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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


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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4 Types of Consultancy You Would Want for Claims & Cost Management

Claims and Cost Management is quite a complex domain in construction industry that literally gives the severest of headaches to project owners and investors. Claims Management and… 467 more words

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Sort Email Metadata Without Losing the Attachments

This routine is a big favorite in my New York Excel CLE course Tools of the Trade: Excel Skills Every Litigator Should Know. Click… 697 more words


Why I go to LegalTech

This is personal – it is about what I go to LegalTech for. As I make clear below, if you are a potential buyer of software, then LegalTech is the perfect place to see demos of everything relevant under one roof, and I positively recommend doing so. 2,138 more words


New version of TeCSA eDisclosure Protocol and the revival of LiST

It is a year since TeCSA – the Technology and Construction Solicitors Association – launched its eDisclosure Protocol and Guidelines. I was involved at the beginning, as moderator of a well-attended pre-launch training day, and am a member of the eDisclosure Working Party. 337 more words


Around Litigation Support in 80 Days

Over the past few weeks, I have been reading some of the classics. The War of the Worlds, The Invisible Man, The Time Machine…yes, there is an H. 705 more words