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Category Archives: eDiscovery
So, the other day I was reading an article about eDiscovery. I do that a lot…it’s weirdly interesting to me. While I was reading, I see a line about the embarrassing level of technical knowledge attorneys have. This isn’t the … Continue reading
If you are a part of the Litigation Support community, you have no doubt been asked for a complete list of file types that cannot or should not be processed. What was your answer? My answer has always been: There is … Continue reading
Over the past few weeks, I have been reading some of the classics. The War of the Worlds, The Invisible Man, The Time Machine…yes, there is an H. G. Wells theme. But, the latest of these classics was Jules Verne’s Around … Continue reading
At least that’s what I overheard an e-discovery service provider say at a software conference. Being a client of litigation support service providers, the comment certainly didn’t drive me to want to use that particular vendor. The funny part is … Continue reading