The CT Summation Blog is edited by Josh Gilland, ESQ. Josh Gilland, Business Development Manager for CT Summation and a former practicing attorney, has used CT Summation products in complex business cases and criminal appellate matters.
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The rising star of Web 2.0 has brought the dawn of social and professional networking sites such as Facebook, MySpace and LinkedIn. These free services have grown in popularity so that it’s rare to find a person under the age of 35 who doesn’t have some type of personal Web page. With the dawning...
I presented to 45 state judges and Supreme Court Justices at the Montana Judicial Conference on e-Discovery, admissibility and the impact of ESI in litigation. It was a privilege to travel to Big Sky Country and meet judges facing electronic discovery challenges. Once I got over the awe...
CT Summation hosted its first Best Practices Summit in Washington, DC on May 20, 2008. Attendees came from Washington, Baltimore, Toronto, Miami, Alabama and New York for this capacity-attendance summit. The CT Summation Best Practices Summit featured a keynote address by Michael Berman,...
CT Summation hosted two educational webinars with e-Discovery experts William Kellermann of Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich, & Rosati, PC and Tom O’Connor of the Gulf Coast Legal Technology. Both graciously took time out of their day for two separate webinars in which they discussed the top...
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I recently posted on YouTube videos being used as exhibits that highlighting illegal conduct. I regret having an example so quickly. Eight teenagers were arrested for beating a teenage girl in Lakeland, Florida. The youth beat up the victim so they could make a YouTube video. The assault...
Anyone with a teenager has probably seen a grossly excessive phone bill from text messaging. Young people use instant messaging (IM) for social use, even going to the point of ending relationships by IM. Both forms of instant communication use the same language shorthand, such as “LOL” to...
Businesses for decades have protected themselves from unlimited jurisdiction with forum selection clauses, a contractual provision that specifies the jurisdiction in the event of a dispute. Forum selection clauses give a company “contractual predictability,” thus have the potential to reduce the...
The Internet allows anyone to anonymously post information on the Net. Websites often have no contact information besides a generic email address. The anonymity of some websites and the inability of any meaningful way to find the individuals running them makes service of process a significant...
New video cameras on the market take YouTube ready video. It is a matter of time before it is commonplace for these cameras to immediately upload footage via embedded wireless to YouTube. For many plaintiff attorneys and district attorneys, this is a dream come true: People have the tools to...