Category Archives: Andrew Haslam

eDisclosure expert Andrew Haslam joins Squire Patton Boggs in the UK

Squire Patton Boggs is a US-led firm with a worldwide presence, with offices in Europe, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East and beyond. Its global legal practice is well supported by appropriate technology including knowledge management and project management tools. It has … Continue reading

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Evidence, privacy and proportionality at Lawtech Europe Congress in Prague

I have no particular ambition to write up events as soon as they finish. Distance lends perspective, and anything worth reporting at all will be as valuable a couple of months later. The Civil Procedure Rules of England and Wales … Continue reading

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Something for everyone at IQPC’s Information Governance and eDisclosure Summit

If you want a rounded account of IQPC’s successful Information Governance and eDisclosure Summit in London this week, this is not the place to find it. I was involved in five events over the three days and spent most of … Continue reading

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LawTech Futures 2012 – the Future of Legal Conference Marketing

I did not attend LawTech Futures 2012 – the Future of Legal Technology, the conference organised by Netlaw Media and the Orange Rag’s Charles Christian last week. There is enough to do on my own patch without straying into the … Continue reading

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A UK view of LegalTech from Andrew Haslam

Each year, Andrew Haslam of Allvision writes a comprehensive report of LegalTech through the eyes of UK visitors. I say “visitors” in the plural because Andrew solicits contributions and views from others and splices them together. This year, it seems, … Continue reading

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Levelling out after LegalTech

LegalTech, UK educational sessions and calls from law firms, an LPO conference, Irish eDiscovery, litigation as an invisible export, legal blogging in New York and eDiscovery in Germany all help to pass the time. By and large, I find that … Continue reading

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Substantial e-Disclosure figures exercise for charity

Andrew Haslam of Allvision and Nigel Murray of Trilantic have one or two things in common: they are both long-time and well-known figures in the UK e-Disclosure scene, and are both figures of substance in more ways than one, usually … Continue reading

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LegalTech 2010: Andrew Haslam reports for the Orange Rag and the 451 Group delivers market analysis

My unspoken deal with Andrew Haslam of Allvision after LegalTech each year is that I will write a heavyweight report on the business trends for the ensuing year, and will also write an anecdotal local colour story designed to convey … Continue reading

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Gartner, Hong Kong and civil servants inspire reader comments

Recent comments from readers cover the Gartner report on the litigation software market, the state of play in Hong Kong, and the bright light which has suddenly been shone on the need for government departments to approach electronic disclosure in … Continue reading

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Welcome to Legal Inc as e-Disclosure Information Project sponsor

I am delighted to welcome Legal Inc as a sponsor of the e-Disclosure Information Project, joining a group which is increasingly representative of the full range of e-disclosure suppliers and service providers. Legal Inc was set up by Lisa Burton … Continue reading

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Legal Inc panel at LegalTech lives up to its billing

Litigation support providers from the relatively small UK market  made a good showing at LegalTech in New York this year. Amongst them was Legal Inc who hosted a panel of luminaries moderated by Charles Christian of Legal Technology Insider. LTi … Continue reading

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Legal Inc and Andrew Haslam to work together

Litigation services provider Legal Inc has linked up with e-disclosure consultant Andrew Haslam of Allvision. Andrew Haslam will work on the design and delivery of disclosure services and projects and will provide strategic consultancy and business development advice. Both are … Continue reading

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