December 17, 2017

Ready or Not, It’s Time for Corporate America to Address Social Media

This past month I attended an e-discovery conference and sat in on one of the sessions that covered social media in Corporate America.  It made sense that I attend this session because at some point over the past five years I had been anointed a,… Read more

Twitter + Libel = “Twibel”

What is it about social media that makes grown men and women rant, gossip, and whine like little kids at a slumber party? Is it the anytime access, the desire to shock and awe, the ease of use, or our own narcissism taking control? My mom always… Read more

5 Things You Should Know About Predictive Coding

1. What It Is Predictive Coding is another tool in your e-discovery arsenal. More specifically, it is a software or service that takes a large set of documents and with relatively minimal human input, codes or ranks them for you. Commonly a… Read more

Is per-gig pricing dead?

Costs can add up. Several years ago, a leading car company purchased an eDiscovery analytics appliance. For a relatively small amount of money up front and what seemed like a reasonable per-gig charge, they got quality processing and analytics… 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

Aaref Hilaly: Thanks for the Insight!

On August 11th Aaref Hilaly posted his critique of AccessData’s acquisition of Summation. As CEO of AccessData I must admit I was amazed that the CEO of Clearwell would be as aggressive as he was in that article. To be honest I was amazed he wrote… Read more