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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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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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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…

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What is AccessData Up to With Summation?

As one of the Summation Certified Trainers who has kept current with the certification, I’ve had a bit of an inside look into where AccessData is taking the Summation product after purchasing the company. Clearly, their initial forays into redesigning the training and certification programs were not very well thought out, and they have even…