Category Archives: Litigation Support

CYFOR helping clients with swaps claims

I was away for part of July and missed an article by eDiscovery and forensics experts CYFOR about work they are doing to help clients involved in swap / interest rate hedging product disputes. The article by eDisclosure consultant Lydia … Continue reading

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Casey Flaherty talks about the expectations which corporates have, or should have, about their lawyers

Former in-house Counsel Casey Flaherty has set up a business called Cost Control to help companies manage legal spend. He makes no secret of his conviction that many outside lawyers offer poor value to their corporate clients because they do … Continue reading

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APT Search is looking for a review manager in London

APT Search, who specialise in eDiscovery / eDisclosure recruitment, are seeking someone to take the role of management review leader / review manager based in London. The successful applicant will have a legal background and at least seven years’ experience … Continue reading

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Nigel Murray cycles again for Help for Heroes

For several years now, eDiscovery and data privacy consultant Nigel Murray has been taking part in the Big Battlefield Bike Ride which raises money for Help for Heroes, a charity supporting those severely injured while serving in the armed forces. … Continue reading

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Lawyer competence tops the bill at the 10th eDiscovery and IG Summit in London

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As I reached home after the second day of IQPC’s 10th eDiscovery and Information Governance Summit, cold, soaked through, and knackered after two days in which I had sat down only to eat or moderate panels, an email arrived…. I … Continue reading

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Revival of LiST – the Litigation Support Technology Group

LiST – The Litigation Support Technology Group – is a London-based think tank with international reach. It was originally formed in 2003 by a group of litigation support specialists with the aim of encouraging and developing a uniformity of approach … Continue reading

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APT Search expands to meet information governance demand

APT Search is a specialist recruiter whose focus is on eDiscovery / eDisclosure. Its founder is Amit Pandit and, so far as I can see, nearly everybody in the UK eDisclosure business values Amit’s advice whether they are an employer … Continue reading

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APT Search is looking for an eDiscovery Product Specialist for London

APT Search, which specialises in recruitment for eDiscovery / eDisclosure, is looking on behalf of a client for a product specialist to work as part of “client support services”. The person they are seeking will be used to working directly with … Continue reading

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Consolidation on a single blog

My recent post, Taking a breather from eDiscovery events, did not intend to give the impression, as it did to at least one person, that I am knocking off for a bit. That’s a nice thought, but the only thing … Continue reading

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Relativity blog: 3 Takeaways from Judge Peck’s Rio Tinto opinion

Inevitably, there has been a great deal of comment on the recent Opinion delivered by US Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck in the Rio Tinto case. I wrote about it, in tandem with a summary of an Irish judgment of the same week, in an article called TAR-red with the same brush in the US and Ireland. One of the most succinct summaries comes from Constantine Pappas at kCura, in an article called More Da Silva: 3 Takeaways from Judge Peck’s Rio Tinto Opinion. Continue reading

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Sensitive Data Finder from Nuix

Nuix has launched Sensitive Data Finder, a new tool designed to aid compliance with privacy laws and data protection regulations amongst other things. Its secret is the ability to identify high-risk and high-value information very quickly. Continue reading

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UBIC takes part in research on AI-based system to mitigate patients at risk of falling

UBIC has been conducting joint research with the NTT medical centre in Tokyo on a project whose purpose is to assess the risk that patients will fall over. Continue reading

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ZyLAB webinar on 2 April – Bridging the gap between Legal and IT to increase efficiency and reduce risk

ZyLAB is sponsoring a webinar on 2 April with the title Bridging the gap between legal and IT to increase efficiency and reduce risk. I am one of the participants; the other is Mary Mack, Enterprise Technology Counsel at ZyLAB. Continue reading

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APT Search is looking for a Business Development Consultant in London

APT Search is seeking a Business Development Consultant for an international legal services company in its London office. Experience in sales is an obvious prerequisite, including international sales in Europe and Asia. Continue reading

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Equivio launches Equivio Zoom v4.0 and Zoom Tab in Relativity v3.0

Equivio has launched a major product release with Equivio Zoom v4.0 and Zoom Tab for Relativity V3.0. Zoom is Equivio’s eDiscovery platform, combining predictive coding and analytics including thematic analysis, near-duping, email threading, batching and language detection. Continue reading

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Iris Data Services launches pro bono website

