October 1, 2014

ADUC 2013: Day Two Round-Up

Day One    |   Day Two   |  Day Three   Welcome back!  After last night’s fun and games at the Haze and beyond, it’s completely understandable that it’s taken a few of you a while to come back for my round-up of ADUC, Day… Read more

Christmas in July: It’s a Wonderful Life with In-house E-discovery Options

by Guest Blogger Donald P. Butler, Deputy General Counsel Seneca Resources Corporation This article is based on a presentation I made at an AccessData User’s Conference in May, 2011 with Elizabeth Knower, the Founder and President of… Read more

When Courts Disagree

On the tail of clear divergence among courts on the issue of the required showing for the imposition of spoliation sanctions (compare Orbit One Communications, Inc. v. Numerex Corp., 2010 WL 4615547 and Pension Committee of the University of… Read more

The E-Discovery Arms Race… and Tales from the Trenches

The tagline for this blog is “Candid analysis of the issues, the processes and the technology,” and in that spirit, I’d like to share with you my impressions and personal experiences, as somebody who is in the field talking to customers and… Read more

What Do Wikileaks and E-Discovery Have in Common?

I may be going out on a limb. My guess is that people reading this blog are interested in e-discovery and might find this post a little off the mark. However, as the CEO of a company that does a ton of e-discovery business, I have made it a personal… Read more

In eDiscovery, Forensics Is NOT a 4 letter Word

It is not clear when it happened but the marketing cycle surrounding the word forensics has clearly come full circle. Ten years ago, forensics was really a bad word in the eDiscovery market. It implied a level of black magic that few people were… Read more