Monthly Archives: August 2016

Top News Stories of the Week – August 25

Gibson Dunn Publishes 2016 Mid-Year eDiscovery Report. Gibson Dunn has published its much anticipated 2016 Mid-Year eDiscovery Report, which spotlights developments on various issues including sanctions and technology-assisted review. Read more here. The Need for Data Mapping in the Digital Age. The IG Initiative recently published a post that discusses the merits of data

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Top News Stories of the Week – August 18

kCura Announces Partnership with CTRL. kCura, the developers of eDiscovery software Relativity, announced a partnership with CTRL to advance the use of technology among lawyers. Read more here. Rethinking the Use of Technology-Assisted Review. Gareth Evans from Gibson Dunn & Crutcher explores how different technologies and strategies can enable lawyers to more

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Top News Stories of the Week – August 11

The 2016 CTRL Survey on Data Analytics. In partnership with the Information Governance Initiative, CTRL is once again surveying in-house legal departments to gauge the nature and extent of their use of analytics. Read more here. Exploiting Wearables to Harvest Personal Data. Slate explores the ways in which companies are exploiting consumers’ personal

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Top News Stories of the Week – August 4

Judge Peck Issues New TAR Decision. Fresh off last month’s TAR order from Dynamo Holdings, U.S. Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck issued a new order this week on the use of TAR. Read more here. Search Terms and Social Media. The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled on an intriguing

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