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Law Firm Outsourcing of eDiscovery

Listen to Karl Schieneman, Founder and President of Review Less, a predictive coding consultancy and document review company talk with Dave Kearney from Cohen and Grigsby and Nick Reizen from Xact Data Discovery about how law firms view outsourcing eDiscovery tasks like collection, processing, hosting and reviewing data to technology oriented vendors. 98 more words


Parlay Your Paralegal Expertise into a New Career

Have you ever felt the urge to leave your paralegal position and try something new and different? It may seem unsettling to leave a job that is so perfectly matched to your legal skills. 585 more words


A tribute to former Senior Master Steven Whitaker

While I was away, Steven Whitaker resigned as Senior Master of the Senior Courts in the Queen’s Bench Division. Steven Whitaker’s skill lay in making procedure the servant of justice; the prevailing orthodoxy is that procedure is an end in itself, with individual justice in individual cases subordinated to efficiency at all costs. 1,525 more words

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Three is a crowd: working e-discovery projects with in-house and outside counsel in the triangle

There is an old expression: `two is company, three is a crowd’.  As an e-discovery service provider whose client is a corporation over the long-term, you are necessarily in a crowd of three for much of the time. 1,548 more words

Why an education in chain of title is important ...

Most of the readers of Clouded Titles want to know why I don’t hold webinars to educate people about real estate and chain of title.  My simple answer here is that without two-way interaction, I can’t tell if you’re getting your money’s worth! 1,068 more words

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