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    2015-03-04 12:50:39
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    5 Things Legal Should eDiscover about IT

    Today’s IT department has morphed from service provider to corporate data hub. With the keys to the data kingdom in IT's hands, their role in the eDiscovery process is crucial. For many companies, especially those involved in complex or serial litigation, the relationship between IT and legal is probably mature....

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    2014-08-14 01:51:02
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    Law and Tech Trends: Cross-training on the Rise

    There’s an interesting trend emerging in the usually separate worlds of law and technology that is worth a closer look. Because if it really catches on, it bodes well indeed for those who dwell in the world of eDiscovery or concern themselves with information governance and data security.

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    2013-09-24 13:07:22
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    Q&A with Casey Flaherty on Tech Audits and eDiscovery

    An interview with Casey Flaherty about his “tech audit” concept, which has gotten quite a response in the legal community. Even if there’s disagreement about actual audits, it has at least nudged firms to consider how efficiently they do their work—and who’s paying the price.

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    2013-02-12 14:02:25
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    Note to Litigants: When Costs Shift, TAR Costs May Shift with Them

    In an unusual development coming out of the Southern District of California this past week, the Honorable Anthony J. Battaglia shifted Defendants’ attorney’s fees and the Defendants’ costs related to technology-assisted review to the Plaintiffs.

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    2012-12-21 06:05:29
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    Mark my keywords: experts in search can be a solution for judges

    In Assured Guar. Mun. Corp. v. UBS Real Estate Sec. Inc., 2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 167981, (S.D.N.Y. Nov. 21, 2012) Magistrate Judge James C Francis IV made two important, and I believe interestingly related statements: 1. That expert testimony was “necessary for [him] to offer an opinion as to the most efficient ...

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    2012-12-13 06:22:12
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    4-Hour Work Week for Litigation and E-discovery Attorneys?

    I recently read the book The 4-Hour Work Week by author Tim Ferriss. Apparently I was a little late to the party, because this book has been on the New York Times Bestseller List for over four years, has been translated into 35 languages, and has sold more and 1.3 million copies. In case you are also late to th...

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    2012-11-20 06:46:15
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    E-discovery, long-distance swimming, and women in law

    H5 congratulates the National Association of Women Lawyers (NAWL®) (http://www.nawl.org/) on their highly successful 8th Annual General Counsel Institute™ (GCI), held in New York City on November 8th and 9th.