Data to Back Up My Claim That eDiscovery is Killing Us
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Data to Back Up My Claim That eDiscovery is Killing Us

A few months back, I opined that the demands on our time, and the proud way in which many in the legal industry brag about the hours they work, was really just killing all of us. Here’s some proof: “What we found is trouble,” said Krill, who presented some of the survey’s preliminary findings at…

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Linked – The truth wasn’t out there in 2015

“Years from now, when telling my future grandchildren about 2015, I will speak at length about the treachery, fibs, toxic scoops, deceits, tall tales, viral hoaxes, half-truths, tomfoolery, unverified junk and fake news.” Sadly, I’ve seen most of the fake stories listed in this article shared over and over again by people on Facebook and…

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Linked – How to Use the Feynman Technique to Identify Pseudoscience

“I finally figured out a way to test whether you have taught an idea or you have only taught a definition. Test it this way: You say, ‘Without using the new word which you have just learned, try to rephrase what you have just learned in your own language. Without using the word “energy,” tell…

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Linked – Employee Engagement Isn’t Getting Better And Gallup Shares The Surprising Reasons Why

“Engagement Largely Comes Down To Whether People Have A Manager Who Cares About Them, Grows Them And Appreciates Them” When we wonder why we’re seeing so much more job-hopping, and disengaged employees, this is clearly the biggest reason. Employees recognize that they need to grow, they need to develop their skills, and acquire new skills….

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Linked – Most Firms Are More Concerned About Security Threats Than They Were Just Two Years Ago:

“77% of firms are more concerned about security threats than they were just two years ago: In addition, the majority of respondents to the survey indicated that their security concerns have increased over the past year, with none indicating a decrease in concern over the past year;” It’s about time. Everyone who has any private…