Iris Data Services, the ever-growing provider of eDiscovery managed services, has launched a new online service called Lawyer | Nonprofit Connect, whose purpose is to help lawyers and non-profit organisations find each other. Continue reading

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Xerox Litigation Services on China’s new data and cybersecurity regulations

Xerox Litigation Services‘ increasing interest in the Asia-Pacific region appeared in an interesting article on the Xerox E-Discovery Talk blog last year by Rachel Teisch about the new Hong Kong eDiscovery practice direction. It was called A Game-Changer for E-Discovery in Hong … Continue reading

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FTI Technology paper: eDiscovery in Asia

FTI Technology has published a helpful paper called eDiscovery in Asia as a guide to the practical, legal and cultural issues which arise when eDiscovery demands (mainly but not always from the US) are made in Asia. It can be … Continue reading

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Recommind webinar on 25 March: Total Visibility for eDisclosure Review

The latest release of Recommind’s Axcelerate 5 introduces interactive, customisable dashboards with visualise analytics about eDiscovery productivity and review. This is the subject of a webinar to the presented by Neil Etheridge and David Nicholls of Recommind on 25th March at 5:00pm GMT. Continue reading

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Epiq Systems expands its data breach solutions

Although I come across Epiq Systems mainly in relation to its worldwide eDiscovery services, it offers a much wider range of integrated technology solutions for the legal profession, including a group specialising in data breach solutions. Epiq has now appointed … Continue reading

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Nuix eDiscovery specialist training in London on 25-26 March

Nuix is offering eDiscovery specialist training courses in London on 25 and 26 March consisting of two days of specialised workflow training. Those who attend will work through a complete eDiscovery project, from ingestion ingestion of unstructured data through to … Continue reading

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Guidance Software webinar on 18 March: enhancing digital investigations with Belkasoft

Guidance Software is organising a webinar on Wednesday 18 March at 11:00am PST in conjunction with its EnCase App Central partner Belkasoft. The webinar is called Enhancing Digital Investigations with Belkasoft, and covers evidence found in social media which can help make a case for digital investigators. Continue reading

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LawTech NZ next week in Auckland with Nuix and FTI

LawTech NZ, the 3rd annual New Zealand Law and Technology Conference, is taking place in Auckland on 18 March. Continue reading

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Video shows CYFOR at new heights

The long-standing UK eDiscovery and digital forensics provider formerly known as CY4OR has recently rebranded itself as CYFOR, with a new website which emphasises that it has long since moved beyond its roots as a digital forensics company and added eDisclosure and cybersecurity skills and technology, among other things, to its services. Continue reading

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APT Search seeks a project manager in London

APT Search has have a post for a project manager based in London as part of the practice support group litigation department of a client. The role include liaison, consulting and the provision of technical services to the company’s lawyers Continue reading

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Recommind eDiscovery Professionals Symposium in London on 16 March

Recommind is holding its inaugural London eDiscovery Professionals Symposium in London on 16 March. The programme, which runs from tea at 15:30 through to drinks at 18:00, has a mixture of discussion about eDiscovery and Information Governance and updates on Recommind Axcelerate 5.3. Continue reading

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Relativity Spring Launch Roadshow in London on 22 April

For the last two years, kCura has had a Spring Roadshow in London. This has had two primary purposes – a specific one in that new products have been announced there, and a more general one reflecting the importance of … Continue reading

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EDRM webinar today: Getting Cloud Data from the New Big Three: Google, iCloud & MS Office 365

There is a webinar taking place today at 1:00pm Central with the title Getting Cloud Data from the New Big Three: Google, iCloud & MS Office 365. Continue reading

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AccessData presents an opportunity to test drive its products

AccessData is offering a test drive demo to allow prospective users the opportunity to try its full products for 20 days. The offer applies to MPE plus and (shortly) to FTK and MPE+ nField. Continue reading

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CEIC agenda live online

CEIC 2015 takes place at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas from 18 to 21 May. Its agenda is now live online and ready to be explored. Continue reading

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kCura webinar today: text analytics in action – finding the “killer patent”

kCura is participating in a webinar today, 17 February, called Text Analytics in Action: Finding the “Killer Patent”. Ryan Hynes and Evan McAlpine of kCura are the main participants, and the webinar is moderated by Andy Moore, Publisher of KMWorld. Continue reading

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UBIC webinar on 18 February: cross-border issues in eDiscovery

