EDD Update is a collaborative blog authored by more than 20 attorneys, consultants and editors, many of whom are also on the editorial boards of Law Technology News and Law.com's Legal Technology section. The blog covers all things e-discovery, from news of legal developments and product releases to industry analysis and events. Co-managed by editors Monica Bay and Sean Doherty, regular authors include practitioners Robert Ambrogi, George Rudoy (Shearman & Sterling), Matt Kesner (Fenwick & West) and consultants Craig Ball, Michael Arkfeld, Tom Gelbman, Tom O'Connor and George Socha. Submit news items to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
J. Craig Williams writes daily observations on law and legal news for May It Please the Court. Before becoming a partner with Sedgwick, Detert, Moran & Arnold, and prior to his career as a business litigator, Williams was a broadcaster and a journalist. He obtained his law degree, with distinction, from the University of Iowa College of Law.
Eric Turkewitz litigates and tries medical malpractice and personal injury cases in New York that have resulted in many million dollars awards. He has also argued appeals in New York's Appellate Division First Department and Second Department, as well as the 2nd U.S. Circuit of Appeals. He is the founder of The Turkewitz Law Firm, located in Manhattan, and author of the New York Personal Injury Law Blog, He also once took a year off to travel around the world, has been known to run the occasional marathon, and is the founder and race director of the Paine to Pain 1/2 Marathon Trail Race, which are all fun little trivia facts that have nothing to do with law but which makes his bio more interesting to read. He also has a wife, dog, cat and 2.4 kids.
Monica Bay is editor-in-chief of Law Technology News. She writes a LTN Daily Alert commentary, hosts a monthly podcast (Law Technology Now), and actively uses social media (@commonscold and @lawtechnews). A member of the California bar, Ms. Bay spent 13 years in ALM's San Francisco office, where she was a senior editor at The Recorder and Counsel Connect (Law.com's predecessor). She helped the "Late Show with David Letterman" set up its first website on America Online before moving to New York City in 1998 to oversee LTN. She writes about legal technology, "green law," law firm management and culture, diversity and has been known to pay a little bit of attention on her blog to the New York Yankees.