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Letting the punishment fit the crime as Mitchell gives way to Denton

What was over in moments, added a word to the law’s dictionary, led to countless spin-off cases and applications, cost millions in legal fees, ended reputations and, having left its mark, disappeared from the scene? 2,203 more words


CEMS Case Exhibit Management System v2.0 Released

Case Exhibit Management System 2.0 released now includes a new client management feature http://www.filesig.co.uk


Small case edisclosure costs

What is the true cost of ediscovery?
Are you just about to throw in the towel and settle an otherwise winnable case just because the price you have from an ediscovery “solutions” supplier for collecting, processing, reviewing & processing those documents is more than the amount of the dispute? 114 more words


Take your legal work in, put your legal work out. In, out, in, out, shake it all about

The Hokey Cokey, whose words I bastardise for my title, proves to have national variants, rival sources and alternative meanings, not all of them positive.   1,866 more words


Looking beyond the Gartner Magic Quadrant for eDiscovery Software

Gartner’s annual Magic Quadrant for eDiscovery software was published last week. I am not sure that I am authorised to publish it, but you can find several copies of last year’s version on the web. 992 more words


Information Governance – what it is and why we need it

ZyLAB and the Information Governance Initiative join forces to spread some light about Information Governance in an on-demand webinar.

The Information Governance Initiative is a cross-disciplinary think-tank and consortium dedicated to advancing information governance practices and technologies. 1,061 more words


The hunter-gatherer phase of eDiscovery

I don’t flatter myself that anyone but my wife and the dog notices if I am away a lot, but you might perhaps have observed that there have been relatively few posts here in the last couple of months. 750 more words