October 17, 2017

Technology Assisted Review – The Gavel Has Sounded

Over the past twelve months, at least five courts have dealt with the use of technology-assisted review (also known as “predictive coding”) as a means of identifying responsive documents requested during the discovery phase of criminal and civil… Read more

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Technology Assisted Review (2 of 2)

NOTE:  Eric Killough is the author of Virtual Canary in the Digital Mine, a bi-monthly column at AbovetheLaw.  This article was previously published in modified form as a three-part series there.          As I said… Read more

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Technology Assisted Review (1 of 2)

  NOTE:  Eric Killough is the author of Virtual Canary in the Digital Mine, a bi-monthly column at AbovetheLaw.  This article was previously published in modified form as a three-part series there.     First, here’s a… Read more

“Mobile is here, and it’s hot.” – Corporate Counsel’s 2013 Tech Survey

Ok, it looks like my work is done here, folks. You’re welcome. All of my posting and journaling and blogging about the threat faced by in-house counsel (and every other kind of counsel) from the BYOD revolution has been proven by a survey! According… Read more