UBIC is the sponsor of an EDRM / Apersee webinar called Cross-border issues in eDiscovery to be broadcast on 18 February, at 1:00pm Central / 7:00pm GMT. The broad issues arising in this context are reasonably clear, deriving not merely … Continue reading

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Xerox Litigation Services on the Big Data Analytics Track at LegalTech

Xerox Litigation Services on the Big Data Analytics Track at LegalTech Continue reading

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HP focuses on Information Governance and eDiscovery at LegalTech

HP has a series of panel sessions at LegalTech on the related themes of information governance and eDiscovery. Titles include Information Management in the Age of the New Attorney, Counsel’s Secret Weapon in the Information Wars: Governance Strategies and Tactics and How to Take Advantage of the Cloud for eDiscovery. Continue reading

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iCONECT and Nuix Deliver Direct-to-Database Integration

Nuix and iCONECT have completed delivery of “Direct to Database” (D2D) integration between Nuix eDiscovery and iCONECT-XERA®. Nuix users can now automatically create an iCONECT-XERA database and transfer extracted document data for review from within Nuix eDiscovery Workbench. Continue reading

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Roe Frazer of Cicayda interviewed by Chris Dale in Prague

Roe Frazer is CEO of Nashville-based eDiscovery software company Cicayda. Cicayda is proud to be different from its competitors in everything from the development tools which it uses to its marketing style. Continue reading

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iCONECT to talk about content visualisation at LegalTech

Iram Arras of iCONECT is to lead a presentation at LegalTech called Seeing is believing: machine learning powered content visualisation for the enterprise on 4 February at 3:45 PM Continue reading

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Recommind adds business intelligence to Axcelerate 5

Recommind has added new functionality to Axcelerate 5 which gives visibility into the time, cost and quality of document review, showing everything from project expenses to staffing levels and performance, resource allocation and other factors fundamental to business decision-making. Continue reading

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Cicayda unifies all its applications into one platform

Cicayda is unifying all these applications and its search engine into one platform, called Reprise which embraces its cloud-based review software and workflow engine, search and analytics and other functions. Cicayda emphasises that it has developed all these tools itself and that there are no extra charges for the advanced analytics. Continue reading

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Epiq Systems announce global partnership with Contoural to deliver information governance solutions

Epiq Systems announce global partnership with Contoural to deliver information governance solutions Continue reading

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Huron Legal track at LegalTech: cost control and using analytics to proactively manage

Huron Legal is sponsoring the Day 2 track at LegalTech called Cost control and using analytics to proactively manage. There are three sessions, Analytics and information governance, Analytics to enhance litigation and discovery strategy, and Analytics for progressive law department management. Continue reading

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Why I go to LegalTech

This is personal – it is about what I go to LegalTech for. As I make clear below, if you are a potential buyer of software, then LegalTech is the perfect place to see demos of everything relevant under one … Continue reading

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Global bank selects Resolution1 for cyber incident response

Resolution1 is the cybersecurity specialist company recently spun out of AccessData. It has recently published a paper about the use of its cyber incident response by a UK-based global bank. Continue reading

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iCONECT offers transcript management with Opus 2 Magnum

iCONECT offers transcript management with Opus 2 Magnum Continue reading

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Nuix brings its early case assessment tools to Lighthouse eDiscovery

Every month seems to bring us a new example of an eDiscovery services provider integrating Nuix into its client offerings. The most recent of these is Lighthouse eDiscovery which has incorporated Nuix Web Review and Analytics into Lighthouse ECA. Lighthouse … Continue reading

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Riverview Law video: Cometh the hour

I offer you this video from Riverview Law for two reasons: the first is the reason for which they made it – to draw attention to their own willingness to offer fixed price fees and other alternative fee arrangements to … Continue reading

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Show the human side of your business with video – examples from EY

I rather like some videos released recently by EY aimed primarily at encouraging people to join, and aspire to partnership at, EY. You can find them here. I watched the one about Sanjay Bhandari, a partner in the fraud investigation … Continue reading

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The Relativity experience at LegalTech

kCura is organising or taking part in a series of events at LegalTech, covering remediation in information governance, working whilst mobile using Relativity Binders and the use of Relativity Analytics. kCura is also offering the opportunity to register for exams … Continue reading

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ZyLAB announces a new Channel Partner Program

