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Catalyst Repository Systems Continues Its Successful Journey as a Leading Provider of Cloud-Based eDiscovery Technology

| October 18, 2012

Catalyst has traveled a long and interesting road since John Tredennick, their founder and CEO, spun the company out of Holland & Hart in 2000 after supporting several complex eDiscovery projects within the law firm. Over the past 12 years, Catalyst has continuously improved its eDiscovery technology throughout the eDiscovery lifecycle, processed terabytes of data and hosted thousands of […]

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Exterro Jumps into the Computer Assisted eDiscovery Race with Support for Full eDiscovery Lifecycle

| October 17, 2012

Exterro, the leading provider of unified electronic discovery software, has announced the addition of Computer Assisted eDiscovery to the Exterro Fusion® eDiscovery suite. Fusion Predictive Intelligence™ allows legal teams to apply machine intelligence for the identification and categorization of electronically stored information (ESI) across the EDRM, from pre-collection through review. This latest advancement, now available in Fusion […]

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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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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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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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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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The Early Case Assessment (ECA) Debate Continues

| June 1, 2010

As we emerge from the Memorial Day weekend and head into a short work week, it appears from my standard morning perusal of news and updates in eDiscovery and Governance, Risk and Compliance) GRC, that there is a “raging” debate about the definition of Early Case Assessment (ECA).  Well, maybe its not really “raging”.  However, […]

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eDiscovery Workflow Will Reduce the Complexity and Cost of eDiscovery for the Global 2000

| May 13, 2010

eDiscovery is complicated and very expensive. Or so the outside law firms, eDiscovery technology vendors, eDiscovery service providers and eDiscovery consultants have led us to believe. Having spent most of career developing and marketing Information Technology (IT) solutions for the Global 2000, I just don’t buy into the myth that it (eDiscovery) has to be complicated […]

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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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