions.
The inaugural information governance track at the Georgetown Advanced eDiscovery Institute examined ways to create a strong IG practice in the era of Big Data
...This isn't a mandamus action, so the appellate court can tar the judge with all manner of derisive dicta and then tap dance...
Phase I of the EDI-Oracle study shows that humans are still essential in e-discovery, older lawyers still have e-discovery chops, and don't turn EDD over to robots
...firm would like to expand its capabilities. "I've used [TAR] before in my previous positions," said Cannon. "A lot of...
...day of the IT-Lex conference by agreeing that the future of TAR was bright and that the technology would become more accepted and widespread...
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ALM climbs into the clouds, literally, to preview its new Law.com app during International Bar Association conference
Jason R. Baron leaves the U.S. National Archives for the private sector, joining Drinker Biddle with the firm's information governance and e-discovery group
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