Medina Capital and PureDiscovery announced today a $10-million dollar investment and collaboration to make PureDiscovery's search software into a cloud-based, enterprise-level service.
IT-Lex Innovate Conference kicks off with debate over who pays for e-Discovery. Anthony Mendenhall wins an essay contest but doesn't win over Judge John Facciola.
Jason R. Baron, Maura Grossman and Ralph Losey agree that TAR will go mainstream, but who will provide services is another question.
A panel of corporate litigation experts examines key nuances of trial practice in the era of e-discovery.
A panel of corporate legal experts advises how to address cross-border data protection challenges.
The promiscuous use of email creates cross-border nightmares ? how corporate counsel can protect attorney-client privilege.
Judges Michael Baylson, Elizabeth Laporte, and Gisela Cardonne Ely offer advice to lawyers on e-discovery tactics and protocols.
Technology assisted review isn't perfect, but it's here to stay, said panelists at a Catalyst-sponsored program Thursday. The speakers focused on demystifying TAR and championing its cost savings.
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