Category Archives: Masters Conference

Blog posts on eDiscovery | eDisclosure in December 2012

Here is a list of my blog posts of December 2012 on eDiscovery / eDisclosure and related matters. After several months of experiments, I have abandoned my Google Plus page for my short eDiscovery posts in favour of a second … Continue reading

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Short eDiscovery updates to 13 October

Most of these updates on my Google Plus site are from the week ending 6 October. After that, I was at the Masters Conference in Washington and at an event given by Symantec-Clearwell at Tower Bridge, with no time to write. … Continue reading

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Digital Reef Panel at the Masters Conference – Early Case Assessment: is it working?

I was a member of a Masters Conference panel brought together by Digital Reef to discuss the question whether early case assessment is working as a way of saving time and money in litigation, as well as for improving its … 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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Back from the Masters Conference in Washington

I am just off the plane after the Masters Conference in Washington. This is a conference which gets better every year and there is a lot to write about. I was on a panel on early case assessment led by … Continue reading

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London litigation support party coincides with eDisclosure Practice Direction launch

I believe that it was a coincidence that almost the entire UK litigation support industry gathered at the Larder in Clerkenwell on the evening before eDisclosure Practice Direction 31B passed into the rules. I do not mean that the presence … Continue reading

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Turning e-discovery news and views into a community of interest

Those of us who work in e-discovery / e-disclosure get better and better at passing information and views between ourselves.  Web sites, blogs and Twitter allow us to keep up with developments – new products, company news and cases – … Continue reading

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E-Disclosure and E-Discovery at home and abroad

I have given my first law firm talks since the Edisclosure Practice Direction became official and have started talking to my sponsors about its implications for them – the questionnaire gives them a useful and early role, if they are … Continue reading

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IQPC the best London e-disclosure conference again

The three-day IQPC Information Retention and eDisclosure Management Summit is over for another year. It is the biggest and best conference in the London calendar and one which genuinely aspires to do better each year. Everyone I spoke to seemed … Continue reading

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US-UK discovery differences on video at the Masters Conference

I have only just seen a set of short videos which His Honour Judge Simon Brown QC and I made at the Masters Conference last October in Washington. They were made by LegalQB and involved a proper studio with lighting … Continue reading

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US District Judge to Speak on Women in eDiscovery Panel at LegalTech

One of the best panels at the Masters Conference in Washington last year was  the Women Thought Leader Panel:  The Art of Negotiating E-Discovery moderated by Caitlin Murphy of CT Summation and including Shawnna Childress of LECG,  co-founder of Women … Continue reading

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PivotalDiscovery e-Disclosure video with HHJ Simon Brown QC

As a proponent of video as a means of conveying messages, it is remiss of me not to have drawn your attention to one which features His Honour Judge Simon Brown QC and me. It was made by Kina Kim … Continue reading

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Masters Conference appoints new Cabinet members

The Masters Conference yesterday published the list of those in its Cabinet. New members include Shawnna Childress of LECG and me – if one is going to join a committee, then one which includes the co-founder of Women in eDiscovery … Continue reading

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PosseList wrapup of the Masters Conference

The PosseList has managed to get out a full report of the Masters Conference and the first part of its notes on ACC Boston whilst I have yet to note up either Judge Facciola’s eleoquent keynote address at the Masters … Continue reading

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The British invade Washington again, this time to talk and learn, not burn

To say that electronic discovery is international connotes more than the cross-border ramifications of multi-jurisdictional litigation. There is commonality in the problems, the rules and the solutions, to say nothing of the implications for law firms of new ways of … Continue reading

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A pit-stop before the last lap

There is a little BlackBerry buzz in my pocket as I put my key in the door after flying sleepless overnight from Washington. Are you happy with the eleven podcasts, the message asks, and can we do a synopsis for … Continue reading

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Off to the Masters Conference in Washington DC

I have gone to the Masters Conference in Washington DC. See Packed programme for Masters Conference. I am there until Wednesday evening, staying at the Willard Hotel. See you there. Home

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Packed programme for Masters Conference

The 2009 Masters Conference takes place in Washington on 12 and 13 October. Its title, Global Corporate Change – Navigating Discovery, Risk and Security covers only a fraction of the subjects covered in two days. The best part for me … Continue reading

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Posse List post profiles Project

I find myself in the unusual position of being the subject of a blog post rather than the writer. I was interviewed in Brussels last week by Gregory Bufithis of the Posse List which describes itself accurately as “your source … Continue reading

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Top 10 tips for working with E-Discovery from Tom O’Connor

The programme for the Masters Conference in Washington on 13 and 14 October is now published. It looks set to be even better than last year’s, even if you ignore my own small part in it. I will come back … Continue reading

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The UK is well-placed between the EU and the rest of the eDiscovery world

The first big eDiscovery conference of the autumn is IQPC’s Information Retention and E-Disclosure Management Europe conference in Brussels on 30 September and 1 October. I am going there mainly to take part in a panel organised by Guidance Software … Continue reading

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Welcome to Equivio as new Project sponsor

I am delighted to welcome Equivio as a new sponsor of the e-Disclosure Information Project. As I wrote in November (see New integration and new web site for Equivio) I met CEO Amir Milo at the Masters Conference in Washington. … Continue reading

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Webinar: Benchmarking E-Discovery Methods

The webinar anticipated in this post has now taken place. My report on it, and its fortuitous coincidence with a new UK case,  can be found in my post Getting expert evidence in front of the court which also includes … Continue reading

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E-Disclosure Information Project first birthday

November marks the first anniversary of what became the E-Disclosure Information Project. It did not have that name when I ran a half-day training session for judges in Birmingham last November but it was effectively launched with that event. This … Continue reading

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Going the extra mile to understand discovery

It takes roughly twice as long to travel from Sydney to London via Washington as it does to fly directly eastbound. I could have been home in Oxford in about half of the 30 or so hours of travelling time … Continue reading

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Leadership in litigation

This is a report of a speech given by US Magistrate Judge John Facciola at the Masters Conference in Washington on 17 October 2008. Its theme was leadership. Whatever view UK lawyers and judges may take about US litigation discovery, … Continue reading

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