- Karyn Harty of McCann FitzGerald: eDiscovery in Ireland and the Irish Bank Resolution case
- Q&A: Reasons for using Viewpoint from Xerox Legal Business Services
- The Microsoft Warrant appeal decision and US exceptionalism in a changing world
- iCONECT secures multi-million dollar funding to support development of iCONECT-XERA and other initiatives
- Epiq talk on 15 July to Hong Kong Academy of Law about handling digital data
- Disclosing native files by default – proportionate common sense in any jurisdiction
- Consilio paper: How technology can support data protection compliance
- The UK summer of 2016 explained for foreigners…oh, hold on, there’s news coming in..
- Fronteo and Nuix partnership brings Nuix processing power to Fronteo products
- iCONECT brings out XERA-CONECT to keep you on top of eDiscovery projects on the move
- FTI webinar on 12 July: Smarter investigations in the App Age
- eDiscovery Business Confidence survey: onward and upward?
- Interview: Ed Spencer of Taylor Wessing on Pyrrho and predictive coding
- Karyn Harty talks about McCann FitzGerald’s Data Investigations Group
- eBook from AccessData to help CIOs and CISOs plan to meet changing demands
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Monthly Archives: June 2007
Is it true that the judges boycotted the opening party for the new Ministry of Justice or did the MoJ just forget to tell them about it? And will anyone remember the civil courts in the excitement over prisons and … Continue reading
Let me confess at once that I missed the Civil Procedure Rule Committee Open Meeting on Friday, which limits somewhat my scope for writing about it. Mind you, I thought it was the Rule Committee Open Day and was quite … Continue reading
Anacomp Inc, a large US provider of document and business process management solutions, has acquired CaseLogistix, the evidence and litigation management software company from Nashville, Tennessee.
To Broadgate last night for Trilantic’s last Third Thursday party, although by the time I got home it felt as if it had been last Thursday’s third party. Nigel Murray’s parties tend to leave one feeling as if one has … Continue reading