February 16, 2015
At this year’s Legal Tech, I once again had the honor of moderating the Judges Panel, including Judge John Facciola (D.D.C., retired), Judge Andrew Peck (S.D.N.Y), Judge Frank Maas (S.D.N.Y), and Judge Elizabeth Laporte (N.D.Cal.). This time, we had a provocative topic (or, perhaps –as Judge Peck put it–, a depressing one): “What’s Wrong with Discovery?”
February 9, 2015
Custodial interviews are a key part of discovery. Perhaps more than any other process, the interviews provide opportunities for successful, efficient discovery. However, if mishandled, they are likely to lead to later problems.
January 8, 2015
Email threatens to overwhelm us all – over 100 billion business emails were sent every single day in 2013 and that number is expected to grow. Friends, colleagues, and now even inanimate objects all communicate by email. With this deluge in mind, how can an organization save their email in a comprehensive, defensible, and useful way? More to the point, how can they do that while only saving what they need rather than everything?
January 7, 2015
If you have worked in the corporate world for the last five years you are likely familiar with the Bring Your Own Device (“BYOD”) concept. BYOD is the practice of allowing employees to use their personal computers, smart phones, and other devices to access company data and perform their jobs.
December 16, 2014
Beginning with the court’s approval of a technology assisted review (TAR) protocol in Da Silva Moore in early 2012, it seemed TAR was about to revolutionize discovery. In a world of exponentially growing data and corresponding document review costs, TAR was the answer that would save us all!