With Legaltech® New York getting underway, Manhattan is home to more than the usual number of legal professionals this week. While IT has been important to the legal profession for…
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Meribeth Banaschik, author of “Hitting the Bullseye with Precision, Recall and Proportionality: A Lawyer’s Perspective,” brought great insight to the Chronicle’s editorial team from the recent Managing Risk and Mitigating…
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The 2015 civil rules amendments are a major stride toward a better federal court system. But they will achieve the goal of Rule 1—“the just, speedy, and inexpensive determination of…
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With two weeks remaining until EU data protection authorities (DPAs) begin enforcing the Court of Justice of the European Union’s decision striking down the Safe Harbor adequacy decision, many organizations…
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eDiscovery has taken the legal arena by storm, upending the discovery process for many seasoned attorneys. Those striving to keep up with the times are taking the initiative to explore…
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A few weeks ago we featured an article defining the key terms used by those in the predictive coding field and explaining them from a technical perspective. It turns out…
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As the new year begins, it’s time for eDiscovery counsel to take stock and make resolutions for the coming year. A recent article from Jared Coseglia, the founder and president…
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Recently, I wrote in The Chronicle about how to gauge the size of an eDiscovery project. The ability to estimate costs, create a realistic budget and know when to alert…
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As we usher in the new year, the editorial staff at The Chronicle of eDiscovery for Financial Services would like to wish all of our readers a safe and Happy…
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Recently, we shared with you the first set of terms that are commonly used in predictive coding not only to help you navigate the field, but to provide you with…
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