ZyLAB, which specialises in eDiscovery and information governance solutions, has launched a Channel Partner Program and is looking for technology companies, systems integrators and service providers to help bring ZyLAB’s eDiscovery production solution to its end customers in the US. … Continue reading

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AccessData at LegalTech: FTK+Summation – the convergence of digital investigations, big data, mobile data, and eDiscovery

AccessData at LegalTech: FTK+Summation – the convergence of digital investigations, big data, mobile data, and eDiscovery Continue reading

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Consilio is looking for a marketing manager based in Washington

Consilio, which has a global presence as a provider of eDiscovery services, is looking for a marketing manager based in Washington DC. Continue reading

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APT Search seeking junior project manager for a London post

An eDiscovery consultancy company with international reach is looking for a junior project manager in London. APT Search, which specialises in eDiscovery / eDisclosure jobs, is looking for someone with ambitions to move into project management. Continue reading

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Chad McManamy appointed Vice President of eDiscovery at Guidance Software

Chad McManamy, Assistant General Counsel at Guidance Software, has been appointed Vice President of eDiscovery at the company. Continue reading

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Information Governance Initiative Boot Camp, in New York on 2 February

Information Governance Initiative Boot Camp, in New York on 2 February Continue reading

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Panels at LegalTech in FTI Technology’s Actionable eDiscovery Learning series

Panels at LegalTech in FTI Technology’s Actionable eDiscovery Learning series Continue reading

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Recommind Roundup: LegalTech panels and a webinar

Recommind has published a list of the sessions in which it is involved at LegalTech on Wednesday 4 February. The focus is on the user – user-centric mobile, social, and cloud world is the first one, followed by user-defined predictive coding for fact finding a prioritised review and user-centric protocols for advanced review Continue reading

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Brush up iCONECT XERA skills with free training at LegalTech

Brush up iCONECT XERA skills with free training at LegalTech Continue reading

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Cardozo mini-conference on Big Data and its legal impacts in New York on 2 February

Cardozo mini-conference on Big Data and its legal impacts in New York on 2 February Continue reading

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Microsoft acquires Equivio for its machine learning eDiscovery, IG and compliance technology

Microsoft acquires Equivio for its machine learning eDiscovery, IG and compliance technology Continue reading

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Nuix sessions at LegalTech: Information Governance today, tomorrow and beyond

Nuix is participating in three sessions relating to information governance at LegalTech New York. I am a panel member for one of them. The track theme is Information Governance today, tomorrow and beyond. The track and its three sessions are summarised here. They are Information governance in the now, The convergence of information security and IG and Information governance 2020 and beyond. Continue reading

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ZyLAB session at LegalTech: top privacy concerns for 2015

Mary Mack, Enterprise Technology Counsel at ZyLAB, will moderate a panel at LegalTech 2015 called Top Privacy Concerns for 2015. It will cover wearables, cloud, mobile, online behavior advertising, the right to be forgotten, expungement, service provider and law firm obligations, cross border data transfers, the EU Privacy Directive, and state and international regulation and enforcement Continue reading

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eDialogue with Judges panel on 2 February in NYC as part of CKS New York Forum

Corporate Knowledge Strategies – CKS – is running its 2015 NYC Forum from 8.00am to 6:30pm in the Deloitte NYC Conference Center at 30 Rockefeller Plaza. The day includes an eDialogue with Judges Continue reading

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Information governance and compliance services from FTI Technology

FTI Technology has launched a new service which combines its technology with its skills to help organisations manage ever-growing volumes of data. I spoke to Jake Frazier, managing director at FTI, to learn about it Continue reading

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UBIC’s Lit i View Email Auditor helps major Japanese manufacturers anticipate trouble

I have written before about UBIC’s Lit i View Email Auditor whose function is to help corporations identify suspicious or inappropriate email traffic before it can give rise to damaging investigations. Email Auditor subjects messages to anticipatory routine auditing. It includes … Continue reading

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AccessData MPE+ nFIELD: Fast mobile data acquisitions

AccessData MPE+ nFIELD: Fast mobile data acquisitions of potentially discoverable data created by organisations and which now lies in mobile devices Continue reading

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Eddie Sheehy of Nuix introduces the new eDiscovery features in Nuix 6

Eddie Sheehy of Nuix introduces the new eDiscovery features in Nuix 6 Continue reading

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Choosing a document review platform – Lateral Data Viewpoint and iCONECT XERA

