Posts Tagged ‘ediscovery’

On-Demand Legal Education: eDiscovery and the GDPR

On-Demand Legal Education: eDiscovery and the GDPR

This CLE-approved webcast session will cover how data privacy requirements have evolved over time, the parameters associated with the GDPR, what they mean to your organization and what steps your organization needs to take to ensure compliance with the GDPR.


CertaTech Solutions Acquires Clearwater Legal

CertaTech Solutions Acquires Clearwater Legal

Voiced by Amazon Polly Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Google+ Email A post shared by Rob Robinson (@complexdiscovery) on Feb 21, 2018 at 9:29am PST Press Announcement for CertaTech Solutions Acquisition of Clearwater Legal Integrated services expand eDiscovery and document review offerings for law firm and corporate legal clients of both companies. CertaTech Solutions, a leading provider of […]


Ralph Losey Highlights a Timely Lesson in Legal Search Stupidity

Ralph Losey Highlights a Timely Lesson in Legal Search Stupidity

An interesting, albeit dumb, case out of California provides some good cautionary instruction for anybody doing discovery. Youngevity Int’l Corp. v. Smith, 2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 210386 (S.D. Cal. Dec. 21, 2017). 


Google, AMP, and Email: An Interactive Addition to ESI

Google, AMP, and Email: An Interactive Addition to ESI

Frederic Lardinois of TechCrunch highlights a new and interesting approach to email from Google, AMP for Email. Available for developers who request preview access, this new approach appears to be another example of the increasing capability and complexity of electronically stored information.


Jeff Price on Getting the Most Out of eDiscovery Technology

Jeff Price on Getting the Most Out of eDiscovery Technology

Perhaps the biggest obstacle preventing attorneys from using modern technology in their eDiscovery practice is they simply don’t realize what exists and is currently available.


Five Great Reads on Data Discovery and Legal Discovery for February 2018

Five Great Reads on Data Discovery and Legal Discovery for February 2018

A selection of five articles shared regularly to inform and update legal and information technology professionals on the art and science of data discovery and legal discovery.


OpenText Acquires Hightail

OpenText Acquires Hightail

This press announcement by OpenText highlights the acquisition and proposed use of the creative collaboration and file sharing solutions from Hightail to enhance OpenText content services. While not directly addressed in the release as a component of OpenText’s eDiscovery plans, it is reasonable to highlight that the transfer and ingestion of large data sets can be a challenge for eDiscovery practitioners, a fact highlighted in recent eDiscovery software provider announcements around data transfers.


Jared Coseglia on ESI Elephant Hunting

Jared Coseglia on ESI Elephant Hunting

Jared Coseglia is one of the most talented business leaders and communicators in the eDiscovery ecosystem. In the following extract from a recent article of his (Top 10 Predictions for the E-Discovery and Cybersecurity Job Market in 2018) he concisely articulates an example of the growing gulf between the haves and have-nots in the eDiscovery provider world.


[Opinion] Ensuring that Email Data is Compliant with GDPR Regulations

[Opinion] Ensuring that Email Data is Compliant with GDPR Regulations

The countdown is on. With less than four months until the General Data Protection Regulation goes into effect, time is ticking for businesses to get their email security and archive solutions ready.


Mike Suchsland to Act as Chairman of Leadership Committee of Ipro Tech

Mike Suchsland to Act as Chairman of Leadership Committee of Ipro Tech

The Board of Directors of Ipro Tech announced today (February 8, 2018)that Kim Taylor has stepped down as CEO after a mutual decision between him and the Board. Ipro remains focused on providing customers with a seamless discovery process that is simple, affordable and automated.


Legal Tech Startups Kick Off 2018 With A Fundraising Tear

Legal Tech Startups Kick Off 2018 With A Fundraising Tear

In January of last year, legal tech startups raised a meager $1.25 million according to Crunchbase. But this year, the same group of companies have raised a touch over $49 million in just over a month’s time.


Positioning Points: Considering Legaltech® New York 2018

Positioning Points: Considering Legaltech® New York 2018

In reflecting on this year’s Legaltech event, several things did stand out to me as positioning points of note. 


