Category Archives: 7Safe

New web sites and a case study make good marketing

Although the nuts and bolts of what I do involves e-discovery / e-disclosure rules and the crossover between rules and practice on the one hand and technology on the other, my real interest lies in marketing, with a self imposed … Continue reading

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Video illustration of forensic collections tool

I am always looking out for new ways of getting to wider audiences. Although you cannot beat actually talking to people, the Internet offers other ways conveying information. Forensics collection experts 7Safe have produced a video about their data collection … Continue reading

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E-Disclosure law, practice and technology in one educational package

The first of the E-disclosure seminars organised jointly by Professor Dominic Regan and me took place yesterday at Ely Place Chambers. Dominic and I were joined by Senior Master Whitaker and by speakers from three technology providers, 7Safe, Legal Inc … Continue reading

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Reminder: Dominic Regan and Chris Dale on e-Disclosure at Ely Place Chambers on 12 May

Professor Dominic Regan and I will be leading a seminar from 2.00 until 5.15 on Wednesday 12th  May at Ely Place Chambers on the subject of electronic disclosure of documents. Lord Justice Jackson’s only recommendation in relation to e-disclosure was … Continue reading

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Reminder: 7Safe eDiscovery networking event tomorrow

A reminder that 7Safe are hosting an eDiscovery networking event tomorrow evening at the The Hoxton Hotel, 81 Great Eastern Street, London EC2A 3HU at 6.30pm. I will be giving a brief overview of the many developments which are going … Continue reading

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7Safe eDiscovery networking event on 15 April

7Safe is holding an eDiscovery networking event on Thursday 15 April at The Hoxton Hotel, 81 Great Eastern Street, London EC2A 3HU at 6.30pm. It is to mark the official launch of their hosting of Anacomp’s CaseLogistix, one of the … Continue reading

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Spring Offensive in the eDisclosure War

It feels suddenly as if a new phase is opening up in the war to tackle the wasted costs of e-disclosure. If the Rule Committee’s recent failure to grasp the nettle seemed a rebuff, there is a new Spring Offensive … Continue reading

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7Safe White Paper: the inter-relation between computer forensics and e-Disclosure

7Safe has published a white paper which I co-wrote with James Kent of 7Safe. Its purpose is to explain, mainly to lawyers, the role of a forensic collection of data in the subsequent proceedings, whether those be civil or criminal … Continue reading

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7Safe launches UK Security Breach Investigations Report 2010

Mysterious messages have been appearing on Twitter all week like “In 85% of data breach cases, payment card information was stolen”. They all lead back to an analysis of data compromise cases over an 18 month period which 7Safe have … Continue reading

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Seeing Nuix at LegalTech

I try to avoid spending too much time at LegalTech looking at applications. I am much more interested in talking and listening to people, and three days is just not long enough to fit everything in. I generally limit my … Continue reading

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Anacomp divests to focus on CaseLogistix, eDiscovery and litigation

Anacomp has sold its MVS Division to DecisionOne in order to focus on eDiscovery with its document review application CaseLogistix and the services which go with it. 2010 should be the right year to concentrate on eDiscovery You would probably … Continue reading

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Strategic alliance allows 7Safe to host Anacomp’s CaseLogistix

What is the seating etiquette if you go to a wedding knowing both parties? Do you have to make an invidious choice between one side of the church and the other? Perhaps you sit in the aisle or hang from … Continue reading

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7Safe blogs to keep us informed about e-disclosure forensics

E-disclosure Information Project sponsor 7Safe has joined the growing number of businesses using a blog to pass on information about what it does and what is happening in the company. It is a powerful and cheap marketing medium whatever you … Continue reading

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Ark Group e-Disclosure Conference 2009

You can generate a lot of notes in six conference days in three countries in nine days and have little time to transcribe them. I am quite good at actually recording what people say, less so at the small but … Continue reading

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Labour’s fall may be matched by litigation’s recovery

I have just sent off my slides for my keynote speech at the Ark Group’s e-disclosure conference on Monday 9 June. Its title is The Empty Bear Garden, and it is about the decline of litigation since the CPR of … Continue reading

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Compliance with the demands of an e-disclosure diary

I don’t think I envisaged a peaceful life when I decided to commit all my time to promoting electronic disclosure, but I am not sure either that I foresaw this much activity compressed into a short space. It is just … Continue reading

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