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eDiscovery conference in Dublin on 2 December

On 2 December I will be taking part in eDiscovery 2016, the largest annual gathering in Ireland of those whose work involves some aspect of eDiscovery. 363 more words


PAKISTAN: Court rules ' Schizophrenia ' IS NOT A ' Mental Disorder ' and plans to EXECUTE a man Convicted of Murder next week - @AceNewsServices

#AceNewsReport – Oct.22: Pakistan to execute mentally ill convict after court rules schizophrenia ‘not a mental disorder’
A mentally ill man convicted of murder will be executed as early as next week after the highest court in Pakistan ruled that it does not classify schizophrenia as a mental disorder….. 116 more words


61chrissterry reblogged this on 61chrissterry and commented:

Justice in Pakistan still as a long way to go in understanding medical conditions and their relaionship to life. However, Pakistan could argue that the West is to lenient on Law and Order. The clashes of different cultures and their outlook in life can bring many different aspects, which are not fully understood within the various cultures. For who is right and who is wrong, or is there right or wrong, perhaps it is that there will always be differences which have to be understood by all cultures so that respective existence can be achieved.

Pittsburgh attorney can proceed with lawsuit over fed monitoring of emails, court rules

A Pittsburgh attorney can take another step forward on his lawsuit claiming that the U.S. government is illegally monitoring his and other people’s phone communications … 13 more words

Court rules that black men may have legitimate reason to run from police

This week alone at least three new names were added to the already too long list of black boys and men killed by law enforcement. … 141 more words


Karyn Harty of McCann FitzGerald: eDiscovery in Ireland and the Irish Bank Resolution case

Karyn Harty is the Partner at McCann FitzGerald in Dublin who won the predictive coding argument in Irish Bank Resolution v Quinn. I interviewed her recently about that case and about the wider subject of eDiscovery in Ireland. 308 more words


Relativity webinar on 20 June: Mid-year briefing: 2016 data discovery case law

kCura is presenting a webinar on 20 June at 1:00pm ET whose purpose is to review data discovery case law at the half year point. 73 more words


Discussing online courts as we fight about the cost of paper bundles. An institutional shambles

Two recent documents will be of interest to those who are concerned (in the widest sense of the word) with the development of online courts in England and Wales. 1,275 more words