It actually makes perfect sense to use your existing eDiscovery tools to assist with any type of investigation that requires you to find things in a large set of data. It’s, literally, what they are built to do. Heck, I think back to years ago when one of the attorneys I worked with loaded all…
Not sure if I’ll see any more blog posts tomorrow, since the event ended today, but if I do, I’ll post them over on Delicious with the Legaltech09 tag. So you can pop over and take a quick look there! LegalTech: Inside and Outside E-Discovery Legal Tech New York 2009: Is EDD the New DOS?…
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I’m gonna go with bad meetings, or at least too many meetings that could have been quick calls or emails.
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What I Learned When I Was Burned Out
Research shows us that, at every age, people are pretty terrible at estimating just how much things will change in the next 10 years: Research recently reported on in the New York Times about a study on self-perception published in Science shows that individuals at every age and demographic make this kind of error: They…