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Revival of LiST - the Litigation Support Technology Group

LiST – The Litigation Support Technology Group – is a London-based think tank with international reach. It was originally formed in 2003 by a group of litigation support specialists with the aim of encouraging and developing a uniformity of approach to the use of technology in litigation and in other forms of dispute resolution. 440 more words

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APT Search expands to meet information governance demand

APT Search is a specialist recruiter whose focus is on eDiscovery / eDisclosure. Its founder is Amit Pandit and, so far as I can see, nearly everybody in the UK eDisclosure business values Amit’s advice whether they are an employer or a would-be recruit. 166 more words

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Reviewing Native Excel Files, Part 1: Detecting Inconsistent Formulas

This is the first in a series of posts about reviewing native Excel files produced by parties in litigation.  We’ve finally reached a tipping point in litigation where the production of native Excel files (rather than inscrutable thousand-page printouts) is the rule rather than the exception.  459 more words

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APT Search is looking for an eDiscovery Product Specialist for London

APT Search, which specialises in recruitment for eDiscovery / eDisclosure, is looking on behalf of a client for a product specialist to work as part of “client support services”. 38 more words

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Print a Rough Deposition Transcript in Half the Pages

The court reporter just emailed you the rough transcript of today’s deposition, and you’ve absolutely, positively, got to read it on the train tonight.  The idea of reading it off a tablet makes your head hurt, but printing out that .txt file is a terrible waste of paper, and no fun to look at either: 669 more words

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Consolidation on a single blog

My recent post, Taking a breather from eDiscovery events, did not intend to give the impression, as it did to at least one person, that I am knocking off for a bit. 547 more words

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ZyLAB webinar on 2 April – Bridging the gap between Legal and IT to increase efficiency and reduce risk

ZyLAB is sponsoring a webinar on 2 April with the title Bridging the gap between legal and IT to increase efficiency and reduce risk. I am one of the participants; the other is… 187 more words

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