Our “Top 20 … plus more”, a snapshot of interesting blog posts, and views on electronic discovery related issues and other tech developments from the past week. Sponsored by Applied Discovery.
Does anyone else feel like LegalTech is still in session? Based on the coverage this week, we certainly do. Amidst many summaries and lessons learned, there were a few of particular note: Virginia Henschel’s astute recap of LegalTech themes; Chris Dale’s understated (read: British) humor; and David Snow’s to “pin down the cloud.” Even our monthly Case Summary Alert, published this week, highlights LegalTech’s focus on cross border discovery issues.
As always, we hope you enjoy our content and welcome your feedback.
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- An Englishman Abroad – A Personal Account of LegalTech 2011 by Chris Dale
- LegalTech New York 2011 Twitter Statistics by JoAnna Forshee
- Adventures in LegalTech Land by Donna Seyle
- Fear and Loathing in LegalTech by Gabe Acevedo
- LegalTech 2011 Thoughts by Nick Patience
- “Do Attorneys Know The Difference Between Their SaaS and a Hole In The Ground?”: A Partner’s First Trek to LegalTech NY by Donald R. Barthel, Esq.
- Gregory Bufithis and Ari Kaplan Exchange Thoughts on LegalTech NY 2011 (Video) with Gregory Bufithis and Ari Kaplan
- Heavy Cloud Cover by David Snow
- LegalTech New York 2011 and the Rise of Cloud Computing by Nicole Black
Welcome to What Feels Like the 17th Day of LegalTech by Perry Segal
- Case Summary Alert February 2011 by Virginia Henschel
- With Litigation Holds, There’s No Second Chance; as Movie Producers Say, it’s ‘One-Take Jake’ by ACEDS
- New Opinion (Revised) by Judge Scheindlin on FOIA, Metadata and Cooperation by Ralph Losey
- E-Discovery: Wisdom Or Worry: State Courts Lack E-Discovery Rules by Jill M. O’Toole
- U.S. Court Holds Litigant In Non-U.S. Suit Subject to American Discovery Rules by K&L Gates
- Confusion in New York Regarding Who Bears the Cost of Electronic Discovery by Paul A. Saso
- N.Y. Bar Panel Tackles Preservation, Cooperation by H. Christopher Boehning and Daniel J. Toal
- Wanted: A Plaintiffs Counsel View of the EDRM by Nick Brestoff
- Reply to ‘Wanted: A Plaintiffs Counsel View of the EDRM’ by Sean Doherty
- Surveying Sanctions in E-Discovery Cases in 2010 and Judicial Reactions (Podcast) with Karl Schieneman, Honorable James C. Francis, Honorable Richard Sankovitz, Dan Willoughby & James A. Batson
- Where Art Thou Documents (Perils of Document Collection) by Ryan Bowers
- The Privilege of Being In-House by Andi Balla
- Unified eDiscovery as a Replacement for Disparate Modules: Fact or Fiction? by Dean Kuhlmann
- The Admissibility of Electronic Evidence Under the Federal Rules of Evidence (PDF) by Jonathan D. Frieden & Leigh M. Murray
- Information Governance: A Practical Approach for the Dodd-Frank Era by Harry Pugh
- The Best e-Discovery Strategy Isn’t Perfect by Mark Diamond
- E-Discovery – Litigation Hold Rule on the Way? by Philip Miles
- Time For a Bright-Line Preservation Rule? by Paul E. Asfendis
- Handle E-Discovery Issues With Ease by Daniel R. Smith
- Reducing the Costs of E-Discovery: Preservation and Proportionality (PDF) by Mayer Brown
- Pension Committee Retrospective – First in a Series of Guest Blogs, Starting with the Swami of e-Discovery by Craig Ball
- Summary of the Judge’s Guide to Cost-Effective E-Discovery by Sharon Nelson, Esq.
- Defending Against Lawsuits by Jeffery Fehrman
- Nothing Says “Bad Faith” Like Throwing a Laptop off a Building by Joshua Gilliland, Esq.
- Harvesting Electronic Discovery by Eric Sinrod
- Drowning in Data (PDF) by Luigi Benetton
- Email Evidence—Worth the Search? by John Gregory
- Original Digital Media Evidence Is Mandatory by Ed Primeau
- The Mystery of the Ghostwritten Report by Michael Goldhaber
- Giant Steps: Can a Corporate Veteran Help the SEC Learn New E-Discovery Moves? by Monica Bay
- “Degrees of Freedom,” Empowerment Make for Successful Discovery Teams by Shawn DeHaven
- E-Disclosure Managers and Rising E-Disclosure Costs by Dean Gonsowski
- Is the Attorney Client Privilege a Substitute for Reasonable Expectation of Privacy in the Workplace? by Sean Harrington
- Judge Compels Discovery of ICE Databases by Adam Klasfeld
Tech & E-Discovery
- Benefits of Prioritization Technology for Document Review by Mary Ann Benson and Chris Janak
Can We Automate Retention? by Susan Cisco
- E-Records Management Yields Benefits in Any Industry by Lora Bentley
- The ROI of Information Management by William Tolson
- E-Discovery: Cloud Computing Complicates E-Discovery Issues by Jeffrey Ziplow
- Cloud Computing: Too Many Questions, Not Enough Answers by David Hechler
- Clouds and Roots and Viruses…Oh My! Understanding the Nexus Between Speed and Safety in Cloud Computing and What it Means for E-Discovery by Leah R. Glasofer
- Guidelines on Security and Privacy in Public Cloud Computing (PDF) by Wayne Jansen & Timothy Grance
- NIST Report Aims to Help U.S. Agencies Deploy Cloud Apps by Jaikumar Vijayan
- When Is A Backup Really A Backup? by Chuck Hollis
- Digital Forensics: Detecting The Authenticity Of Digital Photos by PSFK
One of the ways you can learn about e-discovery and all the technology out there is by going to a conference near you. Most offer free admission to the exhibit hall (those that have exhibit halls) where you can meet technology vendors, collect information, see the technology at work behind e-discovery, etc.
Churchill Club Great Debate: Is Software Patentable? Should it Be?
February 16, 2011
Mountain View, CA
ABA Section of Litigation Committee on Corporate Counsel
February 17-20, 2011
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