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Hat tip to David Greetham for this story! One worker in Japan could be nursing a protracted hangover after he lost a USB memory stick following a night out with colleagues. Why? It contained the personal details of nearly half a million people. As reported by the BBC (Japanese man loses USB stick with entire […]

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One of the great things about all the cases I cover on eDiscovery Today is that we proceed to discuss them within the month on the EDRM monthly case law webinar that I moderate with excellent observations from Tom O’Connor (Director of the Gulf Legal Technology Center), Mary Mack (CEO and Chief Legal Technologist of EDRM) and Hon. Andrew […]

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Primum non nocere is a Latin phrase that means “first, do no harm.” This principle is commonly taught in healthcare. In fact, the Hippocratic Oath, taken by doctors, promises they will abstain from doing harm to their patients. Though the exact phrase “do no harm” isn’t included in the original Hippocratic Oath (contrary to popular […]

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On eDiscovery Today, I engaged in a follow up discussion on my TAR series (published in two parts here and here and republished in one part here) with Dr. Jeremy Pickens, Principal Data Scientist at OpenText, who is friend and well-respected colleague (many of us call him “Dr. J.”). Dr. J is perhaps eDiscovery Today’s most prolific commenter – probably in […]

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This is a fun and interesting case covered by one of my all-time favorite bloggers, Chris Dale, on his excellent eDisclosure Information Project blog. Here is a brief summary of the case and the eDisclosure implications. Colleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy are wives of English football (here, we call it “soccer”) playing husbands and famous in their […]

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Last week, a true crime case that I’ve been covering for five years reached its conclusion (appeals aside) and I also just watched a TV show about another true crime case. The common link between the two cases? Fitbit data was critical in identifying the suspect. Here are those cases and two others, one of […]

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After covering Andrew Haslam’s annual eDisclosure Systems Buyers Guide on eDiscovery Today last week (which was published last week on Rob Robinson’s ComplexDiscovery site here), I published part 1 of a more in-depth look at the guide and some of the other benefits of it earlier this week here. Here’s the conclusion of my in-depth look at Andrew’s Buyers […]

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Last week on eDiscovery Today, I covered Andrew Haslam’s annual eDisclosure Systems Buyers Guide, which was published last week on Rob Robinson’s ComplexDiscovery site here. As you can imagine, it’s difficult to cover a 450-page guide like that in-depth in a single blog post. So, I’m taking the next two posts here on this blog to take a […]

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Last time, I discussed one of our favorite judges to cover on the EDRM monthly case law webinar: Illinois Magistrate Judge Jeffrey Cole, who pulls no punches when it comes to how he views lack of cooperation and other failures in eDiscovery. In a little over two years, eDiscovery Today has already covered seven of […]

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It seems appropriate to discuss case law related topics on the EDRM blog, since they host the monthly case law webinar that I moderate with excellent observations from Tom O’Connor (Director of the Gulf Legal Technology Center), Mary Mack (CEO and Chief Legal Technologist of EDRM) and Hon. Andrew Peck (Ret.), Senior Counsel at DLA Piper. […]

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