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Proportionality and Emerging Technologies

In the wee hours last evening, I received a question posed by Angela Bunting with Nuix down in Sydney, Australia.  Angela has such deep knowledge of e-discovery above and below the Equator that I was flattered to be queried by someone I’d go to for guidance.   981 more words


The Upside of Error in E-Discovery

This is a peculiar post in that it’s not an essay with a takeaway so much as a cerebral beach ball tossed to the crowd in hope that readers might enjoy batting it around (in comments below or over cocktails at the next e-discovery confab).   1,250 more words


IoT security – the next big cybersecurity issue has arrived

“According to market watcher Gartner, there will be nearly 26 billion devices on the Internet of Things by 2020. It is also predicted that over 25 percent of identified attacks in enterprises will involve IoT. 70 more words

What is Computer Forensics?


The field of computer forensics is still in its developing stage. The need for computer forensics has increased in recent times due to the increase in cyber crime. 26 more words

Six Powerful Points for Better Presentations

In my law practice, I use PowerPoint more frequently than Word.  Word processing tools are for preparing documents for people to read and understand; I use presentation tools like PowerPoint when I want people to… 1,474 more words



I’ve just returned from a quick trip to San Juan, Puerto Rico. I travelled there to deliver a three-hour presentation on e-discovery as part of a day of education commemorating the 50th anniversary of Article III federal courts on the island. 722 more words