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I’m pleased to announce that I will be teaching eDiscovery at Portland Community College this Spring!  Please feel free to contact me if you wish to be a guest speaker or want to enroll in the course.

Get Excel to Automatically Launch Documents from an Exhibit List, Privilege Log, or Hot Documents List

Today I’ll explain how to create a schedule of documents or other files in Excel that includes a hyperlink for each document.  Anyone reviewing this list will be able to open any document described on it by just clicking the link.  681 more words


Highlights from the East Coast eDiscovery & IG Retreat 2015

This was the second year that Ing3nious has held a retreat on the east coast, with other events organized by Chris LaCour held in California going back five years.  1,464 more words


Forensic Collection of Electronically Stored Information

Forensic Collection of Electronically Stored Information

By James Cortopassi

Posted November 9, 2015

In eDiscovery



A forensic collection is the acquisition and preservation of digital data. 858 more words

My longest entry

I am beginning to like writing my thoughts down on paper; it is somewhat cathartic. I have yet to make the leap into a full time journal writer, but I am enjoying practicing my cursive more and more. 94 more words


Find Inconsistent Document Tags with Excel

Scenario:  You’re doing QC on a batch of reviewed documents that needs to be released for production.  One thing you need to check for is whether family members… 1,181 more words


Information Governance vs. eDiscovery

I have a new post up on Greg Buckles’ eDJ Blog on the intersection of information governance and eDiscovery.

Thanks, Greg, for the forum!