Posts Tagged ‘electronic discovery’

The Challenge of Analysis? eDiscovery Service Market Sizing (Cartoon and Clip)

The Challenge of Analysis? eDiscovery Service Market Sizing  (Cartoon and Clip)

Taken from a combination of public market sizing estimations* as shared in leading electronic discovery publications, posts and discussions over time, the following eDiscovery Market Size Mashup** shares general market sizing estimates for the services area of the electronic discovery market for the years between 2014 and 2019.


The Fifth e-Discovery Magic Quadrant: Illustrating 3 Key Trends in the Legal Landscape

The Fifth e-Discovery Magic Quadrant: Illustrating 3 Key Trends in the Legal Landscape

In reviewing the 2015 Gartner Magic Quadrant for e-Discovery Software, we noticed three key trends that seem to rise to the top of this year’s report: the symbiosis between software and services, international e-discovery, and the evolving legal cloud.


An eDiscovery Market Size Mashup: 2014-2019 Worldwide Services Overview

An eDiscovery Market Size Mashup:  2014-2019 Worldwide Services Overview

Taken from a combination of public market sizing estimations as shared in leading electronic discovery reports, publications and posts over time, the following eDiscovery Market Size Mashup shares general worldwide market sizing considerations for services in the electronic discovery market for the years between 2014 and 2019.


From Big Data to Big Law: The Week’s Five Great Reads

From Big Data to Big Law: The Week's Five Great Reads

This week’s newsletter highlights five key posts on information governance and electronic discovery that are presented to inform and update legal and information technology professionals.


The Virtues of Fielding

The Virtues of Fielding

Does clinging to the notion of “document” really hold us back? I think so, because continuing to define what we seek in discovery as “documents” ties us to a two-dimensional view of four-dimensional information.


Social Media as Unstructured Data? The Week’s Five Great Reads

Social Media as Unstructured Data? The Week's Five Great Reads

This week’s newsletter highlights five key posts on information governance and electronic discovery that are presented to inform and update legal and information technology professionals.


Abstracts, Mashups, and eDiscovery Software (Cartoon and Clip)

Abstracts, Mashups, and eDiscovery Software  (Cartoon and Clip)

As part of the eDiscovery process, legal professionals typically use a combination of talent, technology, and techniques to do tasks ranging from preservation to production of electronically stored information. Many of the most often used technologies in this process come in the form of eDiscovery software.


An eDiscovery Market Size Mashup: 2014-2019 Worldwide Software Overview

An eDiscovery Market Size Mashup:  2014-2019 Worldwide Software Overview

Taken from a combination of public market sizing estimations as shared in leading electronic discovery reports, publications and posts over time, the following eDiscovery Market Size Mashup shares general worldwide market sizing considerations for software in the electronic discovery market for the years between 2014 and 2019.


US Court Allows Google Earth Image as Evidence

US Court Allows Google Earth Image as Evidence

Google Earth and GPS coordinates were used to prove that a person was arrested after illegal reentry into the U.S.


Records Manager Edition: The Week’s Five Great Reads

Records Manager Edition: The Week's Five Great Reads

This week’s newsletter highlights five key posts on information governance and electronic discovery that are presented to inform and update legal and information technology professionals.


Technology Commercialization: 5 Definitions (Cartoon and Clip)

Technology Commercialization: 5 Definitions  (Cartoon and Clip)

Emerging technologies often represent new and innovative approaches to solving difficult problems. They also may have a significantly positive impact on the time, money, and resources required to complete previously daunting tasks. Yet until emerging technologies are effectively commercialized, they may offer users as much peril as promise.


Vendors in Educational Clothing?

Vendors in Educational Clothing?

Some for-profit providers effectively cloak their true nature and revenue source by presenting themselves as ‘organizations’, ‘associations’, ‘reference models’, ‘institutes’ or other labels intended to convey academic authority.


Who’s Accountable? The Week’s Five Great Reads

Who's Accountable? The Week's Five Great Reads

This week’s newsletter highlights five key posts on information governance and electronic discovery that are presented to inform and update legal and information technology professionals.


Framework, Guides, and Paths in Marketing (Cartoon and Clip)

Framework, Guides, and Paths in Marketing (Cartoon and Clip)

This week our cartoon and clip provides one tried and true marketing planning technique (cartoon), and shares salient considerations for properly aligning marketing strategy, operations, and tactics (clip).


The Many Blessings Of Information Governance

The Many Blessings Of Information Governance

To manage that risk—and to maximize the value of their data—a growing number of companies are beginning to focus on information governance. Information governance is somewhat of a buzzword in the world of litigation support and e-discovery.


Treatment of Social Media Accounts in Bankruptcy

Treatment of Social Media Accounts in Bankruptcy

In today’s digital marketplace, understanding how the law applies to virtual assets is becoming as important as understanding how it applies to the brick-and-mortar world.


The Week’s Five Great Reads – New Reports Edition

The Week's Five Great Reads - New Reports Edition

This week’s newsletter highlights five key posts on information governance and electronic discovery that are presented to inform and update legal and information technology professionals.


Right Sourcing in eDiscovery (Cartoon and Clip)

Right Sourcing in eDiscovery (Cartoon and Clip)

Daily we read, see, and hear more and more about the tension corporate legal departments face as they decide how to source technology and talent for their eDiscovery efforts. Balancing cost, time, and complexity is a continual challenge and what is the right balance today may be out of balance tomorrow. This week our cartoon and clip provides one look at the impact of technology on outsourcing (cartoon), and shares considerations for right sourcing eDiscovery (clip).


HBR Releases Results of Law Firm e-Discovery Strategy Survey

HBR Releases Results of Law Firm e-Discovery Strategy Survey

HBR Consulting released results of its Law Firm e-Discovery Strategy Survey which identifies trends in law department electronic discovery (e-discovery) operations and 2015 planning around staffing, technology, revenue, and strategy.


What is LTPI? The Legal Technology Professionals Institute

What is LTPI? The Legal Technology Professionals Institute

The Legal Technology Professionals Institute is a non-profit trade association created for and run by Legal Technology professionals to represent all participants in the legal technology industry, including providers and consumers of technology products and services, to develop and maintain operational and ethical standards, best practices, guidelines, resources, and forums under a non-profit umbrella.


The Week’s Five Great Reads – Cloud Challenge Edition

The Week's Five Great Reads - Cloud Challenge Edition

This week’s newsletter highlights five key posts on information governance and electronic discovery that are presented to inform and update legal and information technology professionals.


The Challenge of eDiscovery Cost Taxation (Cartoon and Clip)

The Challenge of eDiscovery Cost Taxation (Cartoon and Clip)

Daily we read, see, and hear more and more about the costs of electronic discovery. One interesting discussion related to these costs is how they can or cannot be taxed. In his excellent Bow Tie Law Blog, eDiscovery expert Josh Gilliland highlights a recent case where the taxation of eDiscovery costs were addressed by the Court.


How One Startup Wants to Solve an ‘Insane’ Problem for a $400 Billion Industry

How One Startup Wants to Solve an 'Insane' Problem for a $400 Billion Industry

“eDiscovery sucks,” says Wilson. “It’s an insanely inefficient process that would drive any normal human insane.”


There are no Magic Words for Taxation of Processing Costs, but there is the Law

There are no Magic Words for Taxation of Processing Costs, but there is the Law

Taxation of cost cases can be dull. However, when the Judge shoots down an argument with a YouTube video in the opinion, you know it’s a party.