A relatively quiet year for electronic data discovery suggests that the bench and bar are getting more sophisticated and technology savvy
...mdash;and the continued drive, unwarranted at times in my view, for technology-assisted review), will be the need for the legal community to deal...
Five pioneer judges who shaped the evolution of e-discovery: Shira Scheindlin, Lee Rosenthal, Andrew Peck, Paul Grimm, John Facciola
Vendors respond to a request for pricing protocols, with perhaps not-surprising results
Sophisticated analytics are changing the terrain of electronic data discovery
...a cost-efficient manner. Efforts to reduce costs include promoting cooperation, proportionality, technology assisted review—or just a truce to avoid EDD. Despite these...
...office, he now serves as firmwide EDD counsel. Expect him to push technology-assisted review. David Curle commutes to the suburbs...
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
...has been completed, and confirms what many advocates have been preaching about technology-assisted review (aka predictive coding): that spending more money doesn't...
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