SuperCALifragilisticexpialidocious: An Update on One Technology-Assisted Review Protocol’s Terminology

SuperCALifragilisticexpialidocious: An Update on One Technology-Assisted Review Protocol's Terminology

With recent eDiscovery provider announcements that highlight the use of the terms “Continuous Active Learning” and “CAL”, provided below is a quick review and current update on Recommind’s (Recommind, Inc.) opposition to the trademark/service mark application by Maura Grossman and Gordan V. Cormack for trademarking CONTINUOUS ACTIVE LEARNING and CAL.


Investigating File Transfer Speed: Amazon S3 Transfer Acceleration

Investigating File Transfer Speed: Amazon S3 Transfer Acceleration

With recent announcements by eDiscovery software providers as to the significant impact that Amazon’s S3 Transfer Acceleration technology may have for their (eDiscovery software provider) customers, the following information is shared to help educate the eDiscovery ecosystem on this technology and to provide links and tools that may help highlight actual vs. asserted benefits of leveraging the technology for file transfers.


Feedspot: Top 60 eDiscovery Blogs and Websites For eDiscovery Professionals

Feedspot: Top 60 eDiscovery Blogs and Websites For eDiscovery Professionals

The Best eDiscovery blogs from thousands of top eDiscovery blogs in our [Feedspot] index using search and social metrics.


2018 eDiscovery Buyer’s Guide: A Solo to Mid-sized Law Firm Shopper’s Handbook

2018 eDiscovery Buyer's Guide: A Solo to Mid-sized Law Firm Shopper's Handbook

Legal technology professionals Brett Burney and Chelsey Lambert have released the 2018 eDiscovery Buyers Guide – a shopper’s handbook and educational resource for solo to mid-sized law firms.


DISCO Raises $20M Growth Financing

DISCO Raises $20M Growth Financing

CS Disco Inc., the legal technology company that makes the market-leading cloud ediscovery solution DISCO, today announced a $20M equity financing.


Driven Inc. Acquires Staffing Provider Update Legal

Driven Inc. Acquires Staffing Provider Update Legal

Driven, Inc., an end-to-end eDiscovery and data management solutions provider, is proud to announce the acquisition of Update Legal, a legal staffing company founded in 1970.


KLDiscovery Announces Growth Equity Investment from WestView Capital Partners

KLDiscovery Announces Growth Equity Investment from WestView Capital Partners

KLDiscovery (KLD) today announced that it has received a significant growth equity investment from WestView Capital Partners, with participation from its existing backers The Carlyle Group and Revolution Growth.


Logikcull Raises $25 Million to Continue Making Discovery Instant for Everyone

Logikcull Raises $25 Million to Continue Making Discovery Instant for Everyone

Logikcull, the cloud-based discovery platform on a mission to make discovery instant and accessible for everyone, today announced that it has raised an additional $25 million in a round led by New Enterprise Associates (“NEA”), with participation from existing investors OpenView Venture Partners and Storm Ventures.


Increasing Volumes of Data Impacting eDiscovery Business Confidence (Winter 2018)

Increasing Volumes of Data Impacting eDiscovery Business Confidence (Winter 2018)

In the Winter of 2018, 30% of respondents viewed increasing volumes of data as potentially having the greatest business impact on their business in the next six months. This percentage is the highest of all concerns represented in the survey. Increasing volumes of data also appear to have the greatest potential impact now on business than at any time since the Fall of 2016.


How to Identify a SaaS Market that Machine Learning Will Disrupt

How to Identify a SaaS Market that Machine Learning Will Disrupt

By and large, the most frequent applications of machine learning in SaaS today are efficiency applications – automating the high-volume rote processes and reducing costs.


DOJ: Seek Data from the Business Enterprise, Not Its Cloud Provider

DOJ: Seek Data from the Business Enterprise, Not Its Cloud Provider

Where does the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) turn when it needs business enterprise data stored on the cloud for a criminal investigation? According to a recent DOJ memo, the default rule is now turn to the business enterprise first and the cloud only if necessary.


Five Great Reads on Data Discovery and Legal Discovery for January 2018

Five Great Reads on Data Discovery and Legal Discovery for January 2018

A selection of five articles shared regularly to inform and update legal and information technology professionals on the art and science of data discovery and legal discovery.