September 20, 2014

Who DAT!? – “Tips from the Trainers” Series

Much to my wife’s (and other Saints fans’) disappointment, this post is not about football.  No, it’s about DAT files, the standard type of load file that is created from some legal review applications – such as Relativity and Concordance…. Read more

E-Discovery – A Way of Reducing the Cost of Litigation

The legal sector is currently going through one of the most significant transformations in its history. The downturn in the economy is reducing the overall volume of legal work, and factors like the introduction of Alternative Business… Read more

The EDRM Buyer’s Guide – Part III

This week we are posting an excerpt from our recently published EDRM Buyer’s Guide; a phase-by phase walkthrough and checklist created by a former Litigation Project Manager using guidelines developed during implementation of a top oil and gas… Read more

Is Per Gig Pricing Dead? Let’s Hope So….

Ben Kerschberg, from Consero Group LLC, recently authored an article for Forbes.com on one of my favorite topics…the per gig pricing model.  AccessData’s sentiments on this antiquated per pound archetype is well known.  Mr. Kerschberg covers… Read more

The EDRM Buyer’s Guide – Part I

This week we are posting an excerpt from our recently published EDRM Buyer’s Guide; a phase-by phase walk-through and checklist created by a former Litigation Project Manager using guidelines developed during implementation of a top oil and gas… Read more

My Take on Symantec’s Acquisition of Clearwell

It’s been a few weeks since Symantec sent a huge shot across the bow of every e-discovery company with the acquisition of Clearwell. To be honest, I suspect their cannons were really aimed at the other big data management companies like Autonomy,… Read more

It is the Spring of Efficiency; It is the Winter of Incompatible Tools: 3 Ideas to Make the Tulips Bloom Year Round

It is the best of times, it is the worst of times, it is the age of technological advancement, it is the age of technological vulnerability, it is the epoch of digital information, it is the epoch of risk, it is the season of information governance,… 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