- Jason R. Baron: why companies should pay attention to growing data volumes and to analytics
- Information Governance Initiative – the 2015-16 IGI Annual Survey
- Civil Litigation Brief is two years old today
- APT Search is looking for a review manager in London
- ZyLAB webinar on 30 June: eDiscovery-proof your email archive
- Recommind eDisclosure webinar: powering through investigations from LIBOR to FIFA
- kCura webinar on 24 June: Second Requests demystified: using assistive review in HSR filings
- Contrasting “that whole truth and justice approach that us Yanks have” with the rest of the world. Really?
- Part 2 of iCONECT white paper: 4 reasons why they say you shouldn’t use predictive review
- See what you’ve been missing on FTI Technology’s new website
- An interview with US Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck
- Bob Tennant of Recommind on a Bloomberg panel: What does the future of work look like?
- APT Search is looking for an eDiscovery solutions sales executive in London
- Nigel Murray cycles again for Help for Heroes
- Alex Dunstan-Lee of Navigant explains the importance of the “people side” of doing an eDisclosure exercise
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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