Articles Tagged with e-discovery

George Socha and¬†Tom Gelbmann, two names well known in the e-discovery field for their annual Socha-Gelbmann Electronic Discovery Survey and for their roles in developing the¬†Electronic Discovery Reference Model, have launched Apersee, a website that aims to become the premier system for helping litigation professionals choose e-discovery providers and products. The site features the Selection […]

E-discovery in cases under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act can raise many hurdles. Documents are likely to be in multiple languages. The quantity of data is likely to be huge. And the data is apt to be housed with multiple custodians in any number of global locations and in any variety of formats. Along with […]

Today at 1 p.m. Eastern time, I will participate in a webcast on e-discovery trends for 2010. The webcast is sponsored by Fios and hosted by Mary Mack, corporate technology counsel for Fios and author of the blog Sound Evidence. While e-discovery will be the focus of the webinar, Mary and I plan to talk […]

Thanks to the shameless plugging of Frank Gonnello Jr., I learned about the e-discovery blog e-Lessons Learned. The blog is overseen by Fernando M. Pinguelo, a New Jersey attorney and Seton Hall law professor, and written using contributions from law students from all over the country. The blog takes a clever approach to the topic. […]

Updates to two of the sites I discussed in my recent two-part article, “Discovering E-Discovery on the Web” (Part One, Part Two): First, I wrote in the article that DiscoveryResources.org “may be the leading e-discovery portal” and that its Sound Evidence blog, written by e-discovery expert Mary Mack, is “one of the best known e-discovery […]

[The following column originally appeared in print in October 2007. I am republishing it as part of my continuing effort to maintain an archive of my published columns. Important note: I have not updated this since its original publication. While most of the sites remain as described, some may have changed. All information was current […]

[The following column originally appeared in print in September 2007. I am republishing it as part of my continuing effort to maintain an archive of my published columns. Important note: I have not updated this since its original publication. While most of the sites remain as described, some may have changed. All information was current […]

Law.com today features the second installment in my two-part column on useful e-discovery sites and resources. The second part, Keeping Up With EDD Blogs and Tools, focuses, as the title suggests, on EDD blogs and also on vendor sites with useful information. The first part, EDD Bytes to Feed Your Firm, looked at general EDD […]

Available now in Law Technology News is my latest column, Discovering E-Discovery, the first of two parts surveying e-discovery sites on the Web. (Free registration required.) This month, I look at some of the more useful Web sites for learning about and keeping current with this essential area of practice. Next month in part two, […]

I am extremely proud to join with an esteemed group of e-discovery and legal technology experts in the launch of the blog EDD Update, a joint project of Law Technology News and Law.com Legal Technology. As LTN Editor Monica Bay and Law.com Technology Editor Sean Doherty explain in their welcome message: “Our concept of this […]

Electronic discovery. This was the use that kept coming to my mind as I tested dtSearch, an immensely fast and powerful desktop and enterprise search tool. Its marketing tagline is, “Instantly search terabytes of text.” I can’t vouch for terabytes, but after testing it on a single laptop, I can say it is the fastest […]