Category Archives: document review

 Profits Over People.

This is our name for a classic case theme; for a compelling story that provides motive, shows intent. It’s human nature to want to know why something happens, why a company took, or didn’t take a particular action. The jury, … Continue reading

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Technology and eDiscovery: State of the Union.

I rounded out 2014 by looking back over the last 15 plus years in eDiscovery, focusing on the historical context that influenced, and continues to influence, the legal profession’s alliance with the tech industry.  I want to ring in 2015 … Continue reading

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