Lit Support Links (weekly)

Digital Forensics and eDiscovery Employment – The State of the Market 2012 tags: litsupport MM Are You Ready for the Next Step in Document Review Technology? tags: litsupport MM 3 Drawbacks To Predictive Coding tags: litsupport MM Random Sample Calculations And My Prediction That 300,000 Lawyers Will Be Using Random Sampling By 2022 « e-Discovery…

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And The World Keeps Turning….

Apparently, while 2011 was a year of huge changes for me, the changes just keep coming in 2012. I won’t be relocating again, but I will be switching jobs, and that is going to also impact what I’m doing on this site. I’ve accepted a Litigation Support Trainer position with AccessData. I’ll be based out…

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Follow The Leader

Last year it was AccessData acquiring Summation, and now that they are releasing their new version of Summation Pro, fully integrated with the FTK backend that takes you from forensic acquisition straight through to attorney review,  I guess this should come as no shock. Guidance Software to Acquire CaseCentral Actually, this is good news as…

Links (weekly)

Reply to an Information Scientist’s Critique of My “Secrets of Search” Article tags: LitSupport MM Cowen Group Survey Predicts Big Revenue Spike for Litigation Support tags: LitSupport MM Printing ESI & Scanning It Is Not OK Really? Someone is still doing this? tags: LitSupport MM Aren’t You Forgetting Something? Craig Ball with his usual good…

Lit Support Links (weekly)

Reply to an Information Scientist’s Critique of My “Secrets of Search” Article tags: LitSupport MM Cowen Group Survey Predicts Big Revenue Spike for Litigation Support tags: LitSupport MM Printing ESI & Scanning It Is Not OK Really? Someone is still doing this? tags: LitSupport MM Aren’t You Forgetting Something? Craig Ball with his usual good…

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Not Billable Hour, Not Per-Gig, Then What?

I’ve seen some news, and cheering, recently suggesting that per-gig pricing as part of the ediscovery process is dead. If you read that post from AccessData, and follow the links, I think you’ll see a pretty good case for why a per-gig pricing model is problematic, but the one thing you won’t see is what…