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The Conceptual Search Game is Finally On!!

| June 25, 2010

I have been writing (probably preaching to some) about advanced search technology, the differences between conceptual search and keyword search and the importance of advanced search technology in both the Early Case Assessment (ECA) and document review phases of eDiscovery for the past 3 years. Concept Search Cash Law Emerging Concept Search vs. Keyword […]

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Litigators Need ESI Analytics – Not Boolean Search Tools

| May 24, 2010

This morning as I was enjoying my Monday morning coffee and reviewing the latest “Blog postings and press releases” in eDiscovery, I came across an article highlighting a research study published by AIIM on March 29, 2010, titled, “Users Need Content Research Tools, Not Basic Search Tools” that indicated users are more interested in finding […]

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Become an eDiscovery Superhero with Conceptual Search and Categorization Technology

| March 29, 2010

I grew up watching Batman and Robin on a really small black and white TV and reading Superman comic books. And, I have really enjoyed the resurgence of the Batman movie series. Given this fondness for superheros, I wanted to post a recent paper entitled, “Become an ESI Superhero” by Herbert L. Roitblat, Ph.D. of […]

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Early Case Assessment (ECA): From Key Word Search to Automating Document Relevance

| June 23, 2009

Just before the Christmas holidays in 2007 I was teaching a CLE on the “Changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP)”. There had to have been 150 litigators, litigation service providers and consultants in the room listening to me preach about this unchartered new world called eDiscovery. My initial morning session was an […]

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The New Generation of eDiscovery Search

| February 12, 2009

The New Generation of eDiscovery Search technology train is getting ready to leave the station. However, after walking the tradeshow floors and attending many of the breakout sessions at last weeks LegalTech in New York, it is obvious that there is a tremendous amount of confusion regarding the definition and scope of the New Generation […]

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Concept Search vs. Keyword Search in eDiscovery

| December 9, 2008

Having grown up in the enterprise class solutions world with relational databases, I am very comfortable with SQL query based searching. And, over the past several years, with my focus on the litigation market and litigation technology, I have now become very familiar with keyword searching against scanned and OCR’d document files. However, with with […]

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eDiscovery Search Predictions for 2008

| June 14, 2008

As I continued my education eDiscovery search platforms over the past couple of weeks and subsequent update to my eDiscovery Paradigm Shift Blog, I came across a really interesting update by Stephen E. Arnold on the current state of the search market in general titled “Search Rumor Round Up, Summer 2008″. And, although it is […]

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Rule 26(b)(5) Clawback Caselaw Emerging

| June 4, 2008

Given the enormous increase in the amount of data encumbant in todays discovery, Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26(b)(5) includes a section covering the accidental production of privileged information. It permits organizations to retract (“clawback”) privileged information following its discovery. Potential concerns regarding privilege are supposed to be discussed during meet-and-confer sessions as part of […]

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In Search of Integrated Conceptual eDiscovery Search Technology

| May 10, 2008

Over the past 6 months I have been investigating cost effective, integrated conceptual eDiscovery search technology delivered under a SaaS model. The basis for this investigation is to identify a way to extend the current capabilities of eDiscovery search through a forward thinking search technology that can be tightly integrated on the same Microsoft stack […]

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