Want to begin the E-Discovery Day celebration early? Take the 2023 E-Discovery Day Survey! You could win an ACEDS certification scholarship!
Yesterday, I made the case for why women who focus on eDiscovery have the skills and experience to present as AI thought leaders. Today, I will give you my list of compelling speakers for AI conferences.
The biggest key to avoiding eDiscovery disasters is avoiding the failure to communicate. Tomorrow’s Avansic webinar will show you how to do that!
We need to create more data for LLMs to find women’s names when answering the query, “Who are the top thought leaders in Artificial Intelligence?”
Leave it to Tom O’Connor through his most recent blog post to illustrate why access to justice, or at least interest in it, is floundering.
The Windy City had an electric vibe due to the nearly 1,800 attendees at Relativity Fest’s 2023 Conference. There were numerous sessions on technology that is advancing the eDiscovery industry. There was also a great session on Access to Justice, an eye-opening Judicial panel, breakout sessions, fireside chats, and so many more sessions that stirred…
Fall is in the air and so is the whiff of sanctions with Wednesday’s September 2023 EDRM monthly case law webinar on October 4th!
In Freeman v. Giuliani, District of Columbia District Judge Beryl A. Howell issued default judgment sanctions for Giuliani, granting the plaintiffs’ motion for sanctions for failure to preserve ESI, directed Giuliani to produce records and information to prepare for a trial on damages, and ordered Giuliani and his businesses to reimburse plaintiffs’ fees and costs…
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2023, and, as always, it’s a great time to take a look at your organization’s cyber practices.
Today, the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) is releasing the full ILTA 2023 Technology Survey Results. Here are a few highlights.
In Skanska USA Civil Se. Inc. v. Bagelheads, Inc., the Eleventh Circuit affirmed sanctions for Skanska for the destruction of the data from five of its custodians’ cell phones, stating: “The court’s finding of bad faith thus was not clear error, and its imposition of Rule 37(e)(2) sanctions was not an abuse of discretion.”
Relativity Fest 2023 has been going on for the past two days, today’s the last day! Here’s what you can expect from Relativity Fest 2023 Thursday sessions!
You’ve been under a litigation hold, but the case has concluded & the lit hold is over. Now what? Avansic & ACEDS will tell you in this Friday webinar!
Relativity Fest 2023 started yesterday, nearly a month earlier than last year! Here’s what you can expect from Relativity Fest 2023 Wednesday sessions!
In Rossbach v. Montefiore Med. Ctr., the Second Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the district court’s ruling imposing a case-terminating and monetary sanction against Andrea Rossbach for fabricating evidence, but the Second Circuit vacated the monetary sanction against Rossbach’s counsel, finding “the district court did not make the required ‘explicit finding of bad faith’ to…
Here’s an interesting two-day symposium happening next week in Arlington, VA on balancing the needs of requesting and producing parties!
Relativity Fest 2023 starts today, nearly a full month earlier than last year! Here’s what you can expect from Relativity Fest 2023 Tuesday sessions!
Up to now, the primary way to prompt ChatGPT is typed in commands. But ChatGPT image and voice capabilities are coming as soon as 2 weeks!
Congrats to eDiscovery Assistant for the announcement that eDiscovery Assistant employs ChatGPT for rapid case law summaries! Here’s part of the press release!
Want to avoid eDiscovery disasters? Here are ten tips for better eDiscovery project management, courtesy of Lexbe and presented by me!
Part 2 of My Interview with Ari Kaplan About the Annual eDiscovery Unfiltered Report: eDiscovery Trends
Monday, I covered the highlights of the annual eDiscovery Unfiltered Report from Ari Kaplan Advisors. Here’s part 2 of my interview with Ari Kaplan about the report!
Congrats to KLDiscovery for the announcement that KLDiscovery Inc. announces an agreement to acquire Cenza Technologies! Here is part of the announcement!
Sometimes, life projects imitate work projects. They go terribly wrong. But, with perseverance, they can turn out OK in the end.
Protecting and using data effectively is challenging, so find out what is information assurance in the EDRM webinar next Monday!
The Exterro XChange Global Conference is happening this week! Here are Thursday’s Exterro XChange notable sessions!
Part 1 of My Interview with Ari Kaplan About the Annual eDiscovery Unfiltered Report: eDiscovery Trends
Monday, I covered the highlights of the annual eDiscovery Unfiltered Report from Ari Kaplan Advisors. Here’s part 1 of my interview with Ari Kaplan about the report!
The Exterro XChange Global Conference is happening this week! Here are Wednesday’s Exterro XChange notable sessions!
I normally start a case law post with a summary of the ruling. But since I’m traveling today, I thought I would try something new – have ChatGPT take a stab at the case ruling write-up!
Terrific article from Hon. Ralph Artigliere (ret.) who has a message of hope for legal professionals: AI is not coming to take your job.
Cimplifi has started a new blog series on the nuts and bolts of AI for legal professionals, which shows just how disruptive AI can be!
Who knew that streamlining eDiscovery can maintain data security and help minimize risks? Veritas knew, as their latest article shows.
Been meaning to get to this! Here are some highlights from the ninth annual eDiscovery Unfiltered Report from Ari Kaplan Advisors!
During last week’s CCBJ webinar, we were asked about recommendations on an audit process for AI applications. Here’s what I found.
This has been out a while, but I hadn’t seen this docuseries until the other night, where AI may have helped show there never was a Zodiac killer.
The “luck of the Irish” is all bad for social media companies regarding data privacy. Now, TikTok was fined $368 million for its data privacy violation.
Preliminary Diagnostic Protocol Devised by Special Master to Assess Plaintiff Productions: eDiscovery Case Law
In BCBSM, Inc. v. Walgreen Co., Special Master Maura R. Grossman, appointed to address discovery issues raised by the defendants regarding the adequacy of productions from the 28 initial plaintiffs, worked with the parties to create a Preliminary Diagnostic Protocol to “be completed in full by the Initial Plaintiffs” upon which Special Master Grossman would…
Congrats to HaystackID® with the announcement that HaystackID achieves SOC 2 Type 2 certification across all trust services criteria for the third consecutive year!
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