- Heart pacemaker data admissible in arson trial
- ACEDS webinar with Ricoh on 26 July on eDiscovery hiring and careers
- Managing data with Nuix Insight
- Consilio: can you trust law firms with your data?
- Post-Brexit data flows between the UK and the EU
- Interview: David Wallack of NightOwl Discovery on the GDPR and the use of analytics beyond disputes discovery
- What will your disclosure conduct look like under the judicial spotlight?
- Vince Neicho brings decades of law firm experience to Integreon
- Disclosure obligations include the form and substance of list as well as its completeness
- Cross-border discovery and data protection in Dublin with the Sedona Conference
- ICO paper on Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)
- Interview: Jeff Schmidt of Park IP Translations talks about language management and its use with Relativity
- Awards and plaudits for iCONECT XERA
- Following the Nuix Black Report on cybercrime: webinar and the 2018 survey
- FTI Consulting: issues and best practices for dealing with structured data
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Tag Archives: Ralph Losey
A US case brings us some RTFR (Read the F* Rules), a difference of emphasis between US rules and those of England and Wales, an opportunity to ask what “boilerplate” means, and a word to avoid if possible when speaking. In … Continue reading
As I sit contemplating collecting together the 2016 eDisclosure-related judgments from England and Wales, I have to admire Ralph Losey who kicked off the year with a 30,000+ word essay on the Top 22 most interesting US eDiscovery cases of … Continue reading
Contrasting “that whole truth and justice approach that us Yanks have” with the rest of the world. Really?
Those who skim articles rather than read them might conclude that this post is anti-US in tone. It is not – half my audience comes from the US and I am interested in balanced views not competing claims for purity. … Continue reading