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Columbus E-Discovery Roundtable Breakfast (Fri. Jan. 20) – “Designing an Effective E-Discovery Workflow”
Brett Burney will be participating in an E-Discovery Roundtable Breakfast on Friday, January 20, 2012 in Columbus, OH. Brett will be joining Geoff Wilcox of Black Letter Discovery, Marc Fulkert of Jones Day, and Joe Grespin of TechLaw Solutions. Details below: Topic: “Designing an Effective...
I was honored to be invited to speak at LegalTech West Coast last month (May 17 & 18), but I didn’t get a chance to post on my experiences. Fortunately, my friend Perry Segal was there and did a fantastic job of covering the show on Day 1 and Day 2. I had not met [...] I was honored to...
Tom Allman will be giving his fourth annual Fios webcast on the state of the states’ adoption of e-discovery rules on Thursday, December 9, 2010. I regard Tom as one of the most informed folks on state e-discovery rules, and regularly provides updates on the topic such as this one from...
I’m thrilled to be presenting a webinar hosted by Encore Discovery Solutions tomorrow (Friday, June 11, 2010) entitled “eDiscovery Project Management.” The topic is a popular one these days. Many legal professionals “manage” projects everyday, but the intricacies of...
An excellent IT perspective on e-discovery today from Ira Winkler entitled “Arrogant lawyers: the greatest threat to your organization.” Winkler is a well-respected writer on corporate information security.? I’ve witnessed the same scenario in corporate environments concerning...
Exciting news yesterday on two open-source tools? released by Microsoft that now give software developers remarkable insight into .PST files. This is vitally important and exciting to the world of e-discovery. One of the first places we look for information today is e-mail. And if we want e-mail,...
Clearwell is clearly a leader in the e-discovery market. My review of version 5.0 was published by Law.com a few months ago and I was very impressed. Most notable was the “Pre-Processing” module now incorporated into the Clearwell environment that provides insight into data before it...
I am attending The Masters Conference today (October 13, 2009) in Washington, D.C. I’ve attended the conference for the past two years and blogged about it both times. The highlights from last year included the keynote address from Judge John Facciola and a fascinating panel I referred to as...
I am thrilled to be participating in a live Webinar today with Tom O’Connor from the Legal Electronic Document Institute, co-hosted by Orange Legal Technologies and ILTA. Anecdotes and Lessons Rob Robinson of Orange Legal Technologies has invited Tom and me to share a few stories that...
After an Expo Hall break, both Craig Ball and Patrick Oot returned for a fabulous roundtable session where they invited the audience to ask questions and even pose specific scenarios from their own projects for collective discussion. This was an amazing opportunity to get input from two...