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Sometimes The Cutting Edge Draws Blood

I’ve read with some interest some of the commentaries about the recent moves of high-level eDiscovery experts from various firms and vendors. As someone who made a much less glamorous move myself recently, I’m curious about the different reactions. One of them was from Rees Morrison that caught my eye: Ay, there’s the rub. Just…

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Big News: So Long Columbus!

Earlier this week, I gave notice to my current firm. I’ve been offered, and accepted ,a Litigation Support Analyst position with a much larger firm. (I’m not exactly sure about their policies regarding naming the firm in a blog post, so I’ll leave that out for now….) Anyway, the new gig is in their Greenville,…

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Editing Myself

I have always maintained that any personal social networking policy should begin and end with one simple instruction. Don’t be Stupid! I’ve always felt like that pretty much covers it. If something is too stupid to do in person, don’t do it online. Thus, don’t have too much to drink and interact online, don’t write…

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Are You Keeping Up?

Last night I posted about the idea that your employees using social networking tools, and gathering important information about yor business, your industry, etc. was a no-brainer. Today, I had a conversation with someone that really brought that point to home for me. Not that we were having a conversation about social networking per se,…

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Can Social Media Make Your Company Smarter?

According to this, yeah. And this part in particular seems like a serious no-brainer. One method Klososky suggests to managers is encouraging employees to build personalized “rivers of information” that push specialized, real-time information about their industry or expertise to them by way of social technology tools such as RSS readers, Twitter and Digg. A…

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Make 2011 The Year You Learn More About E-Discovery

Ralph Losey is putting his money where his mouth is. After years of trying to encourage law schools to do a better job teaching e-discovery, he’s decided to take on that challenge himself, with the help of some friends. Earlier this week, he announced the opening of E-Discovery Law Training, an online course equivalent to…