Mike McBride is a litigation support specialist at Bricker & Eckler. This is his personal blog. He also writes a blog on child abuse.
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Apparently, while 2011 was a year of huge changes for me, the changes just keep coming in 2012. I won’t be relocating again, but I will be switching jobs, and that is going to also impact what I’m doing on this site. I’ve accepted a Litigation Support Trainer position with AccessData. I’ll be based...
I know, I know, I’ve been pretty quiet around here of late. I promise that will change shortly, after some craziness settles down into a new normal. In the mean time, my friend Jared Coseglia shared a link on Twitter to the new podcast he is doing in combination with ILTA: In these podcasts,...
Last year it was AccessData acquiring Summation, and now that they are releasing their new version of Summation Pro, fully integrated with the FTK backend that takes you from forensic acquisition straight through to attorney review, I guess this should come as no shock. Guidance Software to...
I have to admit, I haven’t seen much coverage from blogs or Twitter about LegalTech. Part of that is my schedule being off from a typical East Coast work day, thus missing a lot of morning twitter traffic. Part of that may also be the lack of usable wifi at the hotel, at least from more »You...
V. Mary Abraham wrote about making KM a force multiplier in your law firm on 2012 today. While I wouldn’t say that you could take this exact framework and turn Litigation Support into a force multiplier, I think there’s quite a lot in this article that does apply to making better use of...
My wife has written an interesting perspective on the huge waste of time that is created when a job description is vague and doesn’t really identify the job you might be applying for. It struck a chord with me not only from previous job searches, but also from things I’ve seen and heard...
I’ve talked before about the things that show up on procedural TV shows (I’m looking at you CSI) that simply aren’t possible in the real world. Think about the number of times you’ve seen a crime drama take a crappy cell phone picture, for example, and using...
This being the end of the year, I’ve been doing a long overdue cleanup of some of my various information sources, the first being Google Reader. After taking a look at the over 300 subscriptions I had there, and removing all of the ones who haven’t posted in 2011, and a number of ones I...
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