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Most Memorable Moments in Lit Support

Officially, I have been doing this line of work since 1996 and over the past 20 years I have been involved in hundreds of trials.  This experience has given me some memorable moments that I will not forget.   694 more words

Litigation Technology

What is Litigation Support?

When I was working in Tampa one of the younger attorneys came up to me and asked: “What is it that you do here?”

There is a danger in trying to explain to someone what I do of the listener’s eye glazing over and zoning out if the explanation gets too technical. 707 more words

Litigation Technology

Interview: Judge Peck on the potential increase in the take-up of technology-assisted review

ILTA at the beginning of September gave me a good opportunity to interview US Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck about the growing use of technology-assisted review in litigation. 333 more words


Is this the future of biglaw?

Consider the following hypothetical scenario. Litigation is initiated between two large companies. Inside and outside counsel for each, respectively, discuss which documents to review. Using cloud software, the litigants then make accessible their documents to outside counsel via the web, free of junk and unrelated documents. 264 more words


Open and Analyze a Production Metadata File (dat file) in Excel

Does this scenario sound familiar?  Your adversary drops a production on you in the form of a large zip file, and you need to know what’s in that production NOW.  728 more words


eDisclosure expert Andrew Haslam joins Squire Patton Boggs in the UK

Squire Patton Boggs is a US-led firm with a worldwide presence, with offices in Europe, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East and beyond.

Its global legal practice is well supported by appropriate technology including knowledge management and project management tools. 365 more words


Digital Evidence in Distracted Driving Cases: Text Messages & Beyond

September 12, 2016

Digital Evidence in Distracted Driving Cases: Text Messages & Beyond

Texting-while-driving (TWD) is a problem, but it’s more than just texting – the problem encompasses distractions of all sorts related to mobile devices and more.  1,380 more words

Mobile Forensics