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We start a new series on the “best-of-breed” boutique law firms with Kalbian Hagerty LLP: experts on the Persian Gulf, the FCPA and more

   Throughout our coverage of the Georgetown University Law Center’s conference on “Law firm evolution” (click here), the hot topic of conversation was the recent development of entrepreneurial

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Toyota: withheld records, class actions, document reviews, and more

  As we reported yesterday (along with 8 gazillion other media reports) ABC News had reported a few weeks ago that a former Toyota product liability lawyer had accused Toyota of hiding information in

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From LegalTech NY 2010: Malcolm Gladwell, Dr. Lisa Sanders and David Craig on Intelligence, Intuition and Information

This is part of our summary analysis of LegalTech New York 2010.  For all of our posts please click here. The Wednesday keynote presentation was titled “I3: The New Convergence of Intelligence,

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From LegalTech NY 2010 (somewhat off-topic): the internet, traditional media and social media — and Google

This post is one of several summarizing our coverage of LegalTech New York 2010.  For our other posts click here.  One of the side benefits to LegalTech is your immersion in a “let’s get it done,

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From LegalTech NY 2010: Defensible document review

This post is one of several summarizing our coverage of LegalTech New York 2010.  For our other posts click here. Laura Kibbe (Senior Vice President at Epiq Systems) led a spirited panel titled “Achieving

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From Legal Tech NY 2010: Early Case Assessment — how far left can you go?

This post is one of several summarizing our coverage of LegalTech New York 2010.  For our other LegalTech posts click here. Reported by:  Alexis Gambetta / The Posse List  There were multiple sessions

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From LegalTech NY 2010: Backup is for Recovery, Archiving is for Discovery

This post is one of several summarizing our coverage of LegalTech New York 2010.  For our other posts click here. Reported by:  Alexis Gambetta /The Posse List The functions of managing record retention

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An interview with Craig Carpenter of Recommind: a discussion on predictive coding

This interview is part of our new series “Data! Data! Data!” — Cures for a General Counsel’s ESI Nightmares”.  For our introduction to the series click here.   Craig Carpenter, Vice President

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eDiscovery survey being conducted by New York University

  10 November 2009 You are invited to take part in a research study regarding the E-Discovery Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and their effects on law firms and their corporate clients. 

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Nov 19th: free webcast from Exterro “Why Project Management is the Key to Success for Every E-discovery Undertaking”

        On Thursday, November 19th, Exterro will Web-cast a one-hour panel presentation of e-discovery experts who will “show why project management is the key to success for every e-discovery

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