Linked: You Can’t Stop Recording of Your Video Conference Meeting
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Linked: You Can’t Stop Recording of Your Video Conference Meeting

If it’s on a screen, there is always a way to capture it. So maybe in online meetings, act accordingly? “Even with these restrictions, you can’t stop a participant from using their phone to record the session or using a separate software application to record.” This issue reminds me of a time some years back…

Linked: 3 eDiscovery Lessons From COVID-19 Shutdown
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Linked: 3 eDiscovery Lessons From COVID-19 Shutdown

The first line of the first lesson is one I totally agree with: “It’s said that major events don’t so much change our culture as they simply reveal what was already there.” I feel like Jeff should have reminded himself of that first line when writing the rest of it, because yes, it’s true that…

Can a Virtual Conference Add Enough Value to Charge Attendees?
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Can a Virtual Conference Add Enough Value to Charge Attendees?

In the past couple of weeks, we’ve seen two of the bigger conferences in the legal tech and eDiscovery fields announce that they will be totally online this year. Relativity Fest will be 100% virtual, and free to attend. Meanwhile ILTA’s annual conference will likewise be online, but cost members $350 for the week, or…

Linked: The Foreign Language of E-Discovery
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Linked: The Foreign Language of E-Discovery

If this is you, you really should take their advice, and go learn something about eDiscovery technology. Have you ever been involved in a meet and confer regarding electronically stored information and felt your adversary was speaking a foreign language? Is active machine learning an unfamiliar concept to you? Is BYOD an acronym for who-knows-what?…