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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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QuisLex Offers Perspectives on Managing eDiscovery Costs

| December 27, 2012

Panel Offers Guide to Taking Control of the eDiscovery Process at ALM Controlling Legal Costs Conference New York, NY (PRWEB) December 27, 2012  QuisLex Director of Litigation Services Philip Algieri, along with Carrie Davis, Legal Discovery Specialist at Pfizer, and Jessica Perazzelli Ross, eDiscovery Services Attorney at Latham & Watkins LLP, recently presented a roadmap […]

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Computer Assisted eDiscovery Continues its Almost Inevitable March to Broader Legal Acceptance and Adoption

| October 16, 2012

Faced with the accelerating increase in the volume of Electronically Stored Information (ESI) and the emergence of the concept of Big Data, enterprises worldwide need next generation IT systems to fulfill their corporate compliance, information governance and eDiscovery requirements to process and analyze all of this data. It is in response to this demand that Technology […]

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Selling Identity and Access Management (IAM) in the Cloud into the Enterprise

| October 10, 2012

This is the fifth article in a series of articles in which I have been focusing on the customer centric sales and marketing strategies required to successfully sell eDiscovery, Information Governance, Big Data analytic tools and cloud computing infrastructure into the enterprise.  In this article I will discuss how to sell Identity and Access Management […]

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Bringing eDiscovery In-house: What Corporate Counsel Wants Versus What They Need

| January 17, 2011

2011 will be the year that a significant percentage of eDiscovery technology and services moves “in-house”.  Historically, Corporate Counsel collaborated with outside counsel, litigation service providers, computer forensic companies and litigation technology consulting organizations to have this work completed.  I would suspect that the reasoning or justification behind this outsourcing mentality was a byproduct of […]

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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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Continuous Case Assessment (CCA)

| September 9, 2010

Barry Murphy posted an article on his eDiscovery Journal Blog on September 1, 2010 titled, “Earlier Early Case Assessment (ECA)?” in which he outlines the maturation of the Early Case Assessment (ECA) model and how the industry has been contending that ECA needs to happen even earlier in the process to have the biggest impact […]

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When to Bring eDiscovery In-house or Move to Cloud Computing?

| May 20, 2010

Over the past 18 months, the “big buzz” in the eDiscovery market has been that the Global 2000 are bringing eDiscovery in house.  The value proposition is that outsourcing to legal vendors, service providers and/or outside counsel is just too expensive.  And, ultimately, ensuring that it (eDiscovery) is done properly (i.e. in a legally defensible […]

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Will California’s New Rules for eDiscovery Increase Costs?

| October 14, 2009

By now, we all know that Califronia Governor Schwarzenegger signed California Assembly Bill 5 into law on June 29th, 2009 dramatically expanding upon the federal requirements for playing nicely in eDiscovery as stated in the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP). However, no one knows for sure how this new law will effect the cost. […]

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Gunfight at the OK Corral or Forced Mediation in eDiscovery

| June 30, 2009

As I am winding down my week getting ready for the July 4th holidays, I came across an interesting article posted on Compliance Week ( by Jaclyn Jaeger, titled “Cutting your eDiscovery Costs”.  The article is really more about how to use court forced mediation as a way to more efficiently resolve disputed that involve […]

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