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Product Review of The Global Discovery Network from Global 7 Technologies

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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The Dangers of Do-It-Yourself eDiscovery: A Warning to Lawyers and Business Leaders.

The Dangers of Do-It-Yourself eDiscovery: A Warning to Lawyers and Business Leaders.

| January 21, 2012

The goal of eDiscovery is to acquire relevant electronically stored information (ESI) and admit relevant and useful ESI into evidence. While ESI may be used for other purposes, such depositions or settlement negotiations, if the ESI is not gathered properly, it will not be admissible into evidence. Such a result would waste both the time […]

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Which Channel is Winning the eDiscovery Wars?

Which Channel is Winning the eDiscovery Wars?

| October 23, 2008

Having spent the better part of the last twenty (24) months meeting with the General Council of many of the Fortune 2000, Partners from many of the largest law firms in the country, regionally based litigation service providers, many of the well know litigation consulting organizations and most of the leading litigation technology vendors, I […]

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Litigation Technology Paradigm Shift from Law Firms to Corporate Legal Departments

Litigation Technology Paradigm Shift from Law Firms to Corporate Legal Departments

| August 5, 2008

Since the amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) went into effect in December 2006, I have seen an increased level of fear, uncertainty and doubt (FUD) within the legal departments of the Fortune 5000 in regards to what will happen if changes are not made to how they respond to the new […]

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Federal Judge Warns of E-Discovery Pitfalls

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 eWeek.com 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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Cell Phones,Text Messages and Smoking Guns

Cell Phones,Text Messages and Smoking Guns

| February 29, 2008

It doesn’t take reviewing the results of one of the recent national studies on cell phone usage to realize that that most Americans and most adults throughout the industrialized nations of the world now have cell phones. As such, the collecting the ESI on cell phones should be at the top of the checklist for […]

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Is eDiscovery Technology Outpacing the ability of the Legal Marketplace to Comprehend?

Is eDiscovery Technology Outpacing the ability of the Legal Marketplace to Comprehend?

| February 29, 2008

I spend most of waking hours either talking to lawyers at law firm or General Counsel and their staffs at major corporations about how to address the issues surrounding ESI in regards to upcoming or current cases or working with litigation support service providers and consultants about the latest litigation technology and associated concepts and […]

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Interview with CEO of WorkProducts

Interview with CEO of WorkProducts

| February 5, 2008

As a followup to my previous posts about the new players in the Evidence Lifecycle Management (ELM) technology space, I found this great interview with Steve Lilley of WorkProducts on the DCIGInc.com Blog by Joshua Konkle. The Title of the post is “Don’t be intimidated by legal technology”. Bridging the GAP between FRCP Requirements and […]

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ELM Appliances are First Sign of Falling Costs for eDiscovery

ELM Appliances are First Sign of Falling Costs for eDiscovery

| January 28, 2008

As the namesake of this Blog suggests, the litigation market is in the throws of a major paradigm shift. Most markets that go through these shifts find that consulting fees charged by the early experts seem excessive. But, they are willing to pay these fees for as long as they can produce the required results. […]

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