Big Data Analytics Uncovers Form in Unstructured Legal Data

Big Data Analytics Uncovers Form in Unstructured Legal Data This article in Law Technology news by Christopher DiMarco, reports on the trend in the legal space to adopt predictive technologies for discovery, venue selection and case strategy. The article discusses Cambridge Semantics role in helping organizations implement solutions that use intelligent data systems to help […]

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Webb v. Ethicon Endo-Surgery, Court Addresses Proportionality in Discovery, Observes that Party’s Recordkeeping System Requiring it to Incur Heavy Expenditures Does Not Prevent Disclosure of Discoverable Information

Webb v. Ethicon Endo-Surgery, Court Addresses Proportionality in Discovery, Observes that Party’s Recordkeeping System Requiring it to Incur Heavy Expenditures Does Not Prevent Disclosure of Discoverable Information In this product liability case, the parties disputed the scope of discovery ordered by Magistrate Judge Jeanne J. Graham. On July 29, 2009, the Plaintiff, Susan Webb (“Webb”), […]

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Trust But Verify — What E-discovery Should Be

Trust But Verify — What E-discovery Should Be This article by John Hopkins of Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley appearing in JD Supra, addresses the trend toward adversarial behavior by lawyers engaged in the discovery process. The author notes that if a lawyer requests discovery related from the opposing party, the most likely response […]

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Electronic Discovery: Beware of Employees Using Personal Email Accounts for Company Business

Electronic Discovery: Beware of Employees Using Personal Email Accounts for Company Business In JD Supra Business advisor, David Schumacher and Samantha Southall of Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC, provide a cautionary tale about employee use of personal email utilizing the recent allegations regarding Hillary Clinton’s use of her personal email account to conduct business while […]

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