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Top News Stories of the Week – March 24

Social Messaging Applications Herald a New Era of Discovery Challenges. A new post spotlights how social messaging applications present a new set of discovery challenges beyond traditional social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram. Read more here. The Business Justification for Tracking Employees. The Wall Street Journal highlights some of the “not-so-creepy” justifications for

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Top News Stories of the Week – March 8

University of Florida Law School to Hold 5th Annual eDiscovery Conference. Recognized for its eDiscovery-based curriculum, speaker series, and leadership under Bill Hamilton, the University of Florida Law School is holding its 5th Annual eDiscovery Conference this month. Read more here. New Discovery Order from U.S. Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck. Judge Peck has

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Top News Stories of the Week – March 1

JP Morgan Saves Millions of Dollars through Analytics. JP Morgan uses analytical software to interpret commercial loan agreements, obviating 360,000 work hours previously spent each year by lawyers and loan officers on this task. Read more here. Proskauer Rose Spotlights Importance of Analytics. In an article published by the National Law Review, Proskauer Rose spotlighted

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Top News Stories of the Week – February 15

Founders of Panama Papers Law Firm Arrested. The founders of Mossack Fonseca, the law firm at the center of the Panama Papers hacking scandal, were recently arrested by Panamanian law enforcement authorities. Read more here. FTC Closes Investigation into Vizio over Spying Smart TVs. Vizio paid the FTC over $2 million to settle claims that

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Top News Stories of the Week – January 12

Lessons Learned for 2017 from Top eDiscovery Cases in 2016. CTRL’s Director of Legal Education, Phil Favro, takes a look at some of the top ediscovery cases from 2016 and the lessons they provide for counsel and clients in 2017. Read more here. Three Key Cybersecurity Developments for 2017. Legal Tech News

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Top News Stories of the Week – November 29

New Technology-Assisted Review Case from Australia. An Australian federal court recently ordered a party to disclose various aspects of its technology-assisted review workflow to a litigation adversary. Read more here. iPhone Call Logs Easier to Retrieve than Other iPhone Data. iPhone call logs, which are apparently uploaded automatically to iCloud, may be

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Top News Stories of the Week – September 22

Three Tips to Negotiating TAR Protocols. A new post spotlights some key factors to consider before entering into a TAR protocol. Read more here. Making eDiscovery More Cost Effective. A recent post explores some common sense methods for making eDiscovery more cost effective. Read more here. National Security Risks from the Internet of Things? The U.S. Department of

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Top News Stories of the Week – September 15

The Interplay between Analytics and the Internet of Things. A new article reports that the ties between the Internet of Things and analytics are growing stronger. Read more here. Navigating the Cyberinsurance Maze. There are various matters to take into account when selecting cyberinsurance, reports Legaltech News. Read more here. Interest in Machine Learning Peaking.

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Top News Stories of the Week – April 14

Dealing with Adversaries in Discovery. A new post spotlights some insightful guidelines for dealing with adversaries during the meet and confer process. Read more here. Accounting for GPS Device and E-Z Pass Data in Discovery. Increasing attention is being focused in business litigation on the data generated by GPS devices and electronic toll transponders. Read

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