Category Archives: Applied Discovery

Short eDiscovery updates to 29 September

I was at a Washington conference for much of the week ending 22 September and the updates for that week are correspondingly reduced in number. This selection covers two weeks’ of my Google+ updates. Some of them relate to webinars … Continue reading

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Short eDiscovery Updates to 9 September 2012

This adopts my experimental new format which bundles my Google Plus posts for a period (not necessarily a fixed period) and makes their text available here, together with links to the G+ posts, to the source and to some of … Continue reading

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Relativity – channelling the enthusiasm at kCura

kCura’s growth prompts thoughts about how companies and industries (and empires and whole civilisations come to that) start and grow, and how they must keep moving forward to stay at the top. The accepted wisdom, promoted by Gartner in its … Continue reading

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Recent eDiscovery Posts on Google Plus

Arguments continue as to the value of Google Plus as a FaceBook rival. I don’t much care about that, only about its ability to attract wider audiences. It is working for me (well, something is) and I continue to put … Continue reading

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Who explains eDisclosure sources to the lawyers and the court?

An article by US lawyer and eDiscovery expert Jon Resnick of Applied Discovery has application in UK proceedings as well as in the US. Who on your side actually understands where the client’s data is and what is involved in … Continue reading

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Equivio adds Applied Discovery, LDM Global and others to a growing list

It can be quite difficult keeping up with those who sponsor the eDisclosure Information Project, quite apart from the wider eDiscovery/eDisclosure market. Some of them seem to assume that I pick up news by some magical process; others broadcast little … Continue reading

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Lawyers replaced by computers for ediscovery search – a retrospective

The dust is settling on the debate aroused by the John Markoff article in the New York Times of 4 March headed Armies of Expensive Lawyers, Replaced by Cheaper Software. We can’t have that, so I thought I would keep … Continue reading

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Lessons from Applied Discovery Proportionality panel in Toronto

It sounds a bit flippant to say that I went to Toronto for breakfast. It certainly would not do as an answer to the immigration official asking the purpose of my visit. Readers with long memories may recall two earlier … Continue reading

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A quick eDiscovery trip to Singapore

I got back at dawn this morning from the InnoXcell eDiscovery conference in Singapore. I was only there for the two days of the conference and had only just got back from a one day trip to Toronto to attend … Continue reading

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Proportionality making you think and making you laugh

My own notes on Applied Discovery’s excellent Toronto panel on proportionality are still in draft. Virginia Henschel,  Vice President of E-Discovery Affairs for Applied Discovery, has beaten me to it, and her report is here. It includes some useful links. … Continue reading

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Sedona Conference Commentary on Proportionality in Electronic Discovery

As a shortcut to the Sedona Conference Commentary on Proportionality in Electronic Discovery, I refer you to the excellent  K & L Gates Electronic Discovery Law site  which gives a summary of the Sedona Conference’s eagerly awaited commentary on proportionality … Continue reading

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Roundup of The Masters Conference 2010

“We have been travelling since we saw you last. We have been in America, entertaining the Americans whose need, let’s face it, is greater even than yours. Of course when we’re over there we say that the other way round” … Continue reading

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ILTA 2010 wrap

This is my third (and last) article about ILTA 2010 Strategic Unity which closed in Las Vegas last week. My first article was a scene-setter, designed to give the flavour of the event and to explain why I thought it … Continue reading

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Applied Discovery + EMC + Kazeon offer combined services for collection, ECA and Review

It used to be quite easy to explain to lawyers what was the role of each player in the discovery process. It was easiest, of course, in the days when the only application was a photocopier. Many lawyers, I think, … Continue reading

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International eDiscovery Panel at CEIC

There is one major difference between the general run of discovery problems and those relating to international and cross-border discovery. The former are soluble – competence and co-operation coupled with judicial management would fix most ediscovery problems tomorrow; the trans-jurisdictional … Continue reading

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451 Group e-Discovery and e-Disclosure report points up the pain of purchasing decisions

The 451 Group, Rob Robinson of Applied Discovery, and I each have different roles in the business of spreading information about e-Discovery and e-Disclosure. The 451 Group is a technology analyst company whose business involves in-depth knowledge of enterprise IT … Continue reading

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IQPC Corporate Counsel Exchange in Brussels 18 – 20 April

I am off to Brussels at the weekend for IQPC’s Corporate Counsel Exchange. The format for this conference is rather different from the conventional series of panel discussions and platform speeches – there are plenty of these, but the primary … Continue reading

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eDiscovery April Fools

I have already written about Applied Discovery’s Reviewitter.  CaseCentral came up with the first eco-embedded, carbon-neutral, green platform for environmentally efficient eDiscovery. Good stuff, albeit slightly undermined by the fact that so much verbal effluent is tossed out into the … Continue reading

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Applied Discovery launches Reviewitter – a new review tool for e-Discovery

Today, 1 April, Applied Discovery announces the launch of a new review tool. Called Reviewitter, it is designed to allow the truncation and review of unstructured data into 140 character reviewable documents. The press release carriers an endorsement from Greg … Continue reading

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A proper welcome to Applied Discovery as a new sponsor

I promised a proper welcome to Applied Discovery when I put up a short post on 16 February to draw attention to the arrival of their logo. These Welcome posts are generally the only occasion when I invite collaboration on … Continue reading

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Applied Discovery joins the Project’s sponsors

I will do a proper welcome post shortly, and this is just a brief note to welcome Applied Discovery to the ranks of the sponsors of the e-Disclosure Information Project. I wrote about the company recently (see Applied Discovery gets … Continue reading

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Two entries in one week in the Weekly E-Discovery Snapshot

My job is promoting the eDiscovery industry and the companies who engage in it, and I do not focus much on promoting me.  I cannot resist this, though. Having an article listed in the Weekly E-Discovery Snapshot which Rob Robinson … Continue reading

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Posse List interviews with eDiscovery leaders

The Posse List is running a new series called “Data! Data! Data!” — Cures for a General Counsel’s ESI nightmares. The commentary, as always, is to the point. Of yet more interest is the series of interviews in which they … Continue reading

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Applied Discovery gets new marketing wind behind it

Good eDiscovery marketing must give would-be clients useful information and help, not just shout “buy me” with a list of functions and benefits. All forms of media must be pressed into service, and value lies more in helpful content than … Continue reading

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