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Of the many reasons that E-Discovery Day is so enjoyable for legal professionals, none may be more meaningful than the simple ability to chat, mingle, network, and generally have a great time with others who work in the e-discovery industry. In a normal year (read: any year other than 2020), the E-Discovery Day events page would be filled with […]

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Calling all legal professionals: E-Discovery Day—the biggest yearly gathering of e-discovery industry professionals—is almost here! Thursday, December 3 is your chance to join thousands of your peers in the e-discovery community in celebrating the hard work that we do, with opportunities to network, learn new techniques, and engage with others in the industry.  If you haven’t […]

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Ron Rambo, Content Manager of Exterro, provided an overview of the activities organized for E-Discovery Day 2020 and set the context with the holiday’s history. According to Rambo: E-Discovery Day has come a long way over the past five years. What started in 2015 as an opportunity for legal professionals from around the world to come […]

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Hal Brooks, CEO of EDRM partner, Haystack, posted a Thanksgiving message of appreciation for clients, friends and partners. Brooks reiterated the commitments Haystack holds on behalf of its work: affection, comfort, encouragement, respect, security, support and understanding. From our team to you, I wish you a healthy, hopeful, and harmonious Thanksgiving Holiday. Hal Brooks, CEO, […]

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Craig Ball, author of the award winning Ball in Your Court, has published another step by step tutorial for a thorny eDiscovery task: native file BATES labeling. [Note: Craig Ball is EDRM’s General Counsel.] Titled, “C’mon! Bates Numbering Native Production is Easy“, Craig lays out free and almost free software alternatives for the various sorts […]

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Key considerations when social media is digital evidence The recent Netflix documentary, “The Social Dilemma,” has taken the airwaves by storm and paints a bleak picture of social media consumption, manipulation, and obsession. With a daily active user base that spans over half of the humans on earth (3.8B) and spends an average of three hours per […]

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Kaylee Walstad and Mary Mack of EDRM took Doug Austin of eDiscovery Today on a tour of our virtual campus. The EDRM will debut the campus at E-Discovery Day 2020. We toured the entrance, the dressing room where avatar choices and a wardrobe are available. After Doug chose his cowboy hat, we were off to […]

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Deciphering legal AI and debunking myths Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to fundamentally change the practice of law, from automating repetitive tasks, to dramatically accelerating time to insight, to amplifying the decisions of legal practitioners across vast data sets. Despite the potential benefits and the seeming endless hype surrounding legal AI, adoption of this […]

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“We have the tendency to make assumptions about everything. The problem with making assumptions is that we believe they are the truth . We could swear they are real.”                                                 — The Four Agreements, don Miguel Ruíz In The Four Agreements, don Miguel Ruíz, believing that all suffering arises from self-inflicted wounds, counsels readers to engender the conditions for a […]

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“One can’t understand everything at once, we can’t begin with perfection all at once…And if we understand things too quickly, perhaps we shan’t understand them thoroughly.”                                                                         — The Idiot, Fyodor Dostoevsky Aiming to portray “a truly beautiful soul,” Dostoevsky wrote Prince Myshkin as a probing character, one whose feeble appearance creates the impression that he is […]

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