Choosing a document review platform – Lateral Data Viewpoint and iCONECT XERA Continue reading

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kCura: easy workflow wins with text analytics

Constantine Pappas of kCura has written an article called Easy workflow wins with text analytics which is valuable both to existing Relativity users and to those interested in an introduction to text analytics Continue reading

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New version of TeCSA eDisclosure Protocol and the revival of LiST

It is a year since TeCSA – the Technology and Construction Solicitors Association – launched its eDisclosure Protocol and Guidelines. I was involved at the beginning, as moderator of a well-attended pre-launch training day, and am a member of the … Continue reading

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Huron Consulting buys Sky Analytics to reinforce legal cost management

Huron Consulting Group has announced that it will acquire legal analytics and software company Sky Analytics to support and enhance the services which Huron Legal provides to clients. Continue reading

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Cicayda: encouragement to innovators, thinkers, and entrepreneurs in Roe Frazer’s 2015 eDiscovery predictions

Cicayda CEO Roe Frazer gives his eDiscovery predictions for 2015 Continue reading

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Recommind article: analytics and competence versus volumes in eDiscovery in 2015

Phil Favro of Recommind has published a summary on the Recommind blog of the issues facing lawyers in 2015 and calls on various experts to give their views. The growth in data volumes is seen as the biggest problem – Jason Baron is quoted as saying “[i]t’s an arms race between data and smarter analytics, and the data may be winning!” Continue reading

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APT Search seeks eDiscovery product specialist

APT Search specialises in recruitment for enclosure / eDiscovery posts. Among other opportunities now available is one for an eDiscovery product specialist based in London. The position is part of a Client Support Services team. The role involves, among other … Continue reading

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Guidance Software webinar on 14 January: Placing the suspect behind the keyboard

Guidance Software is presenting a webinar on 14 January at 11.00am PST called Placing the suspect behind the keyboard. Brett Shavers will focus on the “who”, “what”, “where” and “when” which are the key questions for forensic investigators. Continue reading

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Nuix webinar on 28 January: eDiscovery – are you seeing the whole picture?

A Nuix webinar on 28 January will consider what happens if you are missing chunks of data which never makes it into the review system. The speakers are Craig Ball, Zach Nolte of DTI Global and Scott Cohen of Winston & Strawn. Continue reading

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Tristan Jenkinson of Navigant talks about the relationship between forensics and electronic discovery

What is “forensics” and what does it have to do with electronic discovery / eDisclosure? Tristan Jenkinson of Navigant is a forensics expert, and he examines the relationship between forensics and the discovery in this short video. Continue reading

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Epiq Systems webcast on data security on 15 January

Epiq Systems is presenting a webinar called Resilient Defense: Best practices in preparing for cyber warfare on 15 January. Subjects include regulatory requirements relating to the safekeeping of data and the responsibility of law firms for the security aspects of keeping client data. Continue reading

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kCura webinar on 22 January: Building information governance policies and workflows

kCura is presenting a webinar on 22 January at 4.00pm GMT with the title Building information governance policies and workflows. The guest speaker is Bennett Borden of Drinker Biddle & Reath, one of the founders of the information governance initiative. Rene Laurens from kCura is the host. Continue reading

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ZyLAB recorded webinar: Tribute to Judge Facciola on the occasion of his retirement

Towards the end of last year I took part in a webinar organised by ZyLAB in tribute to US Magistrate Judge John Facciola on his then impending retirement. That webinar is now available as a download Continue reading

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Forensic foresight and data divinations for 2015 from Eddie Sheehy of Nuix

Eddie Sheehy, CEO of Nuix, has made his Forensic Foresight and Data Divinations for 2015. The central part of his prediction includes the need to understand what is in an organisation’s data, the need to classify it by value, and the need to apply an action to the classified data, such as moving or deleting it. Continue reading

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Two significant job opportunities in London from APT Search

eDisclosure / eDiscovery recruitment specialist APT Search is looking for people to fill two senior eDiscovery / eDisclosure roles in London. One is as a review manager. The other is for a Business Development Manager Continue reading

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Epiq Systems: Media Planning 101 for Lawyers

Epiq Systems has published a set of articles with the title Media Planning 101. They are primarily to do with class action notifications, but have wider application, for any circumstance in which notice must be given to large groups of people, not all of whom are identifiable Continue reading

