17 July 2011 — Ralph Losey as written a great piece on the Rupert Murdoch scandal — essentially a story of e-discovery, the seamy dark side of e-discovery that operates underground and in violation of the law – the world of hackers. He puts in all in the context of media power, the changes in technology that have made this all happen, and provides a great “Introductory 101″ class on the Murdoch story from the perspective of…
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May 26th in Chicago: “IBM, Jeopardy, and the Ethics of Electronic Discovery”
Presented by Professor Paul Stancil
***1.0 hour of Illinois ethics CLE credit pending***
Lunch will be provided
For all details click here.
23 March 2011 – There was a tremendous reaction to the John Markoff article in the New York Times titled “Armies of Expensive Lawyers, Replaced by Cheaper Software”. Chris Dale has a great post — a round-up of some of the comment stirred by the article.
For his post click here.