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U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Selects Clearwell eDiscovery Platform Through Government Acquisitions

| December 19, 2012

Clearwell’s strengths include advanced search, advanced analytics and the ability to automatically eliminate duplicate information — which play a key role in cost reduction. CINCINNATI, OH — Government Acquisitions in partnership with Symantec Corp. (NASDAQ: SYMC) today announced that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has selected the Clearwell eDiscovery Platform to streamline its electronic […]

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Riding the Wave of Early Case Assessment

| May 4, 2011

This past weekend, I finally emerged from a rather lengthy project and therefore I now have a bit of time to get back to my  Blog.  At the top of my list was the desire to comment on an article entitled, “Riding the Waves of Early Case Assessment” published on April 26, 2011  on the […]

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Will Kroll Ontrack Survive or Open the Market to Newer, Better and Less Expensive Solutions?

| June 10, 2010

Earlier this week, Marsh & McLennan (M&M) announced the sale of Kroll, its computer forensics division which last year generated $678 million in revenue. Kroll is being acquired by Altegrity, an investigative services company which is owned by Providence Equity. Financed by Apollo Investment Services and Goldman Sachs, the acquisition price is $1.13 billion. The […]

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The Era of the Megalith in College Football and eDiscovery

| June 9, 2010

As a fanatic Boise State Football fan, I have had enough on my plate the past couple of days trying to sort out which of the new megalithic conferences that my beloved Boise State Football team is going to end up in. Looks like the new PAC 16 will take what they want from the […]

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Early Case Assessment (ECA) Moving to The Corporations

| May 10, 2010

Many eDiscovery vendors and consultants have seen more eDiscovery work moving back to the corporations. And, based on surveys over the past 12 months and direct discussions with eDiscovery decision makers within corporations, most industry analysts have predicted that eDiscovery work is moving back to the corporations at an accelerating rate. Now, The Cowan Group […]

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Status of Early Case Assessment (ECA)

| August 27, 2009

After about 18 months since the term Early Case Assessment (ECA) emerged, it appears that users are beginning to understand that the key to reducing the overall costs of eDiscovery lies wtih reducing the amount of data that eventually has to be produced and reviewed. Also, it appears that eDiscovery vendors have figured out that […]

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Reducing eDiscovery Costs vs. Law Firm Profits

| January 25, 2009

I have spent the better part of the last two (2) weeks talking with top litigators from AM 100 Law Firms, eDiscovery service providers, eDiscovery consultants and the General Counsel from corporations that are either currently involved in cases with major eDiscovery costs or have recently complete a case with major eDiscovery costs. What has […]

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New SaaS Player in Early Case Assessment (ECA) for eDiscovery

| December 2, 2008

With the increased legal burden introduced by the changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure driving the litigation market to contain costs related to eDiscovery, Early Case Assessment (ECA) solution providers such as Clearwell Systems have gained a tremendous following. However, at a cost of $150 per gigabyte to assess your case and/or develop […]

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Electronic Data Discovery Workflow and Best Practices

| October 28, 2008

Over the past twenty four (24) months I have had the opportunity to meet with law firms, the litigation and IT departments of the Fortune 2000, regional litigation service providers, eDiscovery consultants and eDiscovery technology vendors to discuss the current state and technologies of eDiscovery.  Based upon these discussions, I have come to the conclusion […]

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The Cost of eDiscovery

| September 10, 2008

As we approach the two(2) year anniversary of the December 2006 changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP), it has been interesting and somewhat educational to follow the tremendous confusion and the dramatic changes in the cost of processing Electronically Stored Information (ESI). As I have been claiming, the changes to the FRCP […]

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