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Guidance Software: sharing site security threat intelligence across American industries

An article by Mark Harrington, General Counsel at Guidance Software, has the title How Legal Can Leverage the Latest Version of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework. Continue reading

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iCONECT-XERA now offers corporate branding

iCONECT has now added the ability to have customised corporate branding on its interface Continue reading

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Video guide: Nuix 6 web review and analytics new features

Video guide: Nuix 6 web review and analytics new features Continue reading

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Cicayda article: Being ready to give discovery from anything

Marc Jenkins of Cicayda has written about the wide range of devices which capture potentially discoverable information in his article How is your litigation fitness? Continue reading

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Huron Legal teams up with Commonwealth Legal to bring cost-effective eDiscovery review to Canada

Huron Legal has announced a tie-up with Commonwealth Legal following a number of significant review projects which they have done together. That has now been extended into a cross-border alliance which brings Huron Legal’s competitive review solutions into the Canadian marketplace. Continue reading

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APT Search is looking for a litigation support consultant in London

eDiscovery / eDisclosure recruitment specialist APT Search is seeking to recruit a litigation support consultant for a law firm with offices around the world. Continue reading

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ILTA expanding beyond North America

Following a successful ILTA Insight in London, ILTA plans to expand its presence outside North America. Continue reading

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Publications and an event from the Information Governance Initiative

In a very short time, the Information Governance Initiative has become the most authoritative voice on the subject of information governance – the need for it, the best way to achieve it and the benefits of it. The latest News … Continue reading

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Using Equivio Zoom to streamline eDiscovery processing capabilities

LogicForce has taken Equivio Zoom to streamline its eDiscovery processing capability. A look at Equivio’s website shows what tools Equivio offers to reduce the data pile, allowing lawyers to see the important documents quickly and make decisions about them Continue reading

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Guidance Software EnCase now integrates with DropBox

EnCase eDiscovery from Guidance Software now integrates with DropBox for Business for eDiscovery of enterprise data from the cloud Continue reading

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iCONECT with Content Analyst offers free predictive coding for pro bono cases

I have written recently about iCONECT’s initiative which makes its iCONECT-XERA review software available free for certain pro bono cases. ICONECT has taken a further step in this direction by an alliance with Content Analyst which makes predictive coding freely available for pro bono cases through iCONECT’s worldwide network of law firm, government and hosting vendor clients. Continue reading

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InnoXcell Asia Symposium 2015 in Hong Kong

InnoXcell has announced a three-day event covering legal risk, compliance, eDiscovery, financial crime, corporate corporate governance and data privacy, to take place in Hong Kong from 14 to 16 April 2015. The programme looks good. Continue reading

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kCura webinar on 11 December – Relativity Fest Judicial Panel Part II

On 11 December (that’s TODAY) at 10.30 CST, kCura present Part II of the Judicial Panel on E-Discovery. Like the first one, the panel is moderated by David Horrigan. subjects include BYOD, mobile, data privacy, and how updates to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure will affect e-discovery. Continue reading

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Consilio webinar on 10 December: Audio, Chat and Mobile – managing non-traditional datatypes

Consilio is presenting a webinar in conjunction with EDRM on 10 December at 10:00am Central | 4:00pm GMT with the title Audio, Chat and Mobile – tips for effectively managing non-traditional datatypes. The primary focus in this webinar is on the datatypes specifically created by financial services institutions, most notably Bloomberg chat and audio recordings. Continue reading

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Guidance Software webinar on Wednesday, 10 December: eDiscovery 2014 – the year in review

I am one of the participants in a webinar to be presented by Guidance Software on Wednesday 10 December at 11:00am PST | 2.00pm EST. The more significant presenters are US Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck and Chad McManamy of Guidance Software. Between us, we will look back over the year 2014 Continue reading

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Nuix webinar on 3 December: Defending data – how do you compare?

Ari Kaplan is taking part in a webinar organised by Nuix on 3 December at 8am PST / 11am EST / 4pm GMT (UK) to consider, amongst other things, how to detect and remedy breaches and their effects as quickly as possible Continue reading

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Xerox Litigation Services: keeping both the speed and quality of review at acceptable levels

How quickly ought one to review documents, and is it any business of the court to consider the relationship between the speed of review and its quality? How can you increase review speed without reducing quality by an unacceptable extent? … Continue reading

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