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E-discovery, the Cloud and Blockchain – How New Practices May Require a ‘Back to School’ Approach

The practice of e-discovery has always incorporated considerations of new and emerging technologies as well as related attorney competence. With the advent of cloud services and significant use by clients, e-discovery practitioners incorporated knowledge of those new platforms and offerings into their preservation strategies and requests for production, appropriately considering a variety of client and … Continue Reading

eDiscovery and Technology

Should All States Require Continuing Technology Education (CTE)? For more than five years we have discussed the need for attorney competence in technology, especially as related to discovery in posts like this one and this one. As Electronically Stored Information (ESI) continues to grow, it is critical for all attorneys to understand ESI and evolving … Continue Reading

What Judges are really saying about Technology Assisted Review

Since the first judicial opinion endorsing the use of Technology Assisted Review (or TAR) was written by Judge Andrew J. Peck in 2012, an entire legal industry has grown up on the premise of streamlining the document review process in discovery – that is, taking a repetitive task traditionally performed entirely by attorneys and introducing … Continue Reading
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