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5 Ways to Use Concept Searching that You Might Have Missed

Posted 06/23/17 1:54 PM by Ed Fiducia


Though it took a number of years to gain initial acceptance, “concept search” technology has now matured to the point where it is deployed in the vast majority of document review platforms in the industry.

The Changing Face of Early (and Late) Case Assessment

Posted 06/9/17 8:37 PM by Thom Siblo

As the eDiscovery space evolves into an increasingly crucial component of litigation and the legal industry as a whole, the faces and concepts of yesteryear are beginning to change. There was a time not that long ago when the phrase Early Case Assessment (“ECA”) conjured visions of marginally helpful concept wheels, and limited search functionality coupled with long lag times between searching and the ability to review the data.

New Wine in an Old Bottle: The Discoverability of Social Media.

Posted 05/17/17 11:03 PM by Sarah Sawyer

According to the Pew Research Center, 7 out of 10 Americans participate in social media. We share our lives with varying degrees of privacy on platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat.

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Posted 05/11/17 7:48 PM by Inventus

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Will the use of artificial intelligence replace lawyers?

Posted 04/11/17 10:14 PM by Claudine Schardijn

Legal technology is continuously increasing efficiency and keeping costs down, but will it ever take the place of a lawyer? Artificial intelligence is changing the way lawyers practice law and Artificial Intelligence platforms are affecting how tasks are accomplished.

Not Just the Book, but Its Cover

Posted 03/15/17 4:10 PM by Quan Luc

Typically, the first question that comes up when your client receives a request for production is “what is the scope of the responsive documents to produce, in order to comply with the discovery request?” However, at least in one California court, not only does it matter what you provide in response to a discovery request but in what format you produce ESI.

How do Corporate Legal Departments Control Costs Associated with the Growing Amounts of Retained Data

Posted 03/9/17 8:32 PM by Matt Masterson

As corporate legal departments embark on 2017, the pressure to contain the costs associated with the avalanche of user-created data continues to grow. In-house lawyers have been asking the same question for many years ─ how do we control these costs? 

Alexa, can you keep a secret?

Posted 02/24/17 8:38 PM by Danny Lee

In a day and age where Internet of Things (IoT) devices, such as Amazon’s Echo, are integrated into every aspect of our lives, how much privacy can one expect and can it come back to bite you?

5 Most Famous Cases of Industrial Espionage

Posted 01/26/17 5:12 PM by Alisa McLellan

 “Nothing but my curiosity could have prompted to such researches…minute description of all that concerns this kind of work might, somehow, be useful in Europe.”


—Words of Father Francois Xavier d’Entrecolles, as he concluded his account in which he revealed the trade secrets of the makers of Chinese Porcelain, which he acquired while working with the kilns and craftsmen of the industry.

Geeking Out: A Personal Journey to A Career in Technology

Posted 01/19/17 5:38 PM by Andrew Silberberg

In 1999, my father took me to Macworld in San Francisco. Being more of a sports enthusiast and less of the techie type, I reluctantly agreed to the five-hour drive north. Wouldn’t I be completely out of my element? My sports heroes certainly wouldn’t be there. Would other attendees, those who do love technology, be able to spot my outsider status?

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