Top News Stories of The Week - March 3

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Annual Richmond Law Symposium Spotlights Lawyer Competence. At the annual eDiscovery Symposium sponsored by the University of Richmond Law School, notable cognoscenti like U.S. Magistrate Judge James Francis and Craig Ball spotlighted the importance of eDiscovery competence. Read more here.   Why

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Top News Stories of the Week - February 25

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Judge Orders Discovery of Clinton’s Private Email System. The saga over Hillary Clinton’s emails continues as a U.S. District Court judge recently ordered discovery to go forward over Clinton’s private email system. Read more here.     Memos, Emails Suggest Volkswagen Misled

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Top News Stories of the Week - February 18

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UK Court Approves Use of Predictive Coding. The High Court of England and Wales issued an order this week approving the use of predictive coding in Pyrrho Investments Limited v. MWB Property Limited. Read more here.       Can Big Data

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Top Stories of the Week - February 11

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Closing The Consumption Gap. In an interview with LTN, CTRL Executive Director Dean Gonsowski describes key trends in the ever-changing eDiscovery industry. Read more here. In Corporate Legal, Data Analytics A Rising Star. A new post on the Lexis-Nexis “Business of Law

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Top Stories of the Week - January 28

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    The Increasing Prominence of Proportionality Standards. Proportionality standards are growing in prominence as more courts spotlight their role in addressing discovery issues. Read more here.           Push From Judiciary To Adopt New Technologies. Federal judges are encouraging

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Top Stories of the Week - January 21

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  New Case Interprets Recently Amended Rule 37(e). In what appears to be the first published decision under the recently amended Rule 37(e), U.S. Magistrate Judge James Francis imposed evidence preclusion and monetary sanctions against a party for fabricating a portion

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Tar Wars

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TAR Wars – The Farce Awakens Drew Lewis, Sr. Vice President of Operations, Paragon   Unless you have been living under a rock, you know there is a new Star Wars movie out in theaters. As I am sure my friend Josh

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Getting The Big Picture On What’s Trending In eDiscovery

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Getting The Big Picture On What’s Trending In eDiscovery Phil Favro, Director of Legal Education and Resources, CTRL The arrival of Thanksgiving last month marked the end of the traditional fall eDiscovery conference season in the U.S. Those conferences – the Georgetown

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Are lawyers tech-adverse? Or do they not know what to use?

Are lawyers tech-adverse? Or do they not know what to use? Author: Lecia Kaslofsky, FactBox A November 2015 Google report reveals three insights about lawyers looking at technology: #1: Lawyers are doing more searches in Google that fall into the

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CTRL Survey Spotlights Increased Use of Advanced Analytics in eDiscovery

CTRL Survey Spotlights Increased Use of Advanced Analytics in eDiscovery By Phil Favro, Director of Legal Education and Resources, CTRL One of the big questions in the eDiscovery industry is whether counsel and clients are increasingly turning to advanced analytics

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