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Product Review of The Global Discovery Network from Global 7 Technologies

| February 1, 2014

As promised in my article titled, “eDiscovery in the Cloud,” posted on January 23, 2015, following is a product review of the Global Discovery Network (GDN), a new generation cloud based Information Governance and eDiscovery platform from Global 7 Technologies (G7T).  G7T positions GDN as a multi-language Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) based multi-purpose and simple to use […]

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HP Finally Getting Autonomy into the Hands of Its Enterprise Sales Machine

| December 11, 2012

Vendor also revises AppSystem solutions around Vertica and Autonomy offerings According to a recent article on the site by Robert Dutt, titled, “HP adds eDiscovery system to AppSystem lineup,”   HP is finally getting Autonomy integrated into its enterprise sales machines.  Mr. Dutt states that while the new services are largely an all-HP Enterprise Services […]

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Linear Review is an Outdated Methodology

| January 5, 2011

As we trudge through the first week of 2011, I am going through my list of Blog posts that I wanted to comment on and the December 28, 2010 post on Linear Review by Venkat Rangan, Clearwell Systems CTO, seemed like a good place to start 2011.  The post titled, “Reinventing Review in Electronic Discovery”  […]

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eDiscovery Data Mapping Should be a Top Priority for General Counsel and CIOs within the Global 2000

| May 11, 2010

A key aspect and legal requirement of eDiscovery is the creation of a data map to determine precisely what information is available within an organization and where it resides. This is a process that should begin long before a company ever finds itself in court. Surprisingly, over the past 2 years, I haven’t found more […]

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Are Changes to the FRCP Increasing the Cost of Litigation?

| April 16, 2008

Over the past year, in pursuit of everyone trying to figure out the best way to address all of the issues created by the changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and all of the resulting changes to state and local rules, I have worked with litigators from over 75 different law firm, litigation […]

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Federal Judge Warns of E-Discovery Pitfalls

| April 8, 2008

During my daily review of the latest news and Blog posting by my favorite Bloggers, I came accross this very interesting article on titled, “Federal Judge Warns of E-Discovery Pitfalls” written by Larry Seltzer. What’s interesting about this article is discusses the opinoins of Magistrate Judge John M. Facciola of the United States District […]

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Search Terms and FRCP 26(b) (2)(B)

| March 20, 2008

City of Seattle v. Prof’l Basketball Club, LLC, 2008 WL 539809 (W.D. Wash. Feb. 25, 2008) is a great example for all of us to understand the seriousness and importance of detailed preperation for the Rule 26(f) meetings and how the courts (or at least this court) views the agreements reached between the parties at […]

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Qualcomm Inc. v. Broadcom Corp, 2008 WL 66932 (S.D. Cal. Jan. 7, 2008)

| March 18, 2008

In a possible response to the question that I posed in my last post of whether or not the Zubulake rulings are still relevant, Broadcom has recently been awarded over $8 Million in Attorneys Fees and Qualcomm’s Lawyers have been referred to the California State Bar Due to Discovery Misconduct. This may be the answer […]

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Is Zublake Relevant in 2008?

| March 6, 2008

With the maturation of records management standards, the evolution of Evidence Lifecycle Management (ELM) and the decrease in the cost of online storage technology, is the relevance of some of the Zubulake rulings ready to be challenged? Or, is it still the “Gold Standard” for eDiscovery? What do you think? Zubulake OverviewDuring 2003 and 2004, […]

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