Monthly Archives: June 2016

Top News Stories of the Week – June 30

Era of Cooperation and TAR? A recent post describes how a new era cooperation may be dawning in connection with the use of technology-assisted review. Read more here. eDiscovery Opportunities in the Brexit Debacle. British disclosure expert Chris Dale explained that opportunities should abound in the areas of eDiscovery and

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Top News Stories of the Week – June 23

Courts Make The Case For Information Governance. A recent article explains how court decisions are forcing companies to rethink their reluctance to implementing information governance programs. Read more here. Proportionality, FRCP Amendments and Culture Change. A recent webinar describes how the recent FRCP amendments are impacting legal culture. Read more here. Understanding Your Google History.

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Top News Stories of the Week – June 16

Microsoft, Other Tech Giants Race to Develop AI. Microsoft’s recent acquisition of LinkedIn suggests a trend among large tech companies toward developing artificial intelligence. Read more here.   Companies Balk at Covering the Cost of Associate Raises. Bank of America and other companies have balked at covering the inevitable fee

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Top News Stories of the Week – June 9

Life as a General Counsel in the NBA. With the NBA Finals in full swing, the competition off the court appears to be just as fierce for the teams’ general counsel. Read more here. The eDiscovery Wish List for In-house Counsel. A recent survey once again spotlights cost and performance

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Top News Stories of the Week – June 3

OpenText to Acquire Recommind. OpenText announced yesterday that it had reached an agreement to acquire CTRL sponsor and leading eDiscovery and analytics company Recommind. Read more here. Court Affirms Search of Hard Drives. A search of computer hard drives from over a decade ago was recently affirmed by the